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  Sep 19, 2017
2015-2016 Midland College Catalog (Official, Published May 1, 2015) [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Organizational Management (Bachelor of Applied Technology)

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Mary Braselton, Dean 176 MHAB 685-6830
Angelina Dolaptchieva, Division Secretary 176 MHAB 685-6830
Doug Johnson, Program Chair Business Studies 116 TC 685-6830
  Amme Cole 101 TC 685-5563
  Ryan Peckham 153 TC 686-4611


The Bachelor of Applied Technology in Organizational Management (BAT-OM) program is designed to broaden career opportunities for students and better their chances for promotion to supervisory positions in the workplace. The program provides a career ladder for students who have completed their Associate of Applied Science (AAS) coursework requirements in areas related to Business, Health Care, Information Systems, Public Service, and most technical trades. 

Program objectives include developing leaders who can identify opportunities, demonstrate the ability to embrace change, take the initiative to apply new technologies, and have the courage to empower others in an organization to achieve greater positive results. The Organizational Management program also prepares students for positions as project managers, entrepreneurs, customer service managers, and other roles requiring an understanding of management operations in complex and challenging global economies. 

The BAT-OM degree represents successful completion of a minimum of 120 semester credit hours (sch), consisting of 30 sch of technical specialty credit awarded for completion of an approved AAS degree or equivalent, 42 sch of Core Curriculum and 48 sch of upper division courses, including 39 sch of required courses covering common aspects of applied management and 9 sch of specialty electives.

Requirements for admission to the Organizational Management Program:

  1. general admission to Midland College;
  2. compliance with Texas Success Initiative requirements (TSI); and
  3. an approved (AAS) degree from a Texas college or equivalent.

Students who have been admitted to the program and are within 15 sch of completing their AAS degrees may enroll in upper-division courses upon satisfactory completion of:

  1. ENGL 1301  and ENGL 1302  
  2. Speech course selected from the Core Curriculum Course List  and
  3. MATH 0372  or an equivalent score on a math placement examination.

Students may not enroll in more than six (6) sch of upper-division courses before completing an AAS degree or equivalent. Successful completion of upper-division courses requires a grade of "C" or better.

The course sequences shown in the program of study below should be followed when possible. TMGT 4320 , TMGT 4385  and TMGT 4396  must be taken as senior classes.


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