Midland College offers a Bachelor of Applied Technology degree in Organizational Management (BAT-OM). The program is designed for students who have completed their Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in areas related to business, health care, information technology, public service, and many technical areas.
The BAT-OM degree represents successful completion of a minimum of 120 semester credit hours (s.c.h.), consisting of 30 s.c.h. of technical specialty credit awarded for completion of an approved AAS degree or equivalent, 42 s.c.h. of Core Curriculum and 48 s.c.h. of upper division courses, including 39 s.c.h. of required courses covering common aspects of applied management and 9 s.c.h. of specialty electives.
Requirements for admission to the Organizational Management Program:
- general admission to Midland College;
- compliance with Texas Success Initiative requirements (TSI); and
- an approved (AAS) degree from a Texas college or equivalent.
Students who have been admitted to the program and are within 15 s.c.h. of completing their AAS degrees may enroll in upper-division courses upon satisfactory completion of:
- ENGL 1301 and ENGL 1302
- Speech course selected from the Core Curriculum Course List and
- MATH 0372 or an equivalent score on a math placement examination.
Students may not enroll in more than six (6) s.c.h. of upper-division courses before completing an AAS degree or equivalent. Successful completion of upper-division courses requires a grade of “C” or better.
TMGT 4320 , TMGT 4385 and TMGT 4396 must be taken as senior classes.
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Doug Johnson, Department Chair
Accounting, Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Economics,
Organizational Management, and Paralegal
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