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Project Management - Acquisitions (BAS)


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Admission Program of Study Code BSAQ
State CIP Code 1105202021

See the BAS Project Management Program Flowchart  

Lower Division Requirements


Unless otherwise specified, select courses from each category; see the AA Degree General Education Requirements  section of catalog for course listings:

General Education Course Requirements


  •   3 Credit Hours ♦ ▲ ¶
  •   3 Credit Hours ¶
  • ____ ____ - Core Humanities 3 Credit Hours
  • ____ ____ - General or Core Humanities 3 Credit Hours
  •   or other Core Mathematics 3 Credit Hours ♦  
  •   or other General or Core Mathematics 3 Credit Hours ♦ 
  • ____ ____ - General Education Biological Sciences 4 Credit Hours*
  • ____ ____ - General Education Physical Sciences Credit Hours*
  • ____ ____ - History/Government Social Sciences 3 Credit Hours**
  • ____ ____ - Behavioral Social Sciences 3 Credit Hours**
  • ____ ____ - Additional General Education Credits 4 Credit Hours
     

* One or both of the Biological or Physical Sciences must come from a core group.  See AA Degree General Education Requirements  for details.

** One or both of the Social Sciences must come from a core group.  See AA Degree General Education Requirements  for details.

Total General Education Credits: 36


Lower Division Electives: 24


Total Lower Division (Associate Degree) Requirements: 60


Foreign Language


A minimum of 6 credit hours must be earned in one foreign language at the college level, or successful completion of two sequential credits in high school foreign language, or an appropriate score on an approved CLEP examination.

  • ___-____ - Foreign Language
  • ___-____ - Foreign Language

Upper Division Requirements*


Total Core Requirements: 30


Required courses for the Emphasis in Acquisitions


Total Emphasis Requirements: 12


Technical Electives*


Students will work with an advisor to develop a program of study that includes upper division technical electives from the approved list below:

Technical Electives Course Requirements: 18


Total Upper Division Credits Required*: 60


 *Depending on the student’s associate’s degree, with department approval, some lower division credits may be substituted for upper division credits in the technical electives area.

Total Program Credits Required: 120


Suggested Two Year Academic Plan


This program admits students in the fall/spring/summer semester(s). Below is a sample academic plan for these students admitted in the identified semester.

Project Management - Acquisitions (BAS) (BSAQ)
First  Year
Fall Semester
GEB 3031 - Contemporary Business Practices 3 Credit Hours  
GEB 3213 - Business and Administrative Communication 3 Credit Hours       
BUL 3320 - Law and Business 3 Credit Hours  
MAN 3052 - Management Philosophy and Practice 3 Credit Hours  
Technical Elective 3 Credit Hours
Total Semester Hours:  15
Spring Semester
ACG 3083 - Accounting: Concepts and Practice 3 Credit Hours  
MAN 3574 - Acquisition Management 3 Credit Hours  
MAN 3583 - Project Management 3 Credit Hours  
BUL 4333 - Contract Formation and Administration 3 Credit Hours  
Technical Elective 3 Credit Hours
Total Semester Hours:  15
Second Year
Fall Semester
GEB 3434 - Ethics for Business Leaders 3 Credit Hours  
GEB 3444 - Business Trends and Issues 3 Credit Hours  
QMB 3250 - Quantitative Methods for Business Decisions 3 Credit Hours  
Technical Elective 3 Credit Hours
Technical Elective 3 Credit Hours
Total Semester Hours:  15
Spring Semester
BUL 4931 - Acquisition Law Seminar 3 Credit Hours  
FIN 4402 - Financial and Economic Management 3 Credit Hours  
MAN 4930 - Capstone: Acquisition Management 3 Credit Hours  
Technical Elective 3 Credit Hours
Technical Elective 3 Credit Hours
Total Semester Hours:  15
Total Upper Division Program Hours:  60

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