The College of Business Bachelor of Arts in Manufacturing Management is the perfect next step for students who graduate from a manufacturing program at community colleges. The Bachelor of Arts in Manufacturing Management is a career-oriented program that prepares students to become industry professionals capable of successfully managing human, mechanical, technological and financial resources in a manufacturing environment. This program is offered in two formats, on campus and online. Check with program advisor for details.
Special Admission Requirements
In addition to the university criteria, applicants must have earned an associate's degree in a manufacturing program. Students without an associate's degree must have completed 60 credit hours from a regionally accredited institution, have earned 26-27 hours in specialized manufacturing-related courses and have met other university admission criteria.
Students must meet all university requirements for a bachelor's degree. Students must meet the collegial degree requirements.
General Education Requirements (37-38 Hours)
See Bachelor's Degree Requirements in the catalog for detailed information about the General Education Requirements for transfer students and students admitted as freshmen.
Communications (9 credit hours)
Two courses in written communication (6)
One course in oral communication (3)
Mathematics (3 credit hours)
MATH - 2100 Elementary Statistics (3)
Physical and Life Sciences (7 - 8 credit hours), including at least one laboratory course
One course from Life Sciences (3-4)
One course from Physical Sciences (3-4)
Humanities (9 credit hours)
At least one course from humanities and at least one course from fine arts