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    Austin Peay State University
   
 
  Oct 16, 2017
 
 
    
2012-2013 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

School of Technology and Public Management (APSU Center @ Fort Campbell)


Location: SSG Glenn H. English, Jr., Army Education Center
Bldg. 202 - Room 138, Fort Campbell, KY
Phone: 931-221-1400
Website: http://www.apsu.edu/apfc

The APSU Center @ Fort Campbell (APC@FC) is home to the School of Technology and Public Management (STPM). The School of Technology and Public Management is composed of three departments: Public Management and Criminal Justice, Engineering Technology, and Professional Studies. In addition to the courses offered through the SPTM, APC@FC also offers courses to fulfill the Common General Education Core requirements of the Tennessee Board of Regents and to meet the requirements of the Associate of Science in Liberal Arts.

Mission Statement

The mission of the APSU Center @ Fort Campbell is to prepare our military and civilian students with a preprofessional focus toward the acquisition and development of the necessary skills, knowledge, and abilities required for entry into and/or advancement in their academic, professional, technical, or management fields of endeavor or career choices. With focused learning, modern equipment, and varied methods of instruction by quality faculty, we assist our students through a process of academic rigor, but also with a customer orientation and personal attention. Our diverse student body is both traditional and non-traditional and, along with our faculty, are committed to workforce development at the local, state, and federal levels.

Calendar

Fort Campbell operates on five eight-week terms: Fall I (August - October), Fall II (October - December), Spring I (January - March), and Spring II (March - May) and Summer III (May - July). The official calendar for Fort Campbell is published in this Bulletin and will be published in the Fort Campbell Schedule of Classes.

Academic Advising

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Grade Reporting

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Textbooks

The APSU Center @ Fort Campbell Bookstore, located in the Army Education Center, stocks textbooks that are required for scheduled courses. Students are strongly encouraged to attend the first class meeting to ensure that the course will be offered and the exact text requirements are understood before making purchases. Checks, money orders, Visa, MasterCard, or cash are acceptable for payment. The APSU Bookstore has several textbook buy backs each year.

Admission Requirements

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Financial Aid

Students planning to attend APSU Center @ Fort Campbell may apply for financial assistance. Students should complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which is available at APSU Center @ Fort Campbell or via the web at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Students should file an application for admission to the University at the same time they apply for financial aid. Students who qualify for financial assistance will be notified by an award letter from the Student Financial Aid Office. The award will be divided into four (4) disbursement periods consistent with the four-term schedule per academic year offered through APSU Center @ Fort Campbell. Please refer to the financial aid section of this Bulletin to view the types of federal aid that are available. Also, please visit www.apsu.edu/financialaid for more information.

Registration Procedures

Registration procedures, dates, and information are announced prior to the beginning of each term. Fees for registration must be paid at the time of registration. Current policy stipulates that, while all classes and programs are open to the public, active duty military personnel will have first priority.

Drop/Add

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Dean’s List

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Academic Status and Retention

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General Requirements for an Associate Degree

The following Associate degree programs are offered through the School of Technology and Public Management at the APSU Center @ Fort Campbell:

  • The Associate of Science in Liberal Arts is designed as a University transfer leading to a bachelor’s degree.
  • The Associate of Applied Science is an occupational degree and does not fulfill Liberal Arts core requirements for a baccalaureate degree.

The general requirements for the associate’s degree are as follows:

  1. Earn the required number of credits as indicated in the program of study;
  2. Earn no more than half of the required credits by non-traditional means;
  3. Have a minimum cumulative grade point average of at least a “C” (2.00) average;
  4. Have a minimum grade point average of at least a “C” (2.00) in the required specialization for the Associate of Applied Science degree;
  5. Complete the Application for Graduation by the deadline, as published in the Fort Campbell SCHEDULE OF CLASSES; and
  6. Have fifteen (15) APSU semester credit hours.
  7. Complete the First Year Experience Course (APSU 1000 ) during the first semester of enrollment if entering APSU with fewer than 12 credits earned in a regionally accredited college or university setting.

Degrees and Academic Programs

APSU Center @ Fort Campbell is presently scheduled to offer courses leading to the following degrees:

Department of Engineering Technology

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Programs

Bachelor of Science

Associate of Applied Science

Non-Degree (Minors, PreProfessional, PELP)

Department of Professional Studies

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Programs

Bachelor of Professional Studies

Associate of Science

Non-Degree (Minors, PreProfessional, PELP)

Department of Public Management and Criminal Justice

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Programs

Bachelor of Science

Associate of Applied Science

Non-Degree (Minors, PreProfessional, PELP)