Feb 25, 2020  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Bulletin

Management Technology (A.A.S.)


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Bulletin/Catalog Year 2019-2020

College of Behavioral and Health Sciences

Department of Leadership and Organizational Administration

Robert Halliman, Associate Professor
Email: hallimanr@apsu.edu
Location:  Fort Campbell Education Center
Phone: 931-221-1425

Description of Major
The Management Technology Program at Austin Peay State University has a two-fold purpose.  It provides a pre-employment program for people seeking a career in management.  It is also designed to upgrade the skills of employed management personnel.  In addition to the management technology concentration, a student may pursue a specialization in industrial management or general business.

The management technology curriculum combines general education with courses designed to provide a solid, basic understanding of management, marketing, personnel, operations, safety and accounting.

Industrial management is for those students with career interests in manufacturing.  It includes courses such as production management, industrial safety, and statistical process control.

APSU Restaurant Management students examine and apply strategies for success in culinary organizations.  In addition, students can participate in a variety of regional and national culinary competitions. Students develop critical thinking skills through general education coursework, develop culinary skills in hands-on environment, and study the management of teams.

General Education Core for A.A.S.


Total Hours 16-17


Total Hours 27


Total Hours 6

Free Electives


  • Electives 11
Total Hours 11

Total Program Hours 60-62


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