The Bachelor of Science in Technology Management (BSTM) is a programme of study designed to provide students with prior foundation skills and knowledge in various technical areas (e.g., computer science, various disciples of engineering,etc.) to acquire the necessary business skills and academic knowledge for entry-level management positions in a technical environment. The technology management concentration is intended for students with a diploma or associate degree in technology, since concentration required courses and electives are normally credits from a student's field of technology training earned prior to admittance into the degree programme.
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*Blended - a style of education in which students learn via electronic and online media as well as traditional face-to-face teaching.
- Internal Applicants - For a student to matriculate into the BSTM programme the student must holds a Vector-Tech Associate Degree in Computer Systems Technology (ACST), which comprises of 64 credits or the current 66 credits. For students with ACST of 64 credits may enter the third year, but will have to make up the additional credits to satisfy the total credits required for the BSTM programme at the end of four years.
- External Applicants - Applicants with credentials that equates or exceeds VTI’s ACST programme may also be granted acceptance into the BSTM programme through determination of an assessment of qualification/s and an interview.
Acceptance into the programme is subject to the conditions governing matriculation requirements of the College Policy.
To satisfy the requirements of the Bachelor of Science in Technology Management, all students admitted to the programme should complete a minimum of 2286 hours with a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or higher. The programme of study consists of core modules, electives internship and a capstone project.
|DT131||IT Essentials Part 1||4|
|DT133||IT Essentials Part 2||3|
|DT134||IT Applications & Troubleshooting||2|
|DT135||IT Networking Technologies||4|
|DA110||Computer Applications PT. 1||3|
|MA100||College Maths (General Education)||3|
|S101||Research Techniques & Study Skills||1|
|BU120||Information Technology in Business||3|
|EN101||English Composition (General Education)||3|
|DT207||Trends in Technology Development||3|
|WIN201||Windows 200X Technologies||4|
|PR205||Structured programming (with Data Structures)||4|
|BU202||Project Management 1||3|
|ELECT1||General Education (Cultural Diversity, Psychology, Critical Thinking)||3|
|DA220||Computer Applications PT. 2||3|
|BU201||Ethics & Values in Business (General Education)||3|
|MA200||Applied Statistics (General Education)||3|
|BU220 / BU250||Internship / ICT Application Project||4|
|BU101||Business Principles & Management||3|
|EN100||Speech (General Ed.)||3|
|MA202||Calculus (General Ed.)||3|
|BU302||Project Management II||3|
|PS101||Psychology (General Ed.)||3|
|PR106||Internet Application & HTML Programming||3|
|HU303||Critical Thinking (General Ed.)||3|
|BU306||Marketing & Sales||3|
|BU406||Human Resource Management||3|
|BU402||BSTM Capstone Project||4|
|HU310||Cultural Diversity (General Ed.)||3|
|PD101||Career Development Seminar||0|
|BU401||Team Development & Group Management||3|
Students who complete this programme may consider career opportunities as but not limited to:
- Technology Officers
- Technology Consultants
- Business Systems Analysts
- Project Managers
- Management Information Systems Manager
- Technical Support Manager
This programme furnishes students with skills that allow them to further earn these international certifications:
- CompTIA A+
- CompTIA NETWORK+
- CompTIA LINUX+
- CompTIA PROJECT+
- ETA Customer Service Specialist (CSS)
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