Engineering Technology (BAS) - Information and Computer Technology - Nevada State College

Engineering Technology (BAS) – Information and Computer Technology

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Degree Requirements

Degree Outcomes

  • Demonstrate advanced technical proficiency in computer networking, electronics, or telecommunications technology;
  • Integrate leadership, human resource management, quality assurance, productivity analysis, and customer service management skills into the workplace;
  • Model work-based experience gained from accredited programs and coursework monitored by business and industry subject matter experts in regularly held advisory committees;
  • Evaluate principles of management and organizational behavior in the workplace;
  • Explain why employability skills such as communications, teamwork, critical thinking, problem solving, and other
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Finish your path to a four-year degree

The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degree in Engineering Technology - Information and Computer Technology provides a baccalaureate pathway for students who have earned an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in Computer Information Technology from the College of Southern Nevada (CSN).
After completing your 2-year AAS degree at CSN, you will take one additional year of advanced technical 300- and 400-level courses at CSN using their state-of-the-art, multimillion-dollar computer networking, electronics, and telecommunications facilities. You can then complete your final year at NSC, taking courses in management, communication, and other upper-division general education courses.

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ENGAGING CLASSES

After you complete your AAS and additional courses at the College of Southern Nevada, you'll take a range of courses at NSC designed to improve your communication, management, and problem-solving skills. Some courses you will take at NSC include:

  • ACC 201 Financial Accounting
  • ENG 407A Fundamentals of Business Writing
  • MGT 301 Principles of Management and Organizational Behavior
  • MGT 494 Seminar in Management
  • PHIL 311 Professional Ethics

 

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