Improving the BAS in Technology

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Improving the BAS in Technology
and Management


Marla
Edge, Director
of Academic Agreements


Marla Miller, Chair, Department of Management


Maureen
Sevigny, BAS Curriculum Coordinator



April 11, 2013

Overview


BAS builds on the
AAS


Student
demographics


Improving the BAS


Math readiness


Curriculum


Opportunity for AAS


in Business?

2

BACKGROUND

3

BAS builds on the technical AAS

4

CTE credits from the AAS degree

General education

Business, management, technology

60 credits

55 credits

65 credits

CIS, networking

41%

Electronics

18%

Office
Administration

6%

Construction

6%

Other

29%

A
AS majors to date

5

“Other” A
AS majors to date:


architecture


criminal justice


drafting


environmental technology


hydroelectricity generation


industrial technology


office administration


respiratory care


water quality technology


welding

6

A
AS students’ ages

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0%
10%
20%
30%
40%
50%
60%
70%
80%
90%
100%
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
under
25
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44
45-49
50-54
55-59
60 and
over
Cumulative percent

Number of students

Age when starting BAS


mean starting age: 43


median starting age: 45

ADDRESSING THE ISSUES

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Issues to address:

Preparing
students for MATH
111

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Issues to address:

Defining essential learning outcomes

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Issues to address:

AAS in business disciplines

11

DISCUSSION

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Contact information

Marla Edge, Director of Academic Agreements



marla.edge@oit.edu




541
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885
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1034


Marla
Miller, Chair, Department of Management


marla.miller@oit.edu



541
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885
-
1478


Maureen Sevigny, BAS Curriculum Coordinator


maureen.sevigny@oit.edu



541
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885
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1345




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