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SEMO Bachelor’s Degree Completion Program

The Department of Industrial and Engineering Technology at Southeast Missouri State University, in cooperation with St. Louis Community College, is providing the opportunity for students in the St. Louis region to complete the requirements for a bachelor of science degree in Technology Management: Technology Management online. This degree-completion program requires that students seeking admission must first satisfactorily complete an associate of applied science degree from an accredited institution in an industrial or engineering technology related field with a minimum 2.0 grade point average (4.0 scale). The associate of applied science degree can be from St. Louis Community College or another accredited two-year institution. Upon being admitted to the bachelor of science degree program, students will be governed by the academic policies and degree requirements in place at Southeast Missouri State University.

The bachelor of science degree is designed to assist individuals who have completed a quality technical program and, because of changing career goals or promotion opportunities in the work place, desire to complete a bachelor of science degree that will prepare them for industrial supervision, technology management or management positions. The requirements can be completed entirely from the St. Louis region.

Generally, students will complete a minimum of 120 hours of coursework with a minimum of 39 hours of upper level coursework (3xx-599 level courses), including 21 hours of upper-level technical electives delivered online by Southeast Missouri State University.

For more information on the online degree completion program, please visit - http://www.semo.edu/iet/academics/online-bs-technology-management.htm