Industrial Management Technology Associate in Science Degree (225)

This program is tailored for the technical college PSAV program completer to offer a sequence of courses that provides coherent and rigorous content aligned with challenging academic standards including: communication skills, leadership skills, human relations and employability skills, principles of management, personnel management, and general business procedures.

Program Requirements

Articulated Credit

900-1450 clock hour programs: 24 credits
1500 or more clock hour programs: 27 credits
Total Credit Hours:24-27

General Education Courses

ENC 1101College Composition I

3 Credits

SPC 2608Public Speaking

3 Credits

ECO 2013Principles of Economics I, Macroeconomics

3 Credits

See Choices Select from Area II: Humanities

3 Credits

See Choices Select from Area IV: Mathematics

3 Credits

Total Credit Hours:15

Introductory Courses

GEB 1011Introduction to Business

3 Credits

ACG 2021Financial Accounting

3 Credits

OST 2336Business Communications

3 Credits

MNA 1100Human Relations in Business & Industry

3 Credits

MAN 2021Principles of Management

3 Credits

Total Credit Hours:15

Program Electives

Choose one or two courses (3 or 6 credit hours) as needed.

ACG 2071Management Accounting

3 Credits

CGS 1100Business Computer Applications

3 Credits

ECO 2023Principles of Economics II, Microeconomics

3 Credits

ENT 1000Introduction to Entrepreneurship

3 Credits

FIN 2100Personal Finance

3 Credits

GEB 1136Introduction to eBusiness

3 Credits

GEB 1430Business Ethics & Etiquette

3 Credits

MAN 2949Cooperative Education Internship in Business Administration

1-3 Credits

MAR 2011Principles of Marketing

3 Credits

MAT 1033Intermediate Algebra

3 Credits

QMB 1001Business Mathematics

3 Credits

SBM 2000Small Business Management

3 Credits

Total Credit Hours:3-6

Total Credit Hours: 60

Only required courses for an LSSC degree or qualifying certificate program are eligible for federal financial aid.  Verify course choices and avoid charges by making an appointment with an academic advisor.

For information about career options, visit www.lssc.edu/careers.

Students must complete 25% of each program's total credit hours at LSSC.

* Note: Regardless of any degree work completed, in order to be a sworn law enforcement or corrections officer in the state of Florida, students must successfully complete a state mandated training academy program.

Academic Advising
Leesburg Campus 352-365-3574
South Lake Campus 352-243-5722
Sumter Center 352-568-0001
Career Development Services
Careers@lssc.edu 352-323-3603
Program Contact Information
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