Major in Industrial Management
The mission for the Bachelor of Applied Technology program at
Brazosport College is to educate, train, and develop successful business
leaders and managers who are prepared to utilize technology and leadership
skills to the competitive advantage of their enterprise. This program builds
upon a general education core, technology, and other courses completed in the
freshman and sophomore years. The program is designed to add management skills
to the technical skills of the trained technician so that he or she may move
into supervisory positions. The breadth of the coursework enables students to
lead and manage by utilizing a wide variety of business, finance, technology,
and people management skills.
For more information, contact the Division Chair of
Baccalaureate Programs at 979-230-3615 or the AOS at 979-230-3369.
Admission to the Bachelor of Applied Technology Degree Program
- College level
skills in reading, writing, and mathematics as evidenced by approved
placement testing or previous college-level coursework (TSI complete).
- Attained junior
status, defined as having earned at least 60 college level semester credit
Brazosport College Application for Admission/Readmission, transcripts,
forms, and satisfaction of the general institutional admission
Brazosport College Supplemental Application for Admission to the Bachelor
of Applied Technology program and approval by the Bachelor of Applied
Technology Admissions Committee. Forms can be accessed on the College website under the "Students" tab, select Registrars Office, then go to the Registration Heading, select "Forms" under Admissions and Records. If you use the online Supplemental Application, once completed and signed, you will need to send the Application and attachments to Dr. Dorothy Brandt, Brazosport College, 500 College Drive, Room J.208, Lake Jackson, Texas 77566 or attach the documents to an email and send it to her at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also receive the forms by contacting or going by BAT office.
Note 1: Admission to the Bachelor of Applied Technology program is
competitive, based on such factors as GPA, completion of lower division
coursework, and work history, It should be noted that not all students who meet
the minimum requirements stated above may be admitted into this program.
Applications are to be reviewed by the Bachelor of Applied Technology
Admissions Committee and recommended to the Vice President, Academic and
Student Affairs for admission to the program.
Note 2: As space permits and with the permission of the program
coordinator, qualified students who do not meet the admission requirements
noted above, may take up to six upper division courses. Qualified students are
those who have attained junior status, have completed any necessary course prerequisites,
at the college level in reading, writing, and mathematics (TSI complete), and
have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0. Junior status is achieved by having
earned at least 60 college-level semester credit hours.
Note 3: Students admitted to the program who are at junior standing,
but have more than 18 semester credit hours of lower division coursework (as
noted in the required curriculum for the declared specialty) must enroll in
lower division coursework in their first semester.
Note 4: Students wishing to apply previously earned credit to this
degree must submit requests for substitutions within the first three semesters
of being enrolled in the Bachelor of Applied Technology program.
for the Bachelor of Applied Technology with a Major in Industrial Management
completion of a minimum 120 semester credit hours of transferable
baccalaureate level education credits, of which at least 45 must be
completed at Brazosport College.
- Completion of
the General Education Core Curriculum (42
- Completion of at
least 43 credit hours in 3000 level courses or above, of which at least 30
must be completed at Brazosport College. Note: 52 credit hours in 3000
level courses or above are required for the General Technology Specialty.
- Completion of
all program of study requirements with a minimum 2.0 grade point (based on
a 4.0 scale) on all upper-division courses.