Mission and Purpose
The School of Applied Science and Technology provide learners with innovative degree programs that facilitate learning, engagement and discovery in the applied sciences and technology fields. The School’s curriculum meets the educational and career needs of learners in work environments where opportunity is facilitated by technical currency, practical knowledge and applied skills.
The School’s curriculum provides opportunities to achieve personal and career goals through programs in two associate, two bachelor’s degree and one master’s degree in 75 areas of study, allowing the flexibility to integrate skills and knowledge acquired outside academia by granting academic credit for professional licenses/certifications, apprenticeships, professional training and military training.
Students may also advance toward their academic goals by transferring credit from other regionally accredited institutions or by earning credit through alterative methods, such as examination programs, such as CLEP and DANTES, and the College’s Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) program and academic program reviews.