>> Aviation Management Technology
The Aviation Management technology curriculum is designed to prepare individuals for entry-level management and supervisory positions in the field of Aviation Technology
>> Business,Management, Marketing and Technology
The Business, Management, Marketing and Technology major prepares prospective teachers in the area of information processing and management, administrative services,accounting andcomputing, and basic business such as economics, consumer economics, business law, business management, computer literacy and introduction to business.
>> Communication Technology
This curriculum is designed to provide the background necessary for graduates to find employment as managers in communication based industries, including computer networking, graphic communication, multimedia, broadcast media, transmission systems and web/internet technology.
>> Construction Management
The construction management major is designed to prepare men and women for middle- and upper-level management in construction contracting.
>> Hotel and Restaurant Management
Hotel and restaurant management is a comprehensive program that integrates principles of hotel and restaurant management with club and resort management.
>> Industrial Distribution
The Industrial Distribution program is designed to provide graduates with the theoretical as well as practical applications today's industry is seeking.
>> Technology Management
The technology management program is designed for transfer students with an associate of applied science degree.
>> Technology and Design Education
K-12 Teacher Certification The technology and design education major prepares teachers of technology education for grades K-12. All graduates with this major qualify for a MIchigan Department of Education Secondary Provisional Certificate with an endorsement in technology and design.
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