Antioch University Midwest Announces New Applied Technology and Business Leadership Program

Yellow Springs, OH – Antioch University Midwest (AUM) announces a Bachelor of Science in Applied Technology and Business Leadership program (ATBL) as the latest offering in their renowned Bachelor Degree Completion program. The new program, currently enrolling for Fall 2016 classes, is designed to help build specialized professional skills for students looking to advance their career in technical fields such as computer science, construction, and medical technology.

Through specialized course work, students will apply their own professional focus as they develop expertise with practical business tools and study leadership perspectives that can be incorporated into their current careers.

This degree is designed to give individuals the leadership skills they need to move up in their industries, become a supervisor, or launch their own enterprise. The Bachelor of Science in Applied Technology and Business Leadership program gives students who have earned an Associate’s degree in a technical area an opportunity to develop business and leadership skills that will help them advance in their particular professional field. Students in this program have the opportunity to transfer their entire Associate’s degree into the Bachelor of Science program. This can be very appealing for students who completed an Associate of Science or Associate of Applied Science degree and want to complete their Bachelor’s degree path in an expedited manner. Applied Associate’s degrees eligible for transfer into this program may include: medical technology, computer science, web development, automotive, construction, paralegal, business management and social work, to name a few.

“The Applied Technology and Business Leadership program is created for Associate Arts or Science graduates in any technical or career-related field who seek to transfer and apply their technical credits toward a bachelor’s degree,” said Dr. Marian Glancy, chief academic officer at AUM. “By transferring in an Associate’s degree, including technical or professional courses, graduates will be well positioned to embark on new careers or advance in their workplace in two years or less.”

Developed with working adults in mind, AUM offers a flexible schedule of courses and experiential learning opportunities for someone seeking to complete their Bachelor’s degree in pursuit of career advancement.

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About Antioch University Midwest
Antioch University is a bold and enduring source of innovation in higher education serving adult students around the world and across the country, online and from its five campuses in four states in addition to its University-wide international and doctoral programs. The University lives by its mission every day helping students realize their potential and succeed in their educational goals through an innovative learning environment that is rigorous and responsive to their needs. Antioch University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

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