South Texas College currently offers a Bachelor of Applied Technology (B.A.T.) in Technology Management, Computer and Information Technologies, and Medical and Health Services; and a Bachelor of Applied Science in Organizational Leadership.
The B.A.T. in Technology Management consists of the 42 credit hour Core Curriculum, 33 credit hours of lower-division technical specialty courses, and 45 credit hours of upper-division coursework in Technology Management.
The B.A.T. in Computer and Information Technologies consists of the 42 credit-hour Core Curriculum, 39-40 credit hours of lower-division technical specialty courses, and 39 credit hours of upper-division coursework in Technology Management.
The B.A.T. in Medical and Health Services Management consists of the 42 credit hour Core Curriculum, 33 credit hours of lower-division technical specialty courses, and 45 credit hours of upper-division coursework.
The B.A.S. Organizational Leadership consists of the 42 credit hour Core Curriculum, 48 credit hours of lower-division technical specialty courses, and 30 credit hours of upper-division coursework.
Associate of Arts and Associate of Science Degree (A.A. and A.S.)
The Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degrees are designed for students planning to transfer credits to a baccalaureate degree program at a four-year institution.
The curricula in this catalog will satisfy the requirements of most four-year institutions. However, students must consult the catalog of the institutions to which they wish to transfer to determine the specific requirements of the receiving institution.
Formal articulation agreements have been established with several other institutions to facilitate the transfer of credit. For more information, consult your advisor.
The Core Curriculum includes courses in communication, mathematics, life & physical sciences, language, philosophy & culture, creative arts, social and behavioral sciences, and a core component option area. All students are required to complete the Core Curriculum before receiving an A.A. or A.S. degree (Exceptions apply for some degree plans. Contact an academic advisor for more information).
If a student successfully completes the entire 42 credit hour core curriculum at STC, that block of courses must be transferred to any other public institution of higher education in Texas and will be substituted for the receiving institution's core curriculum.
A course approved as a Texas Core Curriculum course at one institution must be applied to the student's set of core courses at any other institution in Texas.
Field of Study Curriculum
The Field of Study Curriculum includes 18 credit hours that will satisfy the lower division requirements for a baccalaureate degree in a specific academic area.
A student, who does not plan on earning a degree from South Texas College, but plans on transferring to a senior college or university, should follow the appropriate degree plan from the receiving institution.