This BAS program is designed to build on specific, related, AAS programs offered primarily by technical colleges. Therefore this BAS is only available to students who have completed specific related AAS programs approved by an official articulation agreement between Metropolitan State and the college offering the AAS degree.
The goal of the Industrial Management program is to educate and to train prospective and current employees from entry-level to managerial and leadership positions in order to build their abilities to contribute to the prosperity and well-being of their industries. Students completing this program are prepared to work as managers and leaders in operations environment of an industry. More specifically, they will be trained in project planning and design, modern concepts in operations management, product development, quality control, purchasing management, materials management, logistics and supply chain management.
Declare Your Program
To be eligible for acceptance to the Industrial Management major, students must submit a College of Management Undergraduate Program Declaration Form when the following is completed:
- The approved AAS degree specified in the approved articulation agreement
- GPA of 2.5 or higher in AAS
- COM Foundation Courses with a grade of C-, S or better
The COM Foundation Courses are prerequisites for many upper division College of Management courses. Completing these courses early in your program will help you succeed and have the most valuable experience in other College of Management courses.
College of Management Double Major Policy
Students may combine any two majors in the College of Management as a double major as long as there are at least 24 upper division semester credits of coursework in the second major that do not overlap the first major. Both majors must be completed at the time of graduation.
General Education and Liberal Studies
Students in degree programs at Metropolitan State University must complete while at the university, or transfer to the university, a number of courses to meet General Education and Liberal Studies (GELS).
In addition, courses required for your specific program are listed in the right column on this page. They include prerequisite, foundation, core and required courses. One approved internship for a maximum of 4 credits is possible to substitute for DSci 440, OR DSci 450, OR Mktg 455 depending on its nature, in consultation with relevant faculty. Contact your advisor with questions concerning your degree plan.