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					  50      PROGRAMS OF STUDY – CORPORATE STUDIES


                                                                                       SHEET METAL WORKERS APPRENTICESHIP
                                                                                 This program is a partnership between the Joint Apprenticeship Training
                                                                                 Committee (JATC) and Butler Community College to deliver an associate
                                                                                 of applied science degree to apprentices enrolled in joint apprenticeship
                                                                                 training programs associated with the Sheet Metal Workers International
                                                                                 Association. The goal is to provide every apprentice of the Sheet Metal
                                                                                 Workers program in the state of Kansas with the opportunity to earn a
                                                                                 Journeyman’s card and an associate of applied science degree during
                                                                                 their apprenticeship indenture.
                                                                                                                                                     HOURS
To meet the educational and training needs of business and industry,              General Education Requirements                                        9
Butler Community College has taken the lead in the state to develop an            Communications
Associate of Applied Science in Corporate Studies degree to address the            Business Communications              BE 130                  3
issues of a career path and lifelong learning for today’s workers. This AAS        Business English                     BE 120                  3
degree is unique in that it can be customized to any industry.                    Science, Math and Computer Science
                                                                                   Computer Requirement                 BA 104                  3
The objective of the Associate of Applied Science in Corporate Studies
                                                                                   Other 6 hours articulated within JATC Articulation
degree is to be responsive to their industry while maintaining the quality
                                                                                  Required Courses                                                     53
and integrity of Butler Community College.
                                                                                   Cooperative Education I              IT 196                  2
The Associate of Applied Science in Corporate Studies degree is intended           Cooperative Education II             IT 197                  2
to be marketed through the Economic Development and corporate                      Cooperative Education III            IT 297                  2
Services division and will be delivered in coordination with the                   Sheet Metal Apprenticeship Transcript                        47
appropriate academic division within Butler Community College.
Designated faculty members from the approp0riate academic division                62 credits are required. 15 hours BCC Residency.
will serve as division subject matter expert (SME) between the academic
division and corporate services division. Additionally, it is anticipated that
articulation/transfer agreements will be developed with four-year
universities.

        ELECTRICAL WORKERS APPRENTICESHIP
The purpose of this Memorandum of Understanding is to create learning
opportunities through a partnership between the Wichita Electrical Joint
Apprenticeship Training Committee (JATC) and Butler Community
College to deliver an associate of applied science degree to apprentices
enrolled in joint apprenticeship training programs associated with the
National Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee. The goal is to provide
every apprentice of the Electrical Workers program in the state of Kansas
with the opportunity to earn a Journeyman’s card and an associate of
applied science degree during their apprenticeship indenture.
                                                                       HOURS
General Education Requirements                                             15
Communications
 Communications Requirement         EG 100 or above                  3
Science, Math and Computer Science
 Math Requirement                   MA 114 or above                  3
 Any other Gen Ed Requirement                                        9
Required Courses                                                           47
 Electrical JATC Apprenticeship Transcript                           47

62 credits are required. 15 hours BCC Residency.
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              MARKETING & MANAGEMENT                                        A total of 62 credit hours is required for this degree. In addition to the 20
                                                                            credit hours of general education requirements and 32 credit hours of
                Radio Shack Partnership                                     required courses, choose 10 credit hours from the list of related electives
             ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE                                   below.

Your Butler experience will prepare you to manage the process of            This program is for employees of Radio Shack in a partnership with
developing consumer audiences and moving products from producers to         Butler.
consumers. This program includes learning in buyer behavior and             *Credit will be awarded at the conclusion of the Radio Shack Training
dynamics, principles of marketing research, demand analysis, cost-          Program for these three courses when the student has accumulated 15
volume and profit relationships, pricing theory, marketing campaign and     hours of Butler courses. No charge will be assessed Radio Shack or the
strategic planning, market segments, advertising methods, sales             student for these 9 hours when transcripted.
operations and management, consumer relations, retailing, and
applications to specific products and markets.                              **Cooperative Education courses must be completed through Butler, but
                                                               HOURS        students do not need to come onto a Butler campus to take the courses.
 General Education Requirements                                    20
                                                                            Courses in the sequence may be taken from any accredited college. The
 Communications                                                     6
                                                                            degree will be awarded from Butler if the student completes at least 15
  English Comp I                  EG 101
                                                                            credit hours from Butler Community College.
  One other course                EG 102, SP 100, SP 102,
                                   EG 112
 Science, Math and Computer Science                                11       MARKETING & MANAGEMENT
  Math Requirement                MA 114 or above                          via Radio Shack Partnership
  Lab Science Requirement         CH 105                                   Career Program
   (available on-line)
                                                                            Degree Offered:           Associate in Applied Science
  Computer Science Requirement    BA 104
                                   suggested                                Credits Required:         62
 Social/Behavioral Science Requirement                              3       Contact:                  Jared McGinley, Lead Instructor, at
  One course from either          EC 200                                                             316.322.3240
   Social or Behavioral Science    suggested
 Required Courses                                                  32       Program Information
  Principles of Advertising       BA 103              3                    This program is designed for current or past Radio Shack employees only.
  Business Law I                  BA 115              3                    Students will be awarded credit at the conclusion of the Radio Shack
  Accounting I                    BA 126              3                    Training Program. Cooperative education courses must be completed
  Accounting II                   BA 127              3                    through Butler Community College, but students do not need to come
  Introduction to Marketing       BA 140              3                    onto the Butler campus for the courses. AMA courses are available
  Retail Management               BA 203              3                    through Butler’s Business Performance Group.
  Principles of Management*       BA 210              3
                                                                            Accreditation
  Personal Selling*               BA 215              3
  Internship I                    BA 193-4            4                    This program is accredited by the Accreditation Council of Business
                                                                            Schools and Programs (ACBSP). According to the ACBSP website, “The
  Internship II                   BA 194-4            4
                                                                            Association’s educational standards reflect its strong commitment to the
 Related Electives                                                 10
                                                                            enhancement of student learning; the advancement of teaching
  Entrepreneurship                BA 109              3
                                                                            excellence; the measurement of program effectiveness through
  Introduction to Business        BA 110              3
                                                                            outcomes assessment; the preparation of students careers; and the
  Business Law II                 BA 116              3
                                                                            recognition of unique organizational missions.”
  3D Computer Animation I         IN 158              3
  Managerial Accounting           BA 204              3                    After Butler
  Internet Marketing              BA 219              3                    Students will be able to progress within the management system at
  Business Ethics                 BA 220              3
                                                                            Radio Shack.
  Mgmt. Information Systems       BA 221              3
  Computer Advertising Design     BA 225              3
  3D Computer Animation II        IN 239              3
  Intro to Sport Management       BA 231              3
  Principles of Microeconomics    EC 200              3
  Principles of Macroeconomics    EC 201              3
  Exploring Leadership            LS 150              3
  The Emerging Leader             LS 160              3
  Team and Community Building     LS 220              3
  Leadership Dev. Capstone        LS 230              3
  Calculations with Applications  MA 148              3
  Statistics for Management,      MA 220              5
   Life and Social Sciences
  52      PROGRAMS OF STUDY – CORPORATE STUDIES


              21st CENTURY MANUFACTURING                                      Note: In addition to earning the AAS in Corporate Studies, participants
                                                                              will be eligible to set for the ASQ Six Sigma Green Belt and APICS
                   WORKFORCE ALLIANCE                                         Certified Production and Inventory. Students already holding
              ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE                                    professional certifications or other college work at the “C” or above level
                                                                              from accredited colleges will be awarded appropriate credit. Participants
This program is a partnership between the Workforce Alliance of South
Central Kansas, Southwestern College and Butler Community College to          are required to have a minimum of 15 credit hours taken at Butler
deliver an associate of applied science degree to displaced workers in a      Community College to receive an award. This AAS degree is designed to
down economy. The goal is to provide laid off workers with the                transfer seamlessly into Southwestern College’s Bachelor of Science in
opportunity to earn an associate of applied science degree with high skill,   Operations Management degree.
high wage skills needed in today’s manufacturing environment within the
Wichita metro area.                                                           Contact: skills@butlercc.edu, 316.218.6118
 Partner: Butler
 Butler’s Learning PACT Skills                                     24
  English Comp I (P)                EG 101                    3
 Sociology (P)                      BS 105                    3
  Math Requirement (A)              MA 114 or above           3
  English Composition II (C)        EG 102                    3
  Public Speaking (C)               SP 100                    3
  Information Processing System (T) BA 104                    3
  Project Management (T)            BE 255                    3
  Principles of Management (T)      BA 103                    3
 Advanced Materials: Composites Certificate                        16
  Introduction to Composites        IT 135                    4
  Composite Manufacturing           IT 136                    4
   Practices
  Composite Structure Repair        IT 235                    4
  Advanced Techniques in            IT 236                    4
   Composites
 Partner: Southwestern College
 Productivity Enhancement—Lean Six Sigma
                                                                   15
 Certificate
  Six Sigma Green Belt I            OMGT 311                  3
  Six Sigma Green Belt II           OMGT 312                  3
  Operations Management I           OMGT 310                  3
  Managing Group Dynamics           OMGT 320                  3
  Integrative Supply Chain Mgnt     OMGT 415                  3
 APICS Certification Production and Inventory
                                                               10.5
 Management (CPIM)Related Electives
  Introduction to Materials Mgnt    PRMG 201                  3
  Basics of Supply Chain Mgnt       PRMG 305                  1.5
  Master Planning of Resources      PRMG 306                  1.5
  Detailed Scheduling & Planning    PRMG 307                  1.5
  Execution & Control of Operations PRMG 308                  1.5
  Strategic Mgnt of Resources       PRMG 309                  1.5
 65.5 Total Credit Hours
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                UCI CORPORATE STUDIES                                                                                                                HOURS
                                                                                  General Education Requirements                                       15
              ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE                                        Required General Education Courses                                    9
                                                                                   English Comp I                             EG 101            3
                                                                                   Technical Math or above                    MA 114            3
UCI and Butler Community College have partnered to offer a customized
                                                                                   Information Processing Systems             BA 104            3
corporate studies degree to UCI’s workforce. The UCI and Butler
                                                                                  Elective General Education Courses (6 Credit Hours)                   3
Community College partnership makes it possible for construction
                                                                                  .Public Speaking                            P 100             3
workers employed by UCI to earn college credit for successfully
                                                                                   Technical Writing                          G 112             3
completing company-sponsored training. When you combine the credits
                                                                                   Introduction to Meteorology                H 111             4
awarded for UCI’s training with credits earned by taking designated
                                                                                   Microeconomics                             D 200             3
business, technology and general elective courses at Butler, a college
                                                                                   Sociology                                  BE 105            3
degree is within your reach.
                                                                                   Contemporary Social Problems               BS 110            3
                                                                                   General Psychology                         BS 160            3
About the UCI Construction AAS Degree:                                             Minority Studies                           BS 220            3
                                                                                   Lifetime Fitness                           PE 254            2
    Sixty-five (65) credit hours are required for this degree. See the            Any Physical Education Activity Course     PE                1
     degree requirements for a list of required and elective courses you          Corporate Core Courses – Butler Courses
     can take to earn your degree.                                                Business Administration Courses                                      18
    College courses may be taken from any accredited college. Official            Entrepreneurship                           BA 109            3
     transcripts must be provided to Butler Community College for                  Introduction to Business                   BA 110            3
     classes taken from another institution.                                       Accounting I                               BA 126            3
    To earn a degree from Butler Community College, you must earn at              Principles of Management                   BA 210            3
     least 15 credit hours from Butler Community College. This 15 hour             Business Ethics                            BA 220            3
     residency requirement can include online classes taken through                Elective Business Administration Course(s) BA                3
     Butler.                                                                      Technical Courses                                                     9
    UCI’s curriculum is under review by Butler Community College.                 Industrial Safety                          IT 205            3
     Subject to final approval, you will receive college credit for UCI            Introduction to Quality Assurance          IT 260            3
     training shown on the degree plan. UCI classes are not Butler                 Introduction to Surveying                  SR 104            3

                                                                                                                                                 4
     Community College classes. You will not pay tuition to Butler for            Cooperative Education                                               4
     UCI classes, and UCI classes will not count toward your 15 credit             Cooperative Education                      CP 197
     hour Butler Community College residency requirement.                         UCI Training Courses                                            19-20
                                                                                  Required UCI Training Courses                                      16
Your Personal Butler Connection:                                                   OSHA 30                                    FS 113            2
                                                                                   Hazwoper – 40 hour                                           3
Jami Calvert, Butler’s corporate advisor, will assist you with Butler’s            NCCER Core, Introduction to Craft Skills   CN 106            3
admission process and serve as your college advisor. Jami will work with           Basic Supervisory Management               BA 208            3
you to help you get started at Butler and you can contact Jami whenever            NCCER Management                                             1
you need advising services or other assistance while working on your               NCCER Site Layout                                            3
degree at Butler. The first step is simple. Just ask Eric Estep to schedule       Elective UCI Training Course (Choose 1)                           3-4
a meeting for you and Jami Calvert. Jami will help you with every step of          NCCER Carpentry Forms                                        4
the admissions, advising, assessment, and enrollment process. If you               NCCER Concrete Finish                                        3
work with any other advisor at Butler, be sure to identify yourself as a UCI       NCCER Pipelayer                                              3
employee, working toward the UCI Corporate Studies, AAS.                          Total Credit Hours Required for Degree                             65

Your Corporate Advisor:                   UCI Degree Contact:                    Note: UCI training courses are being evaluated by Butler Community
Jami Calvert                              Eric Estep 316.239.7755                College. Once courses are formally approved for Butler evaluated credit,
Email: jcalvert@butlercc.edu              E-mail: eestep@ucict.com               course numbers will be added to the degree plan.

				
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