Technology management
Beginning this fall, PSU is offering students with applied science degrees a path to both a bachelor’s degree and expanded job opportunities. PSU launched the new bachelor’s of applied science degree with a major in technology management program at the KC Metro Center in Lenexa, Kan., with a goal of appealing to students who want to earn their degree while still working full-time.

The program is a combination of Interactive Distance Learning and face-to-face class formats that can be completed in just over three years. PSU officials say the degree prepares students to be leaders in the industrial and technological workforces.

For information, call the KC Metro Center 913-529-4487 or visit their website.

Auto technology
A new degree program at the KC Metro Center will allow students to maintain their full-time jobs while completing a bachelor of applied science degree in technology with an emphasis in automotive technology.

This program is designed to prepare students for supervisory positions in industrial organizations to assume responsibility in product development, manufacturing, sales and distribution, training or teaching.

Students must have an associate of applied science degree in automotive services technology. Classes are spread out over three and one-half years and are conducted in the evenings at the Metro Center and online.

For information, call the KC Metro Center 913-529-4487 or visit their website.