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2023 - 2024 Undergraduate Academic Catalog 
    
2023 - 2024 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

General Technology, AAS


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MAJOR CODE: 4030
CONC. CODE, OPTION 2: C014
CONC. CODE, OPTION 3: C052

The general technology degree offers different concentrations in automotive, welding, journeyman, or general. Please refer to the degree plan for specifics on each concentration.

Requirements


  • English Composition requirement Credit Hours: 6 1
  • Mathematics requirement Credit Hours: 3 1
  • Social Sciences requirement Credit Hours: 3 1
  • Computer requirement Credit Hours: 3 3
  • Lab Science requirement Credit Hours: 4 1
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Technical requirements Credit Hours: 38 2 & 4

60 Total Hours


Notes

  1. General Education Core Requirements, see Graduation Requirements of this catalog. Select one social sciences course and one lab science course.
  2. These courses are used to determine major courses in residency, see Graduation requirements. Student must maintain a 2.00 cumulative GPA in these courses.
  3. Computer requirement; Select three hours from ITA 1003 , ITA 1051 , ITA 1101 , ITA 1201 , or ITA 1251 .
  4. Technical requirements. Select option 1, 2, or 3 listed below.

Technical Requirements - Option 1

The 38 credit hours must support one of the following concentrations:

  • Automotive Technology
  • Welding Technology See specific degree plans for more information

Technical Requirements - Option 2

The 38 credit hours must support the following:

  • Primary Concentration - consists of 24 credit hours from one area listed below.
  • Secondary Concentration(s) - consists of 14 credit hours from list below. Student will complete one 9 to 14 hour area and up to five hours of related/support courses.

Hours in the concentrations above can be selected from the following course prefixes: ATDI, AUTO, DFTG, ELEC, GIPM, WELD, or other technical areas approved by the College.

Technical Requirements - Option 3

The 38 credit hours must support the following: 24 hours of this requirement is fulfilled by the approved completion of the Journeyman’s Certificate from the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training, a division of the U.S. Department of Labor. These credit hours will be granted at the completion of all the other AAS degree requirements. The 14 remaining hours can be from the following course prefixes: ATDI, AUTO, DFTG, ELEC, GIPM, WELD, or other technical areas approved by the College.

Prior to graduation students must demonstrate competency in financial literacy by satisfactory completion of FIN 1521 - Personal Finance Applications  (or an approved substitution) with a gradeof C or better, or by score a of 70% or more on a challenge examfor FIN 1521 .

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