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The associate of applied science degree with specialization in General Technology is designed to provide students with an educational opportunity to earn an associate of applied science degree which can be molded to fit individual needs and interests. Examples include those who have been in an apprenticeship program, individuals working in an industry who want to design a degree which supports their job related responsibilities, or those who want to prepare themselves for a technical career which does not follow one of the college's existing programs.

A basic core of technical courses is required. However, if the student's needs or interests are better served by other technical subjects, the core can be customized. Students must however, complete a basic core of 12 credit hours in a defined program area (manufacturing, welding, etc.). This area will be selected by the student.

The program provides wide latitude under the technical electives. Students may choose from management courses, computer information systems courses or any technical course offered through the Division of Industrial Technology.

Student with apprenticeship training who wish to apply that training toward a degree should see the "Requirements for the Associate of Applied Science Degree-AAS" entry in Graduation and Degree Requirements section of the College Catalog.

 

     

 
Curriculum - Degree Requirements
MDTC 160 Mechanical Drafting and CAD I satisfies computer skills general education requirement