GENERAL TECHNOLOGY Associate of Applied Science The Associates of Applied Science degree in General Technology enables a student working with an advisor to design an individualized program of study to fulfill a unique or multi-skill career goal that cannot be met through the completion of any single technology program offered by the College. This is accomplished by selecting courses in one Technical Major of a minimum of 24 semester credits; a 15-semester credit General Academic Core; and a minimum of 15 semester credits (a minimum of 12 SCH in a specific skills area) of Technical/Support courses to complete a total of 60+ college credit hours. Half of those credits can be earned by documenting in a portfolio what you have learned by experience. College, post-secondary technical school, and military - ACE approved credits earned previously, may also count toward the General Technology program. In order to be considered for admission to this program, the student must complete a proposed program of study with their technical advisor. General Education – Total of fifteen hours Mathematics – Three hours from the following: MATH 1023 College Algebra or TECH 1003 Technical Math English/Communication –Six hours from the following: ENGL 1113 Composition I (prerequisite) plus ENGL 1123 Composition II or ENGL 2043 Technical Writing Computer Fundamentals – Three hours from the following: CSCI 1003 Computers and Information Processing or CSCI 1013 Windows XP Professional/Network Administration Social Science– Three hours from the following: HIST 1003 History of Civilization to 1700 HIST 1013 History of Civilization since 1700 HIST 2013 History of U.S. to 1876 HIST 2023 History of U.S. since 1876 PSCI 2003 American Government: National PSCI 2013 American Government: State and Local PSYC 2003 General Psychology SOC 2003 Introduction to Sociology GEOG 2003 Introduction to Geography ECON 2003 Macroeconomics Technical Major: Twenty-four to thirty semester credit hours in a major technical discipline. Approved courses for one major area must be the focus of the program. These courses are to be selected from a technical certificate or associate degree program offered by an accredited college. Technical Minor/Support Courses: Fifteen to 21 semester credit hours from a second technical specialty area, of which 12 150
semester credit hours will be from a second technical specialty area listed below: Automotive Service Technology Computer Science Computer and Network Installation and Repair Technology Industrial Equipment Maintenance
Business Technology Entrepreneurship Welding Technology
Note: Students must meet the basic studies requirements for the major/minor fields of study. Basic Studies Requirements Reading - ACT 19 or above (or) ASSET 41 or above (or) COMPASS 80 or above (or) complete BSTD 0113 Reading Skills II. Writing - ACT 19 or above (or) ASSET 42 or above (or) COMPASS 75 or above (or) complete BSTD 0213 Fundamentals of Writing II. Math - ACT 15 or above (or) ASSET Numerical Skills 39 or above (or) COMPASS 36 or above (or) complete BSTD 0413 Elementary Algebra.