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2024-2025 College Catalog 
2024-2025 College Catalog

Technical Studies, AAS

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This program is designed to meet the specific educational needs of students, businesses, and industry. The Technical Studies Associate of Applied Science degree is a customized program drawing from existing course offerings that must contain at least 45 technical credits. The degree will allow students to combine skills and knowledge from different disciplines, enabling the graduate to meet a specific job opportunity. Students will develop an approved Plan of Study in cooperation with their academic advisors. The Plan of Study must include a rationale, sequenced courses, and sufficient evidence of academic rigor to warrant the confirmation of the Associate of Applied Science degree. The Plan of Study must be approved by the respective department chair(s) and dean(s). The amount of time required to complete this degree will vary.

Plan of Study

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

  • XXX XXX - Technical Elective 6 credits (See Below)
  • 3 credits
  • XXX XXX - Internship/Work Experience 6 credits
  • or

  • XXX XXX - Technical Elective 3 credits (See Below)
  • XXX XXX - Elective 3 credits (See Below)

Program Total: 64


Technical Electives

Technical Electives may include coursework from the following prefixes: ACC, ADM, ADN, AGA, AGB, AGC, AGH, AGM, AGP, AGS, AGT, AGV, ATR, AUT, BCA, BIR, BMA, BPT, BUS, CAD, CIN, CIS, CON, CRJ, CRR, CSC, DEA, DRF, ECE, ECN, EGT, ELE, ELT, EMS, FIN, FIR, GRA, HCM, HCR, HIT, HSC, IND, ITR, MAP, MFG, MGT, MKT, MMS, MUA, NET, PHR, PLU, PNN, PRL, PTA, SUR, TDT. WBL, WEL

Other Electives

Electives may include coursework from the technical electives or from the following prefixes: ANT, ART, BIO, CHM, CLS, COM, DRA, ECN, EDU, ENG, ENV, FLS. GEO, HIS, HUM, LIT, MAT, MMS, MUA, MUS, PEA, PEC, PEH, PET, PHI, PHS, PHY, POL, PSY, REL, SDV, SOC, SPC with course number of at least 100 or higher.

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