Associate of Applied Science in General Technology

General Technology

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Program Duration

2 years (Four Semesters)

Program Type

Associate of Applied Science

North Arkansas Median Salary

$94,450 industrial production managers; $60,600 CNC programmer
(Career Information)

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Why Choose This Program

Students can design their own course of study.


 

About The Program

The Associate of Applied Science in General Technology enables a student to design an individualized program of study to fulfill a unique career goal that cannot be met through the completion of any single technology program offered by the College. This is accomplished by selecting courses from two or more different technical disciplines and developing a coherent technical program having both a major technical focus and support courses directly related to the career objective. In order to be considered for admission to this program, the student completes a proposed program of study with the assistance of a career counselor and the Technical Programs Department Chair.

Technical Disciplines

  • Automation and Systems Integration
  • Accounting
  • Automotive Service Technology
  • Collision Repair Technology
  • Computer Aided Design
  • Construction Equipment Operation
  • Construction Technology
  • Electronics Technology
  • HVAC
  • Information Technologies
  • Manufacturing Technology
  • Office Management
  • Outdoor Power Equipment
  • Truck Driving
  • Welding Technology

Paying for College

Northark is affordable! We offer nearly $500,000 annually through institutional and foundation scholarships in addition to federal and state aid. See our scholarships and other financial aid programs.

Transfer or Stackable Options

This degree can be transferable into a bachelor of applied science program at some partnering four-year institutions. Students planning to transfer should work closely with an advisor.

Contact

Nell Bonds
(870) 391-3181
nbonds@northark.edu

Learning Outcomes

  • Students will understand and follow basic safety concepts set forth in industry.
  • Students will demonstrate competency in two principle technical fields.