Associate of Applied Science in General Technology

Associate of Applied Science in General Technology

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The AAS 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
  • Administrative Support
  • Automotive Service Technology
  • Collision Repair Technology
  • Computer Aided Design
  • Construction Equipment Operation
  • Construction Technology
  • Electronics Technology
  • HVAC
  • Information Technology
  • Manufacturing Technology
  • Network/Systems Administration
  • Truck Driving
  • Welding Technology


Major Technical Discipline (21 semester hours minimum)

Courses in one major area must be focus of the program. These courses are to be selected from a technical certificate or AAS program of student currently offered by the college.

Minor/Related/Supported Courses (24 hours minimum)

Option Selection: (check one)

_______ Completion of two 12-hour minor areas of study.

_______ Completion of one 12-18 hour minor and 6-12 hours of support or related courses.

_______ Completion of a second 24 hour major.


Courses and RequirementsGeneral Technology Academic Plan


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