This degree program provides a broad scope of technical skills applicable to technician employment in appropriate industry or service companies. A core foundation including computer hardware/software applications, math, science, CAD and electronics is combined with specialized study areas relative to student/employer interest. Program opportunities exist for graduates as entry level technicians or for skill advancement of currently employed personnel in technical fields.
|General Education Requirements||24|
|(Elective must be from Social Sciences)|
|Required Core Courses||12|
|ETC 101||Fundamentals of Electronics||3|
|CDM 103||Introduction to CAD Systems||2|
|CPT/BAS 103 -or-||Microcomputer Applications -or-||3|
|CPT 106||PC Operating Systems||3|
|BUS 204||Total Quality Operations Management||3|
|EGR 100||Introduction to Engineering||1|
|Program Major Concentration||25|
|(Electronics, Networking, Telecommunications, CAD, etc.,|
|including 200 level technology courses of student's interests)|
|(Technology, management, computers, graphic design, multimedia,|
|and more according to student's interests and needs.)|
For more information, call 636-922-8241.