General Technology A.A.S.

Degree Name: General Technology A.A.S.
Degree or Program: General Technology
Degree Type: Associate of Applied Science Degree
Description:
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*
32-35
COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
Mathematics MAT 150 and 
MAT 162 or 
MAT 171

Trigonometry and
College Algebra-STEM or
Pre-Calculus Math


4 or
6
Communication

ENG 101
ENG 115 or 125
SPE 101

English Composition I
Technical Writing or Business Writing
Oral Communication

3
3
3

Social Science

HIS 101 or 102 or 115 or 270  or POL 101 or 102

US History or American Government

3

Natural Science CHM 115 or
PHY 150/153
General Chemistry I or
Physics I and Lab

5 or
4

Elective

CPT/BTC(BAS) 103
Any 2 general electives

Microcomputer Applications
any course 100 level or higher
3
6
CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS* MUST INCLUDE: 12
ETC 101 Fundamentals of Electronics 3
CDM 103 Introduction to CAD Systems 2
CPT/BAS 103 or
CPT 106
Microcomputer Applications or
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)
ELECTIVE COURSES* 3
(Technology, management, computers, graphic design, multimedia, and more according to student's interests and needs.)
TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS

 72-75

*If planning to utilize as transfer credits to another institution, please contact advising or the General Technology Program Coordinator for more specific requirements.

For more information, please contact department chair David Niermann at 636-922-8561 or dniermann@stchas.edu