Mar 03, 2021
**Effective January 2021, this program is no longer enrolling students.
This program provides students who have a solid grounding in a technology discipline, gained from completing the coursework in one or more diploma or certificate programs in that discipline, with the general education component of an associate degree to become a well-rounded graduate.
Upon completion of this program, the student should be able to:
- Apply technology skills acquired from prior study to address workplace challenges.
- Think critically, both conceptually and by using mathematical analysis, in a technology setting.
- Write and speak effectively in a technology environment.
- Use basic computer applications typical in a technology facility.
- Understand human behavior in the context of the greater society.
Potential Occupational Titles
Potential occupational titles for this program include, but are not limited to, first-line supervisor of production and operating workers. Potential entry-level job titles will vary with the discipline of the prior technology diploma or certificate transferred into the program.
A minimum of 60.00 semester credit hours, including transfer credits, is required for graduation.
Required Technology Courses
Students must complete at least 34.00 semester credit hours of courses in technology. Selection or transfer of courses will be in consultation and with the approval of the student’s academic advisor. Any resulting deficiency in the total of 34.00 semester credit hours required may be made up with additional technology courses. Certificate or diploma programs from which technology courses may be accepted include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Cisco Certified Network Associate
- Cloud Infrastructure and Virtualization
- CompTIA A+
- Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate
General Education Requirements
Students enrolled in this associate degree must complete a minimum of 24.00 semester credit hours in general education distributed among the following disciplines. Refer to the General Education section of the catalog for specific information about courses within each discipline.
9.00 Semester Credit Hours in Communications
6.00 Semester Credit Hours in Humanities (must include 3 semester credit hours of cultural diversity)
3.00 Semester Credit Hours in Mathematics
3.00 Semester Credit Hours in Science
3.00 Semester Credit Hours in Social and Behavioral Sciences
Personal and Professional Development Courses
2.00 semester credit hours are required.