2018-2019 Catalog & Student Handbook 
    May 23, 2019  
2018-2019 Catalog & Student Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Technical Studies - Industrial Maintenance, AAS

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Purpose: The associate degree in Technical Studies-Industrial Maintenance is designed to assist companies through educating students on current industry and manufacturing practices. The degree allows students to have a work-based learning component in addition to the general education and technical foundation classes.

Admission Requirements: All students will be required to demonstrate college readiness through assessment and/or transcript review and may be required to take placement tests in math, writing, and reading to aid in placing students in the appropriate courses. Students who do not meet required placement levels must enroll in developmental studies courses.

Technical Studies Curriculum:

Degree Requirements

Total Credits: 18

Total Credits: 15

Work-based Learning:

  • Work-based Learning5

Total Credits: 26

Total Minimum Credits: 65

Before registering for classes, students should check the prerequisites listed with the course descriptions in the back of the catalog. Normally, a full-time student would register for courses in the following sequence; however, apprenticeship offerings may alter this sequence.

1 ECO 120  and ECO 201 -ECO 202  contain similar course content. Students who take ECO 120  cannot receive credit for either ECO 201  or ECO 202 . Students who take either ECO 201  or ECO 202  cannot receive credit for ECO 120 .

2 Students cannot receive credit for both PSY 235  and PSY 230 .

3 Students considering transfer should check with anticipated four-year institution to determine appropriate MTH courses and/or sequences.

4 Veterans may be awarded credit for military experience to meet this requirement

5 Work-based learning is satisfied by completion of: Journeyman Card or Standard Industry Certification.

Suggested Scheduling:

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