Nov 20, 2019  
2015-2016 RACC Student Catalog 
    
2015-2016 RACC Student Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Technology Studies, AAS


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Science and Mathematics Division

This program is a flexible Associate's degree plan that can be individualized to meet the occupational and educational needs of a student, who is completing or has completed technical programs, certifications, licensures, military training, or prior learning. It is intended for those students whose occupational goals are not met by the College's other associate degree programs of study. Each student is expected to meet general education requirements and technical program requirements following a plan that is approved by their academic advisor or the appropriate assistant dean. In the end, the student will have a focused set of technical skills and knowledge along with a broad academic foundation useful for securing more career opportunities or work-place advancement.

Program Competencies

Upon successful completion of this program, the student should be able to:

  • establish an expertise of knowledge and skills in a technical profession.
  • explain the use of science, mathematics, computers, and writing in developing and communicating technological advances.
  • demonstrate a comprehensive knowledge of how technology impacts society.

Required Program of Study


Major Requirements (36-37 Credit Hours)


Additional Mathematics Requirement (3-4 Credit Hours):

Any ONE additional MAT course 160 or higher
 
Additional Science Requirement (4 Credit Hours):

Any ONE additional 100-level or higher science course with a laboratory
 
Additional Information Technology Requirement (3 Credit Hours):

Choose ONE of the following courses:

IFT 120 Advanced Microcomputer Applications  

LIB 113 Internet Research Strategies  

Note(s):


Select 24 credits of technology electives in consultation with an advisor to create a cohesive program designed to meet your occupational goals. A minimum of 15 credits of technology courses should establish a concentration of knowledge and skills in one technical area.

Up to 20 credits of technology courses may be completed by articulation of technical center courses, prior learning, or military training through the RACC Assessment Center following current RACC policies.
 

 

Total Credits=60


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