Associate of Applied Science in Technology

Areas of Study

Technology (AAS)

Associate of Applied Science
General Education Core RequirementsCredit Hours
COM 115 Fundamentals of Public Speaking 3
ENG 110 Writing I 3
ENG 221 Writing II: Writing for the Professions 3
IDS 110 Student Success 2
MTH 100 Intermediate Applied Mathematics or higher
(except MTH 197 Introductory Topics in Mathematics or MTH 297 Mathematic Topics in Globalization)
3
PLS 101 American Democracy and Citizenship 3
General Education Core Total: 17
Technology Core RequirementsCredit Hours
3
CIS 101 Computers for Learning 3
TEC 105 Technology's Impact on Society 3
Technology Core Total: 9
Total Core Requirements: 26

Notes:

  1. ENG 210 may be substituted for ENG 221.
  2. Students may select any math course(s) numbered MTH 100 or higher, excluding MTH 197 and MTH 297. One-credit-hour courses including MTH 111, MTH 112, MTH 113, MTH 114 and/or MTH 115 may be selected in a combination to equal three credit hours.
  3. Students are strongly encouraged to confirm transferability of individual courses to othe institutions prior to enrollment. Not all courses will transfer or satisfy specific degree requirements for bachelor's degrees.

Advanced Manufacturing Technology Option:

Advanced Manufacturing Technology RequirementsCredit Hours
EPR 210 Employee Management & Supervision 3
TEC 100 Survey of Electronics 3
TEC 111 Manufacturing Materials & Processes 3
TEC 112 Introduction to Supply Chain Management 3
TEC 123 Employment in Manufacturing Occupations 3
TEC 165 Manufacturing Technology 3
TEC 175 Welding Technology 3
TEC 200 Alternative Energy: Electricity and Electrons 3
TEC 220* Technology Management 3
TEC 245 Mechanical Systems and Fluid power 3
TEC 275 Automated Manufacturing 3
TEC 299 Technology Internship 3
Advanced Manufacturing Technology Option Total: 36

Alternative Energy Option

Alternative Energy RequirementsCredit Hours
AGR 103 Plant Science 3
AGR 112 Introduction to Agricultural Business 3
AGR 115 Sustainable Agriculture and the Environment 3
AGR 143 Introductory Forestry 3
CHM 116 Fundamentals of Chemistry 4
TEC 100 Survey of Electronics 3
TEC 200 Alternative Energy: Electricity and Electrons 3
TEC 260 Alternative Energy: Biofuels 3
TEC 265 Alternative Energy: Solar 3
TEC 270 Alternative Energy: Wind 3
TEC 299 Technology Internship 3
Electives 2
Alternative Energy Total: 36

General Technology Option

General Technology RequirementsCredit Hours
Select any combination of courses from the following departments to equal 36 credit hours: This includes blocks classes transferred from the South Central Career Center in West Plains, Missouri and the Ozark Mountain Technical Center in Mountain Grove, Missouri. Other courses may be approved by the department. 36
Total General Technology Hours: 36

Technology Management Option

Technology Management RequirementsCredit Hours
ACC 201 Introduction to Financial Accounting 3
ECO 155 Principles of Macroeconomics 3
EPR 210 Employee Management and Supervision 3
MGT 286 Business Communications 3
TEC 100 Survey of Electronics 3
TEC 112 Introduction to Supply Chain Management 3
TEC 232 Quality Management 3
TEC 250 Safety Management 3
TEC 255 Project Management 3
TEC 299 Technology Internship 3
Electives 6
Technology Management Total 36
Degree RequirementsCredit Hours
Total Degree Hours 62

Students are strongly encouraged to confirm the transferability of individual courses to other institutions prior to enrollment. Not all courses will transfer or satisfy specific degree requirements for bachelor’s degrees

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