Today’s technology revolution is sweeping industry into an era dominated by information and automation. This is not futuristic; it is a reality. Employment projections indicate a high demand for trained industrial technicians and product representatives. This program is designed for men and women that like hands-on training and are willing to work for an interesting and rewarding future. The program has already been acclaimed by industry, and over 100 companies have called with employment opportunities. Many of our graduates now are employed in these highly paid, challenging positions.
For advisor information and a sample schedule by semester, view our completion guide.
General Education Requirements: 15 Semester Hours
Select courses from the following groups:
Group I: Communications - Must take either ENG 101 or ENG 130 (3 credit hours). Students may substitute ENG 102 or ENG 230 for either of the above courses.
Group III: Humanities and Fine Arts - No specific minimum credit hours required. This category is optional for AAS degrees. Students are encouraged to select a Humanities or Fine Arts course as part of their General Education coursework.