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Catalog and Student Handbook 2010-2011 [Archived Catalog]

General Technology (A.A.S.)


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Major in General Technology (A.A.S.)

(Designed for the student who does not intend to transfer into a baccalaureate degree program.)

This cross disciplinary degree program provides an opportunity for students to select a combination of courses from programs that will allow them to meet specific career-related objectives and gain a strong background in general education, including effective communication and problem-solving skills.

Students who have successfully completed a recognized Department of Labor apprenticeship program may receive block credit for up to 15 hours toward the General Technology degree (see “External Credit for Department of Labor Apprenticeship Program” on the Academic Information page).

Students who have earned a Tennessee Technology Center (TTC) diploma may be awarded 30 hours of block credit toward the General Technology degree (see “External Credit through Tennessee Technology Centers” on the Academic Information page).

Required Courses


General Education (12 credit hours)


  • Math Elective Credits: (3).
    (See Elective Options below)
  • Humanities/Fine Arts Elective Credits: (3).
    (See Elective Options below)

Business Directed Sequence Courses (48 credit hours)


  • Social/Behavioral Sciences Elective Credits: (3).
    (See Elective Options below)
  • BIT, BIOL, BUS, CIS, CHEM, COP, ECO, EET, ERG, INT, MATH, MKT, OFA, PHYS, PSCI Elective Credits: (29).

EMT-Paramedic Directed Sequence Courses (48 credit hours)


 

  • CIS Elective Credits: (1).
  • EMT Certificate Course Credits: (32). 
    (students holding a current Tennessee Paramedic license may receive up to 32 hours credit)
    (See the EMT-Paramedic (Technical Certificate) program for courses)

Total Credit Hours: 60


Elective Options


Elective options are listed on the Associate of Arts & Associate of Science Degree Requirements page.

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