Manufacturing & Technology / Pre-Engineering and Engineering Technology
This AAS Degree is designed to allow students who possess a Department of Labor Apprenticeship Certificate to apply a minimum of 21 credits of their prior learning experiences toward the credits needed for the Engineering Technology AAS degree. Additional credits, based on professional experience and other courses completed, may be applied on a case-by-case basis, not to exceed 45 credits total. Contact the Associate Dean of Occupational Programs in Engineering and Technology for further details.
The following courses will be accepted as completed based on completion of the Department of Labor Apprenticeship Certificate (21 credits):
Remaining program required technical courses (26 credits):
Remaining program required general education courses (minimum 13 credits):
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Learn more about Credit Hours, Course Load, Study Expectations and more in the student handbook.