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The Associate of Applied Science in General Technology

The Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) in General Technology prepares students for unique positions in the workplace for which specified degree programs do not currently exist. It is not intended for largeĀ­ scale application, but is to be used to meet customized, industry-specific needs and/or unique academic and career goals identified by the student .The program consists of 1) general education in compliance with TBR policy, 2) a major field core created from courses required in the major field core of two existing approved academic programs listed on the institution's Academic Program Inventory (API), as published by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission, and 3) the remaining courses selected from those same two academic programs. The curriculum developed within this framework must be clarified in an individualized plan, established with guidance from an assigned advisor. Students must meet with the Dean for Technical Education prior to beginning this course of study.

A.A.S. in General Technology