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Registered Medical Assisting (A.S.)


The Registered Medical Assisting (RMA) program will lead to an Associate of Science degree and prepare students to sit for a voluntary national certification exam sponsored by the American Medical Technologists. This association is a nationally and internationally recognized certification agency for allied health professionals. Upon passing the national exam, students will be able to work in any state and perform all duties required of a medical assistant under the direct supervision of a physician.

Technology Studies: Manufacturing Electro-Mechanical Maintenance Technology Option (A.S)

This degree option provides comprehensive foundation course work in electro-mechanical industsrial and engineering technologies, electronic controls, mathematics and physical sciences for continuation in a four-year technology degree program. A grade average of "C" is required for automatic continuation at Central Connecticut State University's School of Technology, where you can earn a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering technology, industrial technology or technology education.

Technology Studies: Manufacturing Welding Technology Option (A.S.)

The Technology Studies--Manufacturing Welding Technology Option provides a solid comprehensive knowledge of welding principles as applied to modern manufacturing processes and applications.  The degree option includes a 20 semester hour core course sequence in Manufacturing Welding Technology Fundamentals followed by a 9 semester hour capstone course sequence specialization in either Advanced Manufacturing Welding Technology, or Manufacturing Welding Technology Applications.

Technology Studies: Manufacturing Electronics & Controls Technology option (A.S.)

The Technology Studies--Manufacturing Electronics & Controls Technology Option provides a solid comprehensive foundation in engineering technology, industrial technology, mathematics, and sciences, as provided by the standard Technology Studies program, but with a concentrated focus on manufacturing electronics and controls technology.  The degree option includes a 15 semester hour core course sequence in Manufacturing Electronics Fundamentals followed by a 15 semester hour capstone course sequence specialization in Manufacturing Electronics Systems & Controllers.  Completion of thi

Technology Studies: Machine Technology option (A.S.)

Pathway to entry into CCSU's School of Technology (2.0 QPA required with no grade less than "C") The Technology Studies--Machine Technology Option provides a solid comprehensive GENERAL EDUCATION in engineering technology, industrial technology, mathematics, and sciences, as provided by the standard Technology Studies program, but with a concentrated focus on machining technology.  By the time the student completes the entire program they will have completed and been awarded both the Machine Technology Level I and Level II Certificates.  Completion of the entire program with an average grad

Technology Studies (A.S.)

The Technology Studies degree is offered system-wide. It consists of course work in engineering, technology, industrial technology, mathematics, sciences, and foundation requirements that provide a solid comprehensive background for continuation in a four-year technology degree program. A grade average of "C" is required for automatic continuation at Central Connecticut State University's School of Technology, where you can earn a bachelor of science degree in engineering technology, industrial technology, or technology education. 

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