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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. 

Information Systems Technology (A.S.)

This program is designed for students with skills consistent with entry-level programmers, database programmers, help desk technicians, application software specialists, web developers and related jobs. The core curriculum focuses on the development of technical competency, a broad understanding of the Information Technology field, and development of written and verbal skills needed in the business community. Upon completion, students will be better prepared for an entry-level position, advancement in their current position, or transfer to a four-year program. 

Human Services (A.S.)

The Human Services program is designed to provide education and training for individuals seeking employment in various social service and educational settings. The program is also designed to provide a basis for those who choose to continue their education at other colleges.

The program offers an opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills which will enable individuals to work in a variety of areas. There are specialization courses from which students may select, depending on their areas of interest.

General Studies (A.S.)

The general studies curriculum is designed for students who wish to explore a broad range of subjects and interests. Maximum flexibility in the choice of courses is permitted. This is often the program of choice for students who seek education as a lifelong endeavor.

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