If you've got a career goal in mind and haven't found the right program to help you prepare for it, the Individualized Technical Studies program could be what you're looking for.
This program allows you to combine courses from two or more major areas of study into an Associate of Applied Science Degree that meets your career preparation goals. You begin by completing a program plan outlining your career objectives and the courses you'll need to meet those objectives.
Is This Occupation for You?
Students entering the Individualized Technical Studies program should:
Associate degree, requiring two years or more to complete.
High school articulation courses accepted.
Financial aid available to those who qualify.
Classes start in August and January.
The following courses and credits are needed to earn a degree in this program. Actual number of courses and credits may vary based on individual needs. General Studies courses will be planned with occupational advisor and program dean.
GENERAL STUDIES CORE
Communications Min 6
Social Science Min 3
Behavioral Science Min 3
Mathematics / Science Min 3
Additional courses chosen from General Studies Core 6
Total Min 21
INDIVIDUAL TECHNICAL STUDIES CORE
Major Program Emphasis (minimum of 20 credits in one program) 39-45
Minimum of 6 credits Min 6
TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS
Total Min 60-66
Program Admission Requirements
Complete required preadmission assessment testing to demonstrate preset subtest scores Complete application form Interview with advisor Pay $30 nonrefundable application fee Submit high school and any post-secondary transcripts Program admission will be determined through an individual assessment Helpful Academic Background
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At the completion of the program, students are expected to be able to:
This program will be designed for each individual student. Career opportunities will depend on the courses that are selected to meet the student's career goals. It is anticipated that a student will design a program plan that will meet the requirements of a particular career area.