Apr 19, 2024  
2024-2025 Catalog DRAFT (working copy for edits) 
    
2024-2025 Catalog DRAFT (working copy for edits)

General Technology, A.A.S.


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The Associate of Applied Science degree is offered in the following areas. For complete details of each Associate of Applied Science major field, please see the division or school indicated for specific technical courses required to complete the degree.

  1. Advanced Manufacturing Technology - UAM College of Technology at Crossett
  2. Crime Scene Investigation - School of Social and Behavioral Sciences
  3. General Technology - Two options are listed below. See the UAM College of Technology at Crossett and UAM College of Technology at McGehee for technical coursework
  4. Forest Technology - School of Forestry and Natural Resources
  5. Hospitality and Tourism - UAM College of Technology at Crossett and UAM College of Technology at McGehee
  6. Industrial Technology - UAM College of Technology at Crossett
  7. Law Enforcement Administration - School of Social and Behavioral Sciences
  8. Nursing - School of Nursing

General Technology-Option One


Students seeking the Associate of Applied Science degree in General Technology must complete all requirements for a technical certificate in an approved Arkansas Department of Higher Education technical certificate program. Students must also complete the required 15 hours of general education courses plus additional elective hours (either technical or general education courses) for a total of 60 credit hours.

Required General Education Courses: 15 hours


One of the following courses:


One of the following courses, appropriate for the field of study:


Required Technical Courses:


See School or Division indicated above.

All of the general education courses may be applied toward a baccalaureate degree at UAM or transferred to another university.

General Technology-Option Two


Students seeking the Associate of Applied Science Degree in General Technology must complete 24 hours in a major technical area and 21 hours in technical core support courses from other related technical disciplines and 15 hours of required general education courses. With the approval of the academic advisor or unit head and the Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs, the student may select courses from one or more technical disciplines and develop a coherent technical program that prepares the student for employment in occupational and technical fields.

Required General Education Courses: 15 hours


One of the following courses:


One of the following courses, appropriate for the field of study:


Required Technical Courses:


See School or Division indicated below.

All of the general education courses may be applied toward a baccalaureate degree at UAM or transferred to another university. See the Technical Programs section of this catalog for a listing and description of technical courses required to complete this degree.

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