Dec 05, 2023
Associate in Science Degree
(60 Credit Hours)
The purpose of this program is to prepare students for employment in engineering technology and related occupations. The program also provides updated training for incumbent workers employed as production technicians in manufacturing, electronics, industrial design, biomedical and related industries. The degree has a specialization in alternative energy and four college credit certificates: engineering technology support specialist, alternative energy, electronics, and computer aided design and drafting. It is recommended that students complete the engineering support core prior to completing elective requirements. The 18-hour engineering technical support core has been aligned with the Manufacturing Skills Standard Council’s (MSSC) industry certification.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Perform industrial processes using material properties activities.
- Demonstrate proficiency in using tools, instruments and testing devices for quality assurance
- Understand fundamental electronics and electricity.
- Apply the requirements of safety, health, and environmental standards
- Generate and interpret computer-aided drawings in industry
- Demonstrate workplace skills
General Education Courses
Subtotal Credit Hours: 15
Program Specialization Courses
Subtotal Credit Hours: 45
This program will require some or all classes to be taken at one campus location. Contact the program director for specific details.
Articulated credit from a technical college/secondary school may be applicable. For more information click here: http://www.scf.edu/Academics/CareerTechnicalEducation/Career_Pthwys.asp.
Related certificates also are offered. See Engineering Technology Support Specialist (3016) listing.
Note: An A.S. degree in this field will transfer to Daytona State College toward the Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology.
Required Courses and recommended Sequence: The following is a recommended sequence of courses for completing this program. Developmental courses and prerequisite course requirements, credit load, and/or course availability may affect a student’s individual progress. Course availability within the program sequences is specifically intended for full-time students who begin their course work with the fall semester. Students should always consult their online degree planner for the catalog year that they entered the college, and contact their program manager to better understand typical course availability and individual program planning.
Please follow link to: http://www.scf.edu/Academics/degree-pathways.asp