An Associate of Applied Science is unique in that it provides students with more practical, hands-on training and/or laboratory work. As a result, students do not spend a much time writing papers or listening to lectures.
A study in technology can introduce students to the integration of technology within a wide range of industries. Application for computer systems, machines and electrical devices as an option for solving human problems can often become the foundation for these studies.
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This program prepares students as engineering technicians. With careful selection of electives, this program will transfer to several Western Michigan University engineer
This program prepares students as engineering technicians. With careful selection of electives, this program will transfer to several Western Michigan University engineering degrees. For transfer to WMU MFT or EUM, MATH 156 and MATH 160 are recommended. For transfer to WMU EDT, MATH 160 and MATH 162 are recommended. For transfer to WMU UEM, ACC 101 and ECO 202 are recommended. For transfer to WMU EDT, EDMT 103 and EDMT 145 are recommended.
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The Mechanical Technology program at Clinton Community College is designed to prepare students for employment in the manufacturing industries. Students who successfully c
The Mechanical Technology program at Clinton Community College is designed to prepare students for employment in the manufacturing industries. Students who successfully complete this two-year program will be awarded the degree of Associate in Applied Science (AAS). Students may enter the program directly from high school or by transferring from another college or university. The program is composed of general education courses, general industrial technology subjects common to most manufacturing industries, and elective courses providing an area of emphasis in one of three specialities: pulp & paper, plastics, or computer-assisted manufacturing (CAM).
The mission of the Mechanical Technology AAS degree program is to prepare students for employment in various industrial manufacturing or maintenance areas and/or for the pursuit of advanced degrees in industrial engineering by educating them in communication skills, computer literacy, mathematics, science, as well as appropriate technical courses. The primary focus of the program is to prepare students to work as technicians....