Students design an individualized program of study, in each of the two technical disciplines, to fulfill a unique career goal which cannot be achieved through the completion of any single technology program offered by the college.
- Apply multi-disciplinary knowledge to a variety of applications.
- Learn how to quickly identify, analyze, and solve technical problems.
- Productively use available tools.
- Communicate well verbally, graphically, and in writing.
- Formulate and apply critical thinking skills to troubleshoot systems.
- Communicate and function effectively in teams.
- Demonstrate knowledge of the fundamental safety behaviors and safety equipment.
- Demonstrate the technical skills applicable to each one of the two technical disciplines.
|Course Code||Course Name||Credits|
|General Course Requirements|
|COM-103||English Composition I T▸||3|
|COM-105||Fundamentals of Oral Communication T▸||3|
|CIS-100||Computer Applications T▸||3|
|MA-111||College Algebra T▸||3|
|SS-100||General Psychology T▸||3|
T▸ - Course eligible for transfer to a state university.
NCKTC Requirements for an AAS in Technical Studies
Satisfaction of the Kansas Board of Regents minimum requirements for AAS in Technical Studies
Satisfaction of NCKTC Graduation Requirements (including minimum of 15 General Education credit hours)
Evidence the combined skillset proposed has potential to lead to desired career objective
Pre-approved degree plan filed with Registrar’s Office
Continued and regular consultation with advisor and faculty to ensure appropriate coursework is being taken to achieve the approved degree plan and career objective
Course Code Course Title Credits
Approved coursework from one selected technical program *at least 15
Approved coursework from second selected technical program *at least 15
Approved coursework from any additional selected technical programs *at least 15
*In most cases, the required technical education hours will exceed 15 credit hours; this is a minimum. The required hours will be determined based upon the programs selected and the skillset desired to meet the individual’s career objective. The degree plan must be approved by the advisor, faculty, Registrar, and Dean of Instructional Services.