The General Technology A.A.S. degree program allows students flexibility to design a specialization of their choice in a broad range of technologies to enhance their employment potential. Through the General Technology curriculum, students may tailor their educational program to meet their own needs or the needs of present or potential employers. The Business and Technical concentrations allow a focus adaptable to occupational areas related to business, healthcare, information technology, and engineering technologies.
Before registering for classes, new students develop an individualized program of study with the assistance of the General Technology coordinator. After careful evaluation, students may receive credit for approved training programs as well as for applicable work experience. Students with a diploma from the Tennessee College of Applied Technology (formerly known as the Tennessee Technology Center) can receive 30 hours credit toward the General Technology A.A.S. degree. All college-level courses required for Nashville State's technical certificates are applicable to the degree in General Technology. Specific certificates that articulate to the General Technology degree include Computer-Aided Drafting, Horticulture, Music Technology, and Surgical Technology.
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Articulation agreements include one that allows the awarding of 30 hours credit for diplomas earned at the Tennessee College of Applied Technologies, or TCAT (formerly known as the Tennessee Technology Centers, or TTC) to count toward the General Technology degree. Another articulation agreement with Nashville General Hospital allows 45 hours of transfer credit for the Radiologic Technology Program toward the degree in General Technology.
An Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree in General Technology with an emphasis in Health Sciences is also available, and will transfer into Vanderbilt University Medical Center's Electroneurodiagnostic Technology (END) Program. For more information, contact Riki Rager, END Program Director, 615-322-6298 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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