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Technology Studies, A.S. - Technology Management Option


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Program Design

The Connecticut College of Technology Pathways program allows students to complete an associate in science degree program in Technology Studies at MCC, and continue on to complete a bachelor of science degree in Industrial Technology, Engineering Technology, Electronic Technology, Computer-Aided Design or Technology Education at Central Connecticut State University’s (CCSU) School of Technology. The curriculum offers a broad range of studies and topics in: mathematics, physics, chemistry, engineering drawing and computer-aided design (CAD), electronics, computer technologies, advanced manufacturing technologies (robotics, automation, computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) and other courses in special areas of technology. The program also includes a solid core of courses in general education. Each of the courses is directly transferable to CCSU. Successful completion of the program allows students to enter their junior year at Central Connecticut State University.

Curriculum

Students may enroll in this program either full or part-time. Courses are offered both during the day or evenings. For students not yet prepared for the required mathematical courses, MCC offers a wide range of developmental course offerings.

The Connecticut College of Technology Pathways program allows students to earn an associate in science degree in Technology Studies at Manchester Community College, and continue on to complete a bachelor of science degree in Technology and Construction Management at Central Connecticut State University’s (CCSU) School of Industrial and Engineering Technology.

Learning Outcomes


Upon successful completion of all Technology Studies options program requirements, graduates will

  1. Apply appropriate mathematical and scientific principles to engineering and technology applications.
  2. Demonstrate proficiency in technical fundamentals to analyze and resolve technology problems.
  3. Apply knowledge and skills to develop, interpret, and select appropriate technological processes.

In addition, the graduate will complete the comprehensive learning outcomes identified with the General Education Core.

Technology Management Option Requirements


Total Credits Required: 66-67


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