TECHNOLOGY

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Department
Members
Chet Blake, Chair; Don Dawes, Garth Fisher, William Rouse, Marshall Rub.
 




The Technology Department provides quality technological instruction in a Christian environment, preparing students to work in the service industries as technologists, entrepreneurs, or teachers of technology education.
 
The four-year technology college graduate is associated with the managerial, engineering, scientific, and supervisory activities of the industrial world. A broad preparation is given for manufacturing management in industry which enables the graduate to work with and contribute to the ideas of professional engineers and scientists, as well as supervise and manage the use of materials and machines for producing, distributing, and servicing industrial products.
 
Courses in technology provide non-majors with the opportunity of developing occupational skills in a second field or strengthening their background in the applied arts technologically oriented society.
 
Programs leading to the Bachelor of Science degree in Technology include a core of 30 credit hours and concentrations in the following technology areas: automotive, aviation, biomedical electronics, electronics, graphics, and technology specialist.
 
The Associate of Sciencedegree in Technology is offered with concentrations in automotive, aviation, electronics, and graphics. Each curriculum is designed to prepare graduates for employment in that particular field. In each case, a broad technical background is offered balancing theory with laboratory experience. These programs are especially designed to serve students who wish to complete their technical training in a Christian environment with minimal general studies and time requirements. The programs are planned so that continuance in the baccalaureate program may occur with minimal loss of credit. The Associate of Science degree requires the completion of 96 quarter hours.
 



The department offers these degrees and majors.

Degrees
* TECHNOLOGY (Bachelor of Science)
* TECHNOLOGY (Associate of Science)
* MINOR IN AVIATION
* MINOR IN GRAPHIC ARTS
* MINOR IN TECHNOLOGY



Courses
* AUTOMOTIVE (AUTO)
* AVIATION (AVIA)
* DRAFTING (DRFT)
* ELECTRONICS (ELCT)
* GRAPHICS (GRPH)
* PHOTOGRAPHY (PHTO)
* TECHNOLOGY (TECH)


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