Vocational Technology Education (AA Degree)
- Last Updated: 22 June 2016
The Vocational Technology Education program is designed for transfer to the Vocational Technology Education bachelor’s degree at Northern Arizona University (NAU). Students completing this degree will transfer 60–64 credits to NAU. Students planning to transfer to a university other than NAU should see an advisor. This degree results in an AGEC-A, which is transferable to all Arizona public universities.
AGEC-A Requirements: 35 credits
|*All AGEC coursework must be selected from the approved AGEC list.|
|Composition (6 credits)|
|ENG 101||College Composition I||3|
|ENG 102||College Composition II||3|
|Mathematics (3 credits)|
|MAT 140 or higher||College Math with Algebra Review (5) or higher||3|
|Arts/Humanities (6 credits)|
|Two courses from different disciplines||Two courses from different disciplines||6|
|Social/Behavioral Sciences (6 credits)|
|POS 220||Arizona and National Constitution||3|
|One course.||Any SBS course excluding Political Science (POS)||3|
|Physical/Biological Sciences (8 credits)|
|Two courses||Two courses||8|
General Education Options
|Any AGEC coursework to complete 35 credits.||0-6|
|Must be met within the General Education requirements by a minimum of 2 courses.|
|Intensive Writing/Critical Inquiry||"W"|
|Contemporary Global/International Awareness or Historical Awareness||"C"|
Electives (25 credits)
|Choose any 25 elective credit hours from any of the following areas:|
|Recommended: Any 4 credits of Internship||Internship I||4|
|CTM||Construction Technology Management|
The outcomes identified below define the knowledge and skill sets that graduates of this program will possess at the end of their program of study.
- Comprehend the scientific principles used in vocational technology.
- Comprehend the use and relationship of liberal arts within vocational technology.
- Demonstrate a fundamental knowledge in construction drafting, design, and layout.
- Possess the appropriate skills and knowledge to enter into and succeed in upper division courses leading to a bachelor’s degree in vocational education.