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Automotive Technology, Aviation & Engineering Pathway

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Automotive Technology, Aviation & Engineering Pathway
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Occupational Studies – Associate in Applied Science (OCST.AAS)

This Associate of Applied Science is designed specifically for students who have completed an apprenticeship program and received a certificate of completion from the U.S. Department of Labor/Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training. Apprenticeship occupations accepted are carpenter, cement mason, structural draftsman, machine builder, machine repair and maintenance, millwright, wood model maker, mold maker (plaster and die cast), operating engineer, plumber, pipe fitter, tool and die maker. Other apprenticeship programs would need to be reviewed on a case-by-case for consideration by the lead faculty. The curriculum will provide students with a strong academic foundation and introduce them to new ideas in sustainability, business, and entrepreneurship and computer systems.

Minimum credits61
Minimum cumulative GPA2.0
Minimum grade in all courses2.0
Minimum JC credits15
MACRAO AgreementNo

ADO 1: Write clearly, concisely and intelligibly

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ADO 2: Speak clearly, concisely and intelligibly

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ADO 3: Demonstrate computational skills and mathematical reasoning

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ADO 4: Demonstrate scientific reasoning

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ADO 5: Understand human behavior and social systems, the principles which govern them and their implications for the present and future

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ADO 6: Understand aesthetic experience and artistic creativity

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ADO 7: Think critically

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ADO 8: Make responsible decisions in personal and professional contexts

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ADO 9: Work productively with others, recognizing individual contributions to group success

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ADO 10: Understand and respect the diversity and interdependence of the world’s peoples and cultures

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Occupational Studies Core Requirements – (17 credits)

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Occupational Studies Elective Requirements (20 credits)

Apprenticeship Certificate of Completion

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* You may meet this prerequisite based on your course placement, ACT score or successful college coursework. Visit our web site for current assessment options and requirements.

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