Technical Study- Associate of Technical Study
For information, contact the departments of Engineering Technology, Computer Information Technology, Commerce, or general advising. Departmental contact information is as follows: Engineering Technology in 301 Mosler Hall - Hamilton Campus, 513-785-3132, Commerce Department in 106 University Hall - Hamilton Campus, 513-785-7706, and the Office of Academic Advising in 1 Johnston Hall - Middletown, 513-727-3440.
This technically-oriented program is offered through the combined disciplines of commerce, computer information technology, and engineering technology. Students work with a faculty advisor to develop an interdisciplinary plan of study with an area of concentration and a well-rounded program. Through this program, you have the flexibility to tailor an associate degree to your specific needs.
(62 semester hours)
|Nontechnical Courses 1|
|ENG 111||Composition and Rhetoric||3|
|EGS 215||Workplace Writing||3|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Principles of Public Speaking|
|Introduction to Interpersonal Communication|
|Small Group Communication|
|Basic program support courses 1|
|Select at least 3 hours in each category: Math, science, and computing courses||17|
|Technical Subject Areas||32|
|Approved course work in engineering technology and/or computer technology/computer and information technology and/or commerce approved by the Associate of Technical Studies Review Committee as constituting a well-defined, coherent program leading to marketable, technical job skills.|
|Remaining Miami Plan Foundation or Electives||4|
|Total Credit Hours||62|
Nontechnical and basic program support courses must include at least 12 semester hours of the Miami Plan Foundation (MPF) in four of the five MPF areas.