Technical Study- Associate of Technical Study

For information, contact the department of Engineering Technology, or general advising. Departmental contact information is as follows: Engineering Technology in 301 Mosler Hall - Hamilton Campus, 513-785-1808. Regional Academic Advising: Hamilton campus - 513-785-3129; Middletown campus -  513-727-3440 . 

This technically-oriented program is offered through the combined disciplines of commerce, computer information technology, health technology, services technology, and engineering technology. Students work with a university 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. Students can choose a concentration out of the following: Building and Industrial Technology; Business Technology;  Health and Allied Health Technology; Information Technology; and Services Technology.

Program Requirements

(62 semester hours)

Nontechnical Courses
ENG 111Composition and Rhetoric3
EGS 215Workplace Writing3
Select one of the following:3
Principles of Public Speaking
Introduction to Interpersonal Communication
Small Group Communication
Basic program support courses
Select at least 3 hours in each category: Math, science, and computing courses9
Other MPF courses (Note: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)8
Technical Subject Areas30
Approved course work in building and industrial technology or information technology, or business technology,or health and allied health technology, or services technology 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 Electives6
Total Credit Hours62