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General Technology (309999)

Degree: Associate in Applied Science, AAS


The General Technology program provides a combination of occupationally oriented courses to meet specific career objectives and the opportunity to get cross-training in two or more specialties to meet the needs of employees who have a variety of job responsibilities. The student and the academic advisor work together to design a sequence of existing courses to meet employment objectives.

• ENG 155 or equivalent test scores
• MAT 155 or equivalent test scores

In the Real World

Graduates from the Associate in Applied Science with a major in General Technology serve a variety of capacities, including technical maintenance, HVAC systems, base maintenance, welding, and health care customer service. Other graduates are involved with technical marketing depending on the technical specialties selected.

Career Placement

At FDTC, we believe that education deserves results - that’s why we want to watch our students succeed in the real world. Florence-Darlington Technical College works diligently to match students with relevant jobs in our community so that they can put their hard-earned education to work. We partner with successful alumni and local businesses to ensure our students get the best possible career upon graduation. Our Career Services Office offers a variety of services to help students succeed including: resume coaching, on-campus recruiting & career fairs, online job postings, professional development workshops, personality evaluations, internship placement assistance, and other online career building resources. We encourage all students to schedule a meeting with a Career Services Coach at (843) 661-8075 to explore their post-graduation opportunities. Find out about what Career Services can do for you. What does your future look like?

Learning Goals/Objectives

Graduates will:
• Demonstrate the ability to reason and solve quantitative problems using a variety of formats including words, tables, graphs, and mathematical expressions. (Quantitative Literacy)
• Demonstrate the ability to review information from a variety of sources: readings, lectures, and discussions to formulate a well-reasoned conclusion that addresses a specific issue and reflects the material presented. (Critical Thinking)
• Apply application software to course related materials. (Applied Technology)
• Construct a composition that is clear, well organized, informative, grammatically correct, and free of spelling errors. (Written Communications)
• Research, develop, and deliver a speech that is: clear, well-organized, informative, and persuasive. (Oral Communications)
• Demonstrate the ability to understand and apply material from academic, technical, professional, and personal readings. (Reading Comprehension)

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