Associate Degree (College of Technology)

The College of Technology is a specialized curriculum that allows a student to begin technology or engineering technology studies at any of the state’s twelve Community Colleges with the ultimate goal of achieving a 4-year, baccalaureate degree in Technology at Central Connecticut State University or Charter Oak State College.   The curriculum is designed to serve as the first two years of the Bachelor of Science degree.  Some courses in this program are not offered at Middlesex Community College but can be taken at other Connecticut community colleges.

Graduation Checklist

Technology Studies Degree – Graduation Checklist

Technology Studies Degree- Engineering Technology Option  – Graduation Checklist

A Graduation Checklist is a printable list of course requirements you will use when you meet with your academic advisor each semester.  The checklist helps you keep track of your progress from when you first enter MxCC to when you are ready to graduate.


Technology Studies by Requirements

General Education Core

27 Credits

ENG*101 Composition

 3

COM*173 Public Speaking

 3

ENG*202 Technical Writing

3

Philosophy Elective

  3

Fine Arts Elective

3

History or Economics Elective

 3

Geography Elective or Political Science or History Elective

3

Economics Elective

 3

Psychology or Sociology Elective

  3

 

 

Science and Math Core

15-16 Credits

CHE*111 Concepts of Chemistry or CHE*121 General Chemistry

 4

PHY*110 Introductory Physics or PHY*121 General Physics I

 4

MAT*168 Elementary Statistics & Probability I

 4

MAT*186 Pre-Calculus orTrigonometry

 3-4

Technology/Management Core

9 Credits

CAD*110 or CAD*219

 3

Directed Elective

 3

Directed Elective

3

Courses in Option
Technical Electives

 15

Total Credits: 
 66 -67

 


 

Technology Studies By Semester

First Semester

16 Credits

ENG*101 Composition

3

History or Economics Elective

 3

Technical Elective

 3

CHE*111 Concepts of Chemistry or CHE*121 General Chemistry I

  4

CAD*110 or CAD*219

 3

Second Semester

16-17 Credits

COM*173 Public Speaking

  3

PHY*110 Introductory Physics or PHY*121 General Physics I

 4

MAT*186 Pre-Calculus or Trigonometry

 3-4

Geography Elective or Political Science or History Elective

 3

Technical Elective

 3

Third Semester

16 Credits

ENG*202 Technical Writing

 3

Fine Arts Elective

 3

MAT*168 Elementary Statistics & Probability I

  4

Technical Elective

 3

Directed Elective

 3

Fourth Semester

18 Credits

Philosophy Elective

 3

Psychology Elective or Sociology  Elective

 3

Economics  Elective

 3

Technical Elective

  3

Technical Elective

 3

Directed Elective

 3

Total Credits:
66-67

 


College of Technology: Technology Studies: Engineering Technology Option

 

General Education Courses

27 Credits

ENG*101 Composition

3

COM*173 Public Speaking

 3

ENG*202 Technical Writing

 3

Philosophy

 3

Fine Arts

 3

History or Economics

 3

Geography or Political Science or History

 3

Economics

 3

Psychology or Sociology

 3

Specialized Courses

31 Credits

CHE*121 General Chemistry I

 4

PHY*121 General Physics I

 4

CHE*122 General Chemistry II or PHY*122 General Physics II

 4

MAT*168 Elementary Statistics and Probability I

  4

MAT*254 Calculus I

 4

MAT*256 Calculus II

 4

CAD*110 Introduction to CAD or CAD*219 Drafting

 3

MAT*186 Pre-Calculus

 4

Option

9 Credits

EGR*211 Statics

 3

EGR*212 Dynamics

 3

Directed Elective

 3

Total Credits:
  67

 

Technology Studies: Engineering Technology Option By Semester

Full-time students should follow the four-semester sequence listed below in order to graduate in two years.

First Semester

17 Credits

ENG*101 Composition

3

History or Economics Elective

 3

MAT*186 Pre-Calculus

 4

CHE*121 General Chemistry I

 4

CAD*110 or CAD*219

 3

Second Semester

17 Credits

COM*173 Public Speaking

 3

PHY*121 General Physics I

 4

MAT*254 Calculus I

 4

Geography Elective or Political Science Elective or
History Elective

 3

Directed Elective

 3

Third Semester

18 Credits

ENG*202 Technical Writing

 3

Fine Arts Elective

 3

MAT*168 Elementary Statistics & Probability I

 4

MAT*256 Calculus II

 4

PHY*122 General Physics or CHE*122 General Chemistry II

 4

Fourth Semester

15 or 16 Credits

Philosophy Elective

3

Psychology Elective or Sociology  Elective

 3

Economics  Elective

  3

Directed Elective

 3-4

EGR*211 Statics

  3

Course(s) in Option

3 Credits

EGR*212 Dynamics

 3

Total Credits: 
66-67

 

 

 


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