Cowley College

Career & Tech Ed

Applied Technologies

APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES
(Associate of General Studies Degree)

The Applied Technologies AGS (Associate of General Studies) allows for students to transfer in 32 Cr. for at least 660 Clock hours of acceptable technical courses. An additional 30 credit hours of specific General Education requirements are required to obtain the Assoc. of General Studies.Click to open applied technologies PDF
COURSE NUMBERCOURSE NAMEHOURS
--SEMESTER 1SEMESTER 2SEMESTER 3SEMESTER 4
GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
Basic Skills (12 hours)
ENG2211 Composition I 3
ENG2212 Composition II 3
Computer Literacy (3 hours)
CAP1516 Computer Applications or Computer Literacy*

3

Humanities (6 hours), 2 Different Departments
PHO6460 Ethics

3

COM2711 or
COM2725
Public Speaking or
Interpersonal Communication
3
Social Sciences (6 hours), 2 Different Departments
Social Science Elective*

3

Social Science Elective* 3
Mathematics (3 hours)
MTH4411 Intermediate Algebra or any higher level math class*

3

Laboratory Sciences (5hours)
Laboratory Science Elective* 5
Health & Physical Education (1 hour)
Health & Physical Education Elective* 1
GENERAL EDUCATION HOURS 30

15

15

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS

This degree was developed for students who have obtained credit hours or contact hours from an accredited vocational-technical school. To be eligible for graduation, students must complete the general education requirements and transfer at least 660 contact hours or 32 technical credit hours to complete the technical requirements of this degree. If students transfer to Cowley College with less than 32 technical credit hours, additional general education courses must be successfully completed before receiving the degree. If needed, these students can choose additional general education courses that best meet their needs. A minimum 15 credit hours must be completed at Cowley College in order for a degree to be granted.

CORE TECHNICAL HOURS (32 Min) — Transfer 32
TOTAL HOURS (62 Minimum) — Transfer 32 15 15

*See List of Electives that fulfill General Education Requirements
October 31, 2014