The Associate of Applied Science Technology degree in General Industrial Technology is designed to develop skills and knowledge that can be applied in a variety of industries and facilities with a focus on installation, maintenance and management of technical, electrical, and mechanical systems A broad base of study in electronics, fluid power, mechanical systems, machine tool, welding and wiring is offered. Hands-on practice and theoretical knowledge will prepare individuals for a variety of entry-level electrical/mechanical technician positions or technical support positions in the industrial, manufacturing, technology or commercial environments.
Salary: $35,180–$53,370 / year (Nevada)
Career Outlook: Above average growth
Good To Know: Leads to employment as a maintenance or industrial technician
The purpose of the Associate of Applied Science degree in Technology is to provide employment-related knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in a chosen field of study.
A minimum of 60 total credits chosen from the following categories:
Program Requirements36 Units (Credits)
|AIT 101||Fundamentals of Applied Industrial Technology||4|
|AIT 155||Applied Industrial Technology Hands On Lab||3|
|DFT 110||Blueprint Reading For Industry||3|
|Any MTT courses||5|
|Any WELD courses||5|
|Choose at least 16 units from the following:|
AIT, CADD, ELM, ET, ENRG, IT, MTT, MT, WELD
General Education Requirements24 Units (Credits)
Recommended: BUS107 Must include a writing course
Recommended: BUS 110
|Humanities/Social Science Requirement||3|
|U.S. and Nevada Constitution Requirement||3|
A list of all courses filling general education requirements for the Associate of Applied Science can be found on the Associate of Applied Science page.
Suggested Course Sequence
Program Requirements: 60 Credits. Please see a counselor or academic advisor for more information.
First Semester: 13 Credits
|English Course (BUS 107 Recommended)||3|
|Mathematics Course (BUS 110 recommended)||3|
Second Semester: 15 Credits
Third Semester: 14 Credits
|Human Relations Course (BUS 110 Recommended)||3|
|Humanities/Social Science Course||3|
Fourth Semester: 14 Credits
|US and Nevada Constitution||3|