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General Technology Program

Overview

This degree program provides a foundation for students who wish to pursue individual career goals and an alternative for currently employed adults who wish to continue their formal education. The electives in this program may be earned by taking appropriate courses, by transferring applicable credit earned in a diploma program at a Tennessee College of Applied Technology or technical certificate at a community college, through recognized industry, certification programs, and by portfolio assessment of college-level learning gained through employment. Students should seek advisement from the Math/Science division faculty or Business Technology faculty in order to choose appropriate electives based upon their area of interest.*

*To enhance their skills for the workplace, students may wish to target their choice of elective credits toward specific technical or business areas of emphasis.

For more information about Technical Certificates and elective courses, see the links below.

Technology Emphasis

Technical Certificates

Technical Courses

Business Emphasis

Business Course Listing

Nuclear Technology Emphasis

NEW FOR 2024: The Nuclear Technology Program (NTP) will be under Roane State’s engineering and technology pathway and its Associate of Applied Science in General Technology degree. Three new classes will be added to existing AAS General Technology curricula, and all three classes will be taught by experienced nuclear industry experts. The classes include:

  1. Nuclear Science and Radiochemistry

  2. Nuclear Systems & Operations

  3. Radiation Detection Measurements
     

For more information about this new emphasis, contact Dr. Joseph R Stainback IV, director of the Nuclear Technology Program, stainbackjr1@roanestate.edu.

 

Nuclear Technology

NEW FOR 2024: The Nuclear Technology Program (NTP) will be under Roane State’s engineering and technology pathway and its Associate of Applied Science in General Technology degree. Three new classes will be added to existing AAS General Technology curricula, and all three classes will be taught by experienced nuclear industry experts. The classes include:

  1. Nuclear Science and Radiochemistry

  2. Nuclear Systems & Operations

  3. Radiation Detection Measurements
     

For more information about this new emphasis, contact Dr. Joseph R Stainback IV, director of the Nuclear Technology Program, stainbackjr1@roanestate.edu.

 

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