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Associate of Applied Science Programs

AAS in Agribusiness
AAS in Automotive Technology
AAS in Child Care Management
AAS in Computer Information Systems
AAS in Construction Management
AAS in Diesel & Heavy Duty Mechanics Technology
AAS in Equine Management
AAS in Industrial Manufacturing Technology
AAS in Industrial Mechanics Technology
AAS in Innovative Livestock Management
AAS in Machine Tool Technology
AAS in Natural Resources
AAS in Precision Agriculture
AAS in Salon Business
AAS in Teaching English as a Second Language
AAS in Welding Technology

 


 

ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE DEGREES

General Program Description & Outcomes:  Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

The Associate of Applied Science degrees are offered for students who plan to seek employment immediately after completing their program of study. It requires a majority of the training to be in specific career and technical education theory and skill courses.

The Associate of Applied Science degrees require the completion of 60 to 69 credit hours. Specific requirements of the degree can be found in the appropriate sections of below. The field of study completed will be indicated on the diploma.

 


 

AAS in Agribusiness

Department: Business

Program Contact: Jay Olsen
Phone: (435)283-7335
Email: jay.olsen@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/business
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_bus.html    

Program Description & Outcomes:  

For a description of this program and its outcomes, click here.

Requirements:
  • AGBS 1010 Fundamentals of Animal Science (4)
  • AGBS 1100 Agri. Business Career Explorations (2)
  • AGBS 2020 Intro. To Agri. Economics & Agri. Business (3)
  • AGBS 2030 Agricultural Managerial Analysis & Decision Making (3)
  • BUS 1010 Introduction to Business (3)
  • BUS 1060 QuickBooks for Small Business (3)
  • Six Credits from the following
    • BUS 1020 Computer Technology and Applications (3)
    • BUS 1170 Team and Interpersonal Dynamics (3)
    • BUS 1210 Personal Finance (3)
    • BUS 1300 Social Media Marketing (3)
    • BUS 2050 Business Law (3)
    • BUS 2450 Presentations for Business (3)
    • BUS 2650 Management Principles for Entrepreneurs (3)
  • ENGL 1010 Expository Composition (3)
  • AGBS 1715 Technical Math
      or
    MATH 1030 Quantitative Literacy (3)
      or
    MATH 1040 Intro. To Statistics (3)
  • ECON 1740 US Economic History (3) or HIST 1700 American Civilization (3)
  • Fine Arts (3)
  • Humanities (3)
  • BIOL 1010 General Biology (Agronomy Emphasis take BIOL 1610) (3)
  • BIOL 1015 General Biology Lab (Agronomy Emphasis take BIOL 1615 (1)
  • One area of emphasis (20)

Required Credits: 63

Areas of Emphasis in Agribusiness

Area of Emphasis: Agribusiness & Management (20 credits from the following)

  • ACCT 1200 Tax Preparation (1)
  • PHSC 1000 Interdisciplinary Physical Science (3)
  • BUS 1210 Personal Finance (3)
  • One of the following:
    • BUS 1600 Entrepreneurship Seminar (2)  (must be an additional class to the core class options)
    • BUS 2650 Management Principles for Entrepreneurs (3)
    • BUS 2050 Business Law (3)
  • ACCT 2010 Financial Accounting (3)
  • ACCT 2020 Managerial Accounting (3)
  • ECON 2010 Introduction to Microeconomics (3)
  • ECON 2020 Introduction to Macroeconomics (3)

Animal Science - Area of Emphasis (20 credits from the following)

  • PHSC 1000 Interdisciplinary Physical Science (3)
  • BUS 1600 Entrepreneurship Seminar (2)
  • AGBS 2200 Anatomy & Physiology of Domestic Animals & 2205 Lab (4) or
    AGBS 2500 Animal Breeding (4)
  • AGBS 2400 Livestock Feeds and Feeding (4)
  • AGBS 1420 Livestock Production Practices (2)
  • NR 1010 Introduction to Natural Resources (2)
  • NR 2030 Agricultural Ecosystem Management (3)
  • NR 2425 Plant Identification (2)

Agronomy - Area of Emphasis – (20 credits from the following)

  • AGTM 2500 Irrigation Management (3)
  • AGTM 2600 Aerial Imagery - Drones in Ag and Computer Applications (3)
  • AGTM 1330 Chemicals and Applications (2)
  • BIOL 1610 Biology I and 1615 Lab (5)
  • BIOL 2300 Plant Taxonomy and 2305 Lab (4)
  • BIOL 2580 Introduction to Soil Science (3) and
    BIOL 2585 Introduction to Soil Science Lab (1)
  • NR 1010 Introduction to Natural Resources (2) or
    NR 2030 Agricultural Ecosystem Management (3)
  • PHSC 1000 Interdisciplinary Physical Science (3)

Range - Area of Emphasis – (20 credits from the following)

  • AGBS 1420 Livestock Production Practices (2)
  • AGBS 2400 Livestock Feeds and Feeding (4)
  • AGTM 1330 Pesticide Applications (2) or
    NR 2805 Short Term Training in Natural Resources (1-2)
  • AGTM 2600 Aerial Imagery - Drones in Ag and Computer Applications (3)
  • BIOL 2300 Plant Taxonomy and 2305 Lab (4)
  • NR 1010 Introduction to Natural Resources (2)
  • NR 1020 Field Inventory and Sampling Techniques (3)
  • NR 2030 Agricultural Ecosystem Management (3)
  • NR 2060 Survey of Hydrology (3)
  • NR 2425 Plant Identification (2)
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AAS in Automotive Technology

Department: Transportation Technology

Contact: Brent Reese
Phone: (435) 893-2215
Email: brent.reese@snow.edu 

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/trans

Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_trans.html

Program Description & Outcomes:  

For program outcomes, click here.

Program Requirements:

Core Courses:

  • AUTO 1000 Safety and Basics (1)
  • AUTO 1101 Auto Engine Repair Lecture (2)
  • AUTO 1105 Auto Engine Repair Lab (1)
  • AUTO 1201 Auto Automatic Trans. & Transaxles Lecture (2)
  • AUTO 1205 Auto Automatic Trans. & Transaxles Lab (3)
  • AUTO 1301 Auto Manual Trans. & Transaxles Lecture (2)
  • AUTO 1305 Auto Manual Trans. & Transaxles Lab (3)
  • AUTO 1401 Auto Suspension & Steering Lecture (2)
  • AUTO 1405 Auto Suspension & Steering Lab (2)
  • AUTO 1501 Auto Brakes Lecture (2)
  • AUTO 1505 Auto Brakes Lab (2)
  • AUTO 1601 Auto Basic Electronics (4)
  • AUTO 1605 Auto Basic Electronics Lab (1)
  • AUTO 1801 Auto Fuel, Emissions, & Ignition Systems Lecture (3)
  • AUTO 1805 Auto Fuel, Emissions, & Ignition Systems Lab (2)
  • AUTO 2601 Auto Electrical & Electronics II Lecture (4)
  • AUTO 2605 Auto Electrical & Electronics II Lab (2)
  • DMT 2701 Auto Heating and Air Conditioning Lecture (2)
  • DMT 2705 Auto Heating and Air Conditioning. Lab (2)
  • AUTO 2801 Auto Engine Performance Lecture (3)
  • AUTO 2805 Auto Engine Performance Lab (2)

Computer Requirement (3)

  • BUS 1020 Computer Technology and Applications (3)

Communication Requirement (3)

  • BUS 2200 Business Communication (3)
  • ENGL 1010 Expository Composition (3)

Computation Requirement (3-4)

  • AT 1715 Applied Technical Math (3)
  • MATH 1050 College Algebra (4)

Human Relations Requirement (3)

  • BUS 1170 Human Relations in Organizations (3)
  • GNST 1200 Foundations (FND) (3)

Electives (consult with an advisor) (4)

  • AUTO 1001 Automotive Technology I (6)
  • AUTO 1002 Automotive Technology II (6)
  • AUTO 1039 Automotive Technology III (2-6)
  • AUTO 1509 Hot Rod & Performance Vehicles (2)
  • AUTO 2900 Special Projects (1-2)
  • AUTO 2990 Shop Practicum I (2-12)
  • AUTO 2991 Shop Practicum II (2-12)
  • GNST 1010 College Study Skills (2)

Required Credits: 63-67

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AAS in Child Care Management

Department: Home & Family Studies

Program Contact: Danni Larsen
Phone: (435)-7487
Email: danni.larsen@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/hfst
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_hfst.html   

Program Description & Outcomes:  

Child Care Management offers specific training in the education and care of children ages newborn through 8 years of age. The program also offers important business skills needed to start and operate home or commercial child care services. Students who earn an AAS degree (which requires 63 semester hours of study and usually takes two years to complete) are eligible for job entry

This Child Care Management program offers practical and theoretical training for students desiring to be successful in home and family settings. 

Outcomes:

Students who complete the recommended Child Care Management curriculum at Snow College will be able to

  • identify developmentally appropriate practice as it applies to guidance of young children.
  • plan and execute meaningful and challenging developmentally appropriate curriculum and management techniques in the multi-age early childhood classroom.
  • plan nutritious meals for the early childhood classroom.
  • recognize growth and developmental characteristics of the infant, toddler, preschool, and young school age child.
  • demonstrate Child Care Management principles by creating a comprehensive business portfolio that includes artifacts that demonstrate the six competencies identified by NAEYC for their Child Care Facility Managers.
Requirements:

Core Requirements (27):

A “C” grade or higher is required for each of the following core classes.

  • HFST 1020 Principles of Nutrition (3)
  • HFST 1500 Human Development (3)
  • HFST 2120 Nutrition for Children (3)
  • HFST 2400 Family Relations (3)
  • HFST 2500 Early Childhood* (3)
  • HFST 2610 Guidance of Young Children* (3)
  • HFST 2620 Creative Experiences For Children (3)
  • HFST 2880 Practicum in Preschool Training A* (3)
  • HFST 2885 Practicum in Preschool Training B* (2)
  • HFST 2990 Seminar in Preschool Teaching* (1)

*Prerequisites Required

Marketing / Management Core Requirements (8):

  • HFST 1600 Child Care As A Business (2)
  • Choose 6 credits from the following in consultation with advisor:
    • HFST 2250 Personal and Consumer Management (3)
    • BUS 1010 Introduction to Business (2)
    • HFST 1210 Personal Finance (3) or BUS 1210 Personal Finance (3)
    • BUS 1270 Strategic Selling (3)
    • BUS 1300 Social Media Marketing (3)
    • BUS 2650 Management Principles for Entrepreneurs (3)
    • HFST 2800 Special Projects (1-2)
    • HFST 1997 Home and Family Studies Internship I (1-3)
    • HFST 2997 Home and Family Studies Internship I (1-3)
    • Others as determined useful to the degree through advisor - student consultation

Required Related Courses:

  • Computation: MATH 1010 or any Math GE (3-4) (C- or higher)
  • Communications: ENGL 1010 Expository Composition (3) (C- or higher)
  • Human Relations: COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communications (3)
  • PE 1096 Fitness and Wellness (1)
  • Related Instruction:
    • PE 1543 First Aid (3)
    • PE 2222 Playground and Recreation (3)

Electives:

  • Complete 12 to 14 credits from elective courses. All HFST courses not counted in other areas are recommended. GE courses also recommended.

Required Credits: 63

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AAS in Computer Information Systems - Networking

Department: Information Technology

Contact: Mike Medley
Phone: (435) 893-2264
Email: mike.medley@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/cis

Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_itec.html

Program Description & Outcomes:  

Snow College Computer Information Systems provides an engaging learning environment that prepares students for employment in the computer networking field through current, rigorous, and hands-on learning activities.

Computer Information Systems covers a broad range of career opportunities. You could be a IT network administrator, IT network analyst, IT project manager, or an IT network technician. Companies large and small need employees skilled in CIS-related specialties, resulting in extensive options for a successful career.

If you like working with information, a database administrator position might be a good career for you. If puzzles or math intrigue you, programming could be a good choice. The beauty of computer information systems is that you can choose your specialty in a demanding career field where there are ample career opportunities to choose from. In Utah the average salary for a Network Administrator is $67,380, a web developer could earn around $50,000 a year, computer programmers earn around $46,000 a year, and software engineering averages a competitive salary of $77,558.

For program outcomes, click here.

Requirements:

AAS Core Courses (42):

  • CIS 1060 IT Project Management (3)
  • CIS 1125 IT Essentials: PC Hardware and Software (3)
  • CIS 1140 Network Essentials (3)
  • CIS 1200 Introduction to Networks (3)
  • CIS 1205 Routing and Switching Essentials (3)
  • CIS 1310 Network Security Fundamentals (3)
  • CIS 1620 Linux Fundamentals (3)
  • CIS 2200 Scaling Networks in the Enterprise (3)
  • CIS 2205 Wide Area Networking Fundamentals (3)
  • CIS 2210 Cisco ROUTE: Implementing IP Routing (3)
  • CIS 2215 Cisco SWITCH: Implementing IP Switching (3)
  • CIS 2220 Cisco TSHOOT: Maintaining and Troubleshooting IP Networks (3)
  • CIS 2250 Cisco VOIP Networking Fundamentals (3)
  • CIS 2300 Cisco Wireless Networking Fundamentals (3)

Composition Requirement (3):

  • BUS 2200 Business Communication (3)
  • BUS 2450 Presentations for Business (3) 
  • ENGL 1010 Expository Composition (3)
    (If you plan on transferring into a B.S. degree program, you will eventually need ENGL 1010.)

Computation Requirement (3):

  • AT 1715 Applied Technical Math (3)
  • BUS 1060 QuickBooks for Small Business (3)
  • MATH 1050 College Algebra (4)
    (If you plan on transferring into a B.S. degree program, you will eventually need MATH 1050)

Human Relations Requirement (3):

  • BUS 1170 Human Relations in Organizations (3)
  • GNST 1200 Foundations (3)

Electives (12-18 credits - choose 4-6 classes):

  • BUS 1020 Computer Technology & Applications (3)
  • BUS 1060 QuickBooks for Small Business (3)
  • BUS 1270 Strategic Selling (3)
  • BUS 1300 Social Media Marketing (3)
  • BUS 1600 Entrepreneurship Seminar (3)
  • BUS 2222 Entrepreneurship (3)
  • BUS 2650 Management Principles for Entrepreneurs (3)

These courses come from the Certificate of Proficiency in Entrepreneurship.

Required Credits: 63

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AAS in Construction Management

Department: Construction Technology

Program Contact: Don Saltzman
Phone: (435)283-7577
Email: don.saltzman@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/cm

Department’s catalog page: www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_cnst.html

Program Description & Outcomes:  

The Construction Management (CM) Program at Snow College offers students excellent, practical training in state-of-the-art residential and light commercial construction. Students develop or enhance their skills in areas such as cabinet making and millwork, rough and finish carpentry, architectural drafting (including Computer-aided drafting systems), computerized estimating and work scheduling. An advisory committee consisting of industry professionals is consulted regularly to enhance the program and keep its offerings current.

Students who enroll in this program must be in good mental and physical condition so they can perform required tasks. For some courses, a student must be able to lift 100 lbs., be able to climb ladders and scaffolding, and operate power equipment safely. Meeting these requirements will help students work towards a safe and rewarding career in the construction industry.

The two-year curriculum also includes management and business courses students need to become successful contractors, builders, carpenters, cabinetmakers, or subcontractors. In addition, the program offers a solid base for students who want to transfer into advance programs that lead to professional employment in the construction industry, such as industrial education, construction management, or architecture.

For program outcomes, click here

Requirements:

Construction Technology - Core Courses: (30 credits)

  • CM 1155 Construction Print Reading (3)
  • CM 1200 Building Science Fundamentals (3)
  • CM 1210 Construction Technologies Lab I (3)
  • CM 1710 Construction Technologies lab II (3)
  • CM 2020 Materials and Methods I (3)
  • CM 2030 Materials and Methods II (3)
  • CM 2275 Construction Codes and Zoning (3)
  • CM 2460 Construction Scheduling and Cost Control (3)
  • CM 2610 Architectural Drafting (3)
  • CM 2850 Construction Math and Estimating (3)

Construction Technology - choose 2-4 courses (6-12 Credits)

  • CM 1290 Electrical Wiring (3)
  • CM 1997 Internship – First Year (1-3)
  • CM 2010 Framing Methods (5)
  • CM 2150 Cabinet Construction (3)
  • CM 2210 Construction Technologies Lab III (3)
  • CM 2710 Construction Technologies Lab IV (3)
  • CM 2997 Internship – Second Year (1-3)
  • DRFT 1100 Architecture-Residential Design (3)
  • ENGR 2240 Surveying and Global Positioning (3)

Business Courses - choose 4- 6 courses (12-19 Credits)

  • +BUS 1020 Computer Technology and Applications (3)
  • +BUS 1060 QuickBooks for Small Business (3)
  • *BUS 1210 Personal and Consumer Finance (3) SS GE
  • +BUS 1300 Social Media Marketing (3)
  • +BUS 1600 Entrepreneurship Seminars (1)
  • +BUS 2222 Entrepreneurship (3)
  • +BUS 2650 Management Principles for Entrepreneurs (3)

Communication Requirement - choose 1 of the following courses (3credits)

  • +BUS 1270 Strategic Selling (3)
  • BUS 2200 Business Communications (3)
  • BUS 2450 Presentations for Business (3)
  • *ENGL 1010 Expository Composition (E1) (3)

Computation Requirement - choose 1 of the following courses (3-4 credits)

  • AT 1715 Applied Technical Math (3)
  • *MATH 1050 College Algebra (MA) (4)

Human Relations Requirement - choose 1 of the following courses (3 credits)

  • BUS 1170 Human Relations in Organizations (3)
  • COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communications (3)
  • GNST 1200 GE Foundations (3)

*recommended if student plans on obtaining a 4 year degree
+Students may earn a concurrent Certificate of Proficiency in Entrepreneurship by completing these 7 Business courses

Required Credits: 63

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AAS in Diesel & Heavy Duty Mechanics Technology

Department: Transportation Technology

Contact: Brent Reese
Phone: (435) 893-2215
Email: brent.reese@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/trans
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_trans.html

Program Description & Outcomes:  

For a description of this program and its outcomes, click here.

Requirements:

Core Courses:

  • AUTO 1000 Safety and Basics (1)
  • AUTO 1601 Electrical & Electronics I (4)
  • AUTO 1605 Electrical & Electronics I (1)
  • AUTO 2601 Electrical & Electronics II Lecture (4)
  • AUTO 2605 Electrical & Electronics II Lab (2)
  • DMT 1101 Diesel Engine Repair & Overhaul Lecture (2)
  • DMT 1105 Diesel Engine Repair & Overhaul Lab (3)
  • DMT 1301 Transmissions & Drivetrains Lecture (3)
  • DMT 1305 Transmissions & Drivetrains Lab (3)
  • DMT 1401 Steering & Suspension Lecture (2)
  • DMT 1405 Steering & Suspension Lab (2)
  • DMT 1501 Brakes Lecture (2)
  • DMT 1505 Brakes Lab (2)
  • DMT 1801 Computerized Engine Controls & Fuel Systems Lecture (2)
  • DMT 1805 Computerized Engine Controls & Fuel Systems Lab (2)
  • DMT 2311 Hydraulics & Pneumatics Lecture (2)
  • DMT 2315 Hydraulics & Pneumatics Lab (2)
  • DMT 2701 Heating & Air Conditioning Lecture (2)
  • DMT 2705 Heating & Air Conditioning Lab (2)
  • DMT 2801 Emissions Control Systems Lecture (2)
  • DMT 2805 Emissions Control Systems Lab (2)

Composition Requirement (3)

  • BUS 2200 Business Communication (3)
  • ENGL 1010 Expository Composition (3)

Computer Requirement (2-3)

  • BUS 1020 Computer Technology and Applications (3)

Computation Requirement (3-4)

  • AT 1715 Applied Technical Math (3)
  • MATH 1050 College Algebra (4)

Human Relations Requirement (3)

  • BUS 1170 Human Relations in Organizations (3)
  • GNST 1200 Foundations (FND) (3)

Electives (4)

  • AUTO 1001 Basic Automotive Technology I (5)
  • AUTO 1002 Basic Automotive Technology II (5)
  • DMT 1001 Intro to Diesel Technology I (5)
  • DMT 1002 Intro to Diesel Technology II (5)
  • AUTO 1509 Hot Rods and Performance Vehicles (2)
  • MTT 1000 Survey of Machine Tool (2)
  • MTT 1350 Related Machine Shop Practices (2)
  • WELD 1012 Oxy-Acetylene Welding (2)
  • WELD 1015 Cutting Processes (2)
  • WELD 1030 Related Oxy-Acetylene and Arc Welding (3)
  • MANF 2332 Mechanical CAD Drafting (4)
  • CMP 1000 Composite Basics (3)

Required Credits: 63-65

Notes:

*A safety component is included in this course.

**CDL course can be taken by contacting Lon Wheelwright at (435) 283-7378. Refer to the Commercial Driver License section of this catalog.

Program Prerequisite:

  • AUTO 1000 - Automotive Safety and Basics (1) or Demonstrate equivalent knowledge and competency
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AAS in Equine Management

Department: Business

Program Contact: Jay Olsen
Phone: (435)283-7335
Email: jay.olsen@snow.edu 

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/business
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_bus.html

Program Description & Outcomes:  

For a description of this program and its outcomes, click here.

Requirements:

Core Requirements:

  • ENGL 1010 Expository Composition (3)
  • MATH 1030, 1040, or 1050 Any Class that meets the MA requirement (3)
  • BUS 1270 Strategic Selling (3)
  • ECON 1740 US Economic History (3) or
    HIST 1700 American Civilization (3)
  • Fine Arts (3)
  • Humanities (3)
  • BIOL 1010 General Biology and 1015 lab (4) (BIOL 1610/1615 if transferring to USU)
  • AGBS 1010 Fundamentals of Animal Science (4)
  • AGBS 1100 Agriculture Career Exploration (2)
  • AGBS 2030 Analysis and Decision Making (3)
  • AGBS 1420 Livestock Production Practices (2)
  • BUS 1060 QuickBooks for Small Business (3)
  • Choose 6 credits (2 classes) from the following
    • BUS 1300 Social Media Marketing (3)
    • BUS 1210 Personal Finance (3)
    • BUS 2650 Management Principles for Entrepreneurs (3)
    • BUS 1480 Advertising and Promotion (3)
    • BUS 2050 Business Law (3)

Choose one Area of Emphasis (24)

Area of Emphasis: Equine Business Management

  • ACCT 2010 Financial Accounting (3)
  • BUS 1020 Introduction to Business (3) or
    ACCT 2020 Managerial Accounting (3)
  • AGBS 1700 Western Riding Skills I (3)
  • AGBS 1900 Horse Breaking and Training I (3)
  • AGBS 2020 Intro Ag Economics & Agri. Business Mgt. (3) or 
    ECON 2010 Introduction to Microeconomics (3)
  • AGBS 2700 Western Riding Skills II (3)
  • AGBS 2900 Horse Breaking and Training II (3)

Area of Emphasis: Equine Production Management

  • AGBS 1700 Western Riding Skills I (3)
  • AGBS 1900 Horse Breaking and Training I (3)
  • AGBS 2200 Anatomy &Physiology Domestic Animals & Lab (4)
  • AGBS 2400 Feeds and Feeding (4)
  • AGBS 2500 Breeding and Reproduction (4)
  • AGBS 2700 Western Riding Skills II (3)
  • AGBS 2900 Horse Breaking and Training II (3)

Required Credits: 63

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AAS in Industrial Manufacturing Technology

Department: Industrial Technology

Program Contact: Alan Hart
Phone: (435)893-2250
Email: alan.hart@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/industrialtech

Department’s catalog page: www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_indm.html

Program Description & Outcomes:  

For a description of this program and its outcomes, click here.

Requirements:

Core Courses:

  • MANF 1100 Manufacturing and Automation Tech (3)
  • MANF 1200 Introduction to Robotics (3)
  • MANF 1300 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (3)
  • MANF 1350 Manufacturing Processes and Design (3)
  • MANF 1400 Composites (3)
  • MANF 1500 Quality Control (3)
  • INDM 1050 Industrial Safety and Basics (1)
  • MANF 1060 Industrial Blueprint Reading (3)
  • INDM 1100 Industrial Mechanics I (3)
  • INDM 1600 Industrial Electricity (3)
  • INDM 1800 Industrial Hydraulics (3)
  • INDM 1900 Industrial Controls & PLC (3)
  • WELD 1030 Related Oxy-Acetylene and Arc Welding (3)
  • MANF 2332 Mechanical CAD Drafting (4)
  • MTT 2435 Computer Numerical Control Operations (4)
  • MTT 2440 Computer Aided Manufacturing (4)
  • CHEM 1010 Intro to Chemistry (3)
  • CHEM 1015 Intro to Chemistry Lab (1)

Communication Requirement (3)

  • ENGL 1010 Expository Composition (3)
  • BUS 2200 Business Communications (3)
    (If you plan on transferring into a Bachelor degree program, you will need ENGL 1010.)

Computation Requirement (3-4)

  • AT 1715 Applied Technical Math (3)
  • MATH 1050 College Algebra (4)
    (If you plan on transferring into a Bachelor degree program, you will need MATH 1050.)

Computer Requirement (3)

  • BUS 1020 Computer Technology and Applications (3)

Human Relations Requirement (3)

  • BUS 1170 Human Relations in Organizations (3)
  • GNST 1200 Foundations (FND) (3)

Required Credits: 63-64

Related Programs:

 

AAS in Industrial Mechanics Technology

Department: Industrial Technology

Program Contact: Ken Avery
Phone: (435) 893-2225
Email: ken.avery@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/industrialtech
Department’s catalog page: www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_indm.html

Program Description & Outcomes:  

This program is designed to give students a basic knowledge of maintaining and repairing a variety of machines and mechanical systems. Through lecture and practical lab experience students will learn the industrial mechanics skills needed in today’s industry.

Students pay regular college tuition plus the cost of tools, coveralls, and safety equipment during their training. The purchased equipment is the personal property of the student.

As an industrial mechanic, students will be maintaining and repairing a wide variety of machines, mechanical systems including factory machinery, food processing machinery, textile machinery, transportation equipment, and metal fabrication machinery. Students will diagnose mechanical pneumatic, hydraulic, and electrical problems. Students will be working with mathematics, blueprint reading, welding, electronics, and computers.

Students will be required to pass an entrance test with math and reading scores of an appropriate level. If the scores are too low, students will need to plan extra time to build those skills upon entering the program.

For program outcomes, click here.

Requirements:

Core Courses (58)

  • INDM 1050 Industrial Safety and Basics (1)
  • INDM 1060 Industrial Blueprint Reading (3)
  • INDM 1100 Industrial Mechanics I (3)
  • INDM 1200 Industrial Mechanics II (3)
  • INDM 1300 Industrial Mechanics III (3)
  • INDM 1400 Industrial Mechanics IV (3)
  • INDM 1500 Industrial Pneumatics (3)
  • INDM 1600 Industrial Electricity (3)
  • INDM 1620 Industrial Electronics (3)
  • INDM 1800 Industrial Hydraulics (3)
  • INDM 1840 Industrial Rigging (3)
  • INDM 1900 Industrial Controls & PLC (3)
  • BMGT 1700 Strategic Innovation (1)
  • CHEM 1010 Intro to Chemistry (3)
  • CHEM 1015 Intro to Chemistry Lab (1)
  • MTT 1110 Machine Tool I (3)
  • MTT 1125 Machine Tool Shop I (5)
  • WELD 1030 Related Welding (3)

Communication Requirement (Choose One)

  • ENGL 1010 Expository Composition (3)
    (If you plan on transferring into a Bachelor degree program, you will need ENGL 1010.)
  • BUS 2200 Business Communications (3)

Computation Requirement (3)

  • AT 1715 Applied Technical Math (3)
  • MATH 1050 College Algebra* (4)
    * (If you plan on transferring into a Bachelor degree program, you will need MATH 1050.)

Computer Requirement (3)

  • BUS 1020 Computer Technology and Applications (3)

Human Relations Requirement (3)

  • BUS 1170 Human Relations in Organizations (3)
  • GNST 1200 Foundations (FND) (3)

Required Credits: 63

Related Programs:

 

AAS in Innovative Livestock Management

Department: Business

Program Contact: Jay Olsen
Phone: (435)283-7335
Email: jay.olsen@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/business 
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_bus.html   

Program Description & Outcomes: 

This degree is designed to provide overall education with a management and production background to successfully be employed, or run a business in the agriculture livestock industry. The degree combines the learning processes of agriculture- business, animal science, agronomy, natural resources, and agriculture systems and technology. The AAS in Innovative Livestock Management offers advanced learning in agribusiness management, irrigation, and hydrology, cash flow projections, and analysis, grazing resource management, as well as technology in agriculture, giving students an impressive array of management skills. The course work includes 13 credits of general education and will provide the foundation for the 50 credits of Agriculture Business, Agriculture Technology and Mechanics, Business, Natural Resources, and Geology classes that are built into the curriculum.

For program outcomes, click here.

Requirements:

General Eduation Courses (13): 

  • MATH 1715, 1010, 1030, 1040, or 1050 Applied Technical Math, Intermediate Algebra, Quantitative Literacy, Introduction to Statistics, or College Algebra (3)
  • GNST 1200 GE Foundations requirement (3)
  • BIOL 1010 or CHEM 1010 General Biology or Introductory Chemistry & lab (4)
  • ENGL 1010 or BUS 2200 Expository Composition or Business Communication (3)

Core Requirements: 

  • AGBS 1010 Intro to Animal Science (4)
  • AGBS 1100 Agriculture Career Exploration (2)
  • AGBS 1420 Livestock Production Practices (2)
  • AGBS 2020 Ag Econ/Agribusiness Management (3)
  • AGBS 2030 Analysis and Decision making (3)
  • AGBS 2400 Feeds and Feeding (4)
  • AGBS 2500 Livestock Reproduction (4)
  • BUS 1020 or 2010 Computer Technology & App. or Business Computer Proficiency (3)
  • BUS 1060 QuickBooks for Small Business (3)
  • AGTM 1050 Farm Equipment Management, Maintenance, and Repair (3)
  • AGTM 1330 Chemicals and Applications (3)
  • AGTM 2500 Irrigation Systems, Equipment Maintenance, and Repair (3)
  • AGTM 2830 Forage and Grazing Management (3)
  • AGBS 1997 Internship (3)

Elective Courses (7): 

Choose 3-4 courses from the following list: 

  • AGBS 2200 & 2205 Anatomy and Physiology of Domestic Animals & lab (4)
  • AGTM 1210 Small Gasoline Engines (3)
  • AGTM 2600 Drones and Aerial Imagery in Agriculture (3)
  • GEO 1700 Fundamentals of GPS and GIS (3)
  • NR 1010 Introduction to Natural Resources (2)
  • NR 1020 Field Inventory & Sampling Techniques (3)
  • NR 2030 Agriculture Ecosystem Management (3)
  • NR 2425 Plant ID (2)

Required Credits: 63

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AAS in Machine Tool Technology

Department: Industrial Technology

Contact: Alan Hart
Phone: (435) 893-2250
Email: alan.hart@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/industrialtech

Department’s catalog page: www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_indm.html 

Program Description & Outcomes:  

Snow College offers a Machine Tool Technology program of 63 semester hours of instruction that prepares students to meet job entry requirements.

The machine tool program is designed to give students a basic knowledge of machining skills. Items covered include: math, blueprint reading, conventional lathe and mill operation, feeds and speeds, grinder operation, and the operation of computer numerical control (CNC) lathes and mills. Through lecture and practical lab experience, students can learn the machine tool operation skills needed in today’s industry.

Students pay regular college tuition plus the cost of tools and safety equipment during their training. The purchased equipment is the personal property of the student.

An Associate of Applied Science degree is offered in this program.

Exact course descriptions and hours for the Snow College Machine Tool Technology program match with other state schools and use national and international curriculum and task lists. There has been a working relationship between institutions to accept student hours and credit. Students have received training at Snow College Richfield campus, formerly SVATC, since 1993. 

Students will be required to pass an entrance test with math and reading scores of an appropriate level. If the scores are too low, students will need to plan extra time to build those skills before entering the program.

For program outcomes, click here.

Requirements:

Core Courses:

  • MTT 1110 Intro to Precision Machining (3)
  • MTT 1125 Intro to Precision Machining Lab (5)
  • MTT 1210 Intermediate Precision Machining (3)
  • MTT 1225 Intermediate Precision Machining Lab (5)
  • MTT 2330 Introduction to Computer Numerical Control (8)
  • MTT 2430 Computer Numerical Control Operations (8)
  • MTT 2716 Machine Tool Mathematics/Measurement (3)
  • MANF 1060 Industrial Print Reading (3)
  • MANF 1300 Geometric Dimensioning (3)
  • MANF 1500 Quality Control (3)
  • MANF 2332 Mechanical CAD Drafting (3)
  • WELD 1030 Related Oxy-acetylene & Arc Welding (3)
  • WELD 2320 Metallurgy (4)

Composition Requirement (Choose One)

  • ENGL 1010 Expository Composition (3)
    (If you plan on transferring into a Bachelor degree program, you will need ENGL 1010.)
  • BUS 2200 Business Communications (3)

Computation Requirement (3)

  • AT 1715 Applied Technical Math (3)
  • MATH 1050 College Algebra* (4)
    (If you plan on transferring into a Bachelor degree program, you will need MATH 1050.)

Computer Requirement (3)

  • BUS 1020 Computer Technology and Applications (3)

Human Relations Requirement (3)

  • BUS 1170 Human Relations in Organizations (3)
  • GNST 1200 Foundations (FND) (3)

Required Credits: 65

Suggested Electives:

  • MTT 1000 Survey of Machine Tool Tech (2)
  • MTT 1999 Cooperative Education (1-6)
  • MTT 2800 Special Projects (1-2)
  • GNST 1010 College Study Skills (1-2)
  • GNST 1020 College Success Skills (3)
  • WELD 1000 Welding Fundamentals (2)
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AAS in Natural Resources

Department: Natural Resources

Program Contact: Chad Dewey
Phone: (4353)283-7337
Email: chad.dewey@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edunatres

Department’s catalog page: hwww.snow.edu/catalog/dept_nr.html

Program Description & Outcomes:  

The Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree is a highly field-based program that prepares students for direct employment upon graduation. It accomplishes this by having students involved in government and private agency projects coupled with pertinent classroom instruction. The program prepares students to have an employment edge by providing certifications, instruction, experience, and knowledge required to be directly employable without the need for extensive on-the-job training. The program is designed to get students immediately involved in fieldwork through internships with public and private organizations such as the Forest Service, BLM, state agencies, and industrial organizations. Students will take fewer General Education (GE) classes, and focus more towards natural resources related courses. 

Requirements:

In addition to the courses that fulfill the core requirements (no double dipping), students should take a short-term training course and take at least 30 credits from the clusters below with at least one course from each cluster.

Core Classes (31):

  • NR 1010 Introduction to Natural Resources (2)
  • NR 1020 Environmental Sampling and Analysis (3)
  • NR 2010 Environmental Policy, Regulation, and Report Writing (1)
  • NR 2030 - Agricultural Ecosystem Management (3)
  • NR 2997 - Natural Resources Internship (3)
  • CHEM 1010/15 or Introductory Chemistry/ Lab (4)
       Or
    CHEM 1110/1115 Elementary Chemistry/Lab (5)
  • ENGL 1010 Expository English (3)
  • GEO 1700 Fundamentals GPS/GIS Navigation (3)
      Or
    GEO 1800 Interdisciplinary Introduction to GIS (3)
  • GNST 1200 Foundations (FND) (3)
      Or 
    COMM 1020 Public Speaking (3)
  • Math 1050 College Algebra (4) 
       Or
    Math 1040 Statistics (3)

Short-Term Training (specific to each student) (1-3):

Cluster Requirement (30):

Wildlife and Ecology Cluster (24)

  • NR 2610 Wildland Animal Ecology & Identification (3)
  • BIOL 1010 General Biology (3)
  • BIOL 1610/1615 Biology I (5)*
  • BIOL 1620/1625 Biology II (5)*
  • BIOL 2220/2225 Ecology (4)*
  • BIOL 2580/2585 Soil Science (4)*

Agriculture - Range Cluster (24)

  • NR 2425 Wildland Plant Identification (2)
  • AGBS 1010 Fundamentals of Animal Science (4)
  • AGBS 1100 Career Exploration/Ag-Business (2)
  • AGBS 2020 Agricultural Economics/Agribusiness Management (3)
  • AGBS 2030 Managerial Analysis and Decision Making (3)
  • AGBS 2200 Anatomy and Physiology of Domestic Animals (3)*
  • AGBS 2400 Livestock Feeds and Feeding (4)
  • WELD 1030 Related Oxy-acetylene/Arc Welding (3)

Hydrology - Geology Cluster (12)

  • GEO 1010 Survey of Geology (4)*
  • GEO 1110 Physical Geology (4)*
  • GEOG 1000 Physical Geography (4)*

Navigation and GIS Cluster (15)

  • GEO 1700 Fundamentals of GPS and GIS Navigation (3)
  • GEO 1800 Interdisciplinary Introduction to GIS (3)
  • GEO 1820 Intermediate Geographic Information (3)
  • GEO 2850 Cartography and Digital Map Making (3)
  • GEO 2900 Applied Geographic Information Systems (3)

Certification Cluster (13)

  • HESC 1500 EMT - Emergency Medical Technician (7)
  • OLE 1542 Wilderness First Responder (3)
  • NR 2820 – Pesticide Applicator Safety Certification (1)
  • NR 2825 – Wilderness Navigation Safety Certification (1)
  • GEO 2845 – Drone Operations and Safety Certification (1)

Required Credits: 63

Notes:

 * Lab is required for the course.

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AAS in Precision Agriculture

Department: Business

Program Contact: Matt Goble
Phone: (435)283-7335
Email: matt.goble@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/business 
Department’s catalog page: https://www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_bus.html 

Program Description & Outcomes:  

The AAS in Precision Agriculture degree is designed to provide general education along with the agribusiness and management background needed to successfully be employed by or run a business or begin a business in the agriculture technology/mechanics industry. The degree continues the learning process through agriculture business specific courses including selected business department classes complemented with machinery management and agriculture technology classes. The AAS in Precision Agriculture is stackable on the certificate of proficiency and the one-year certificate offering advanced learning in agribusiness management, GIS and GPS, irrigation and hydrology, cash flow projections and analysis, as well as technology in agriculture giving students an impressive array of agribusiness management skills. Twenty-six credits of Agriculture Business, Business, Natural Resources, and Geology classes are built into the Precision AAS curriculum.

The AAS in Precision Agriculture provides opportunities for students desiring to be involved in the evolving and expanding agriculture technology industry by allowing them to:

  • Discover and develop an entrepreneurial mindset for establishing an agricultural technology and machinery maintenance and repair business.
  • Return to the family farm/ranch with the ability to better manage it as a business and manage and maintain the farm equipment - the second largest group of assets of farm businesses.
  • Gain employment as an agricultural machinery/technology representative in equipment maintenance, repair, and sales.
  • Transfer to a university for a four-year Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture Mechanics, Agriculture Systems and Technology, or a related agriculture field.
  • Major in another discipline but give them the tools to work part-time, own, or be involved in an agriculture business, or own and operate a farm/ranch.

For program outcomes, click here.

Requirements:

General Education Courses (13)

  • Math Requirement (4)
    • Any course that satisfies the MA GE requirement.
  • SS or AI Requirement (3)
    • Any course that satisfies either the Social Science (SS) or American Institution (AI) GE requirement.
  • Communication Requirement (3)
    • Any course that satisfies the OC GE requirement.
  • ENGL 1010 (3)

Elective Courses (22)

  • AGBS 1100 Agriculture Career Exploration (2)
  • AGTM 1050 Farm Equipment management, maintenance, and repair (3)
  • AGTM 1210 Small Engines (3)
  • AGTM 2500 Irrigation Systems, Equipment maintenance, and Repair (3)
  • AGTM 2600 Drones in Agriculture and Associated Computer Applications (3)
  • BUS 1020 Computer Technology (3)
  • DMT 1930/2930 Leadership and Professional Development (2)
  • GEO 1700 Fundamentals of GPS and GIS (3)

Complete One Emphasis Below (29-31)

Emphasis: Mechanical Emphasis (29)

  • AGBS 2020 Ag Econ/Agribusiness Management (3)
  • BUS 1600 Entrepreneurship Seminar (1)
  • DMT 1000 Diesel Safety and Basics (1)
  • DMT 1101/1105 Diesel Engine Repair and Overhaul (5)
  • DMT 1301/1305 Transmissions and Drivetrains & Lab (6)
  • DMT 1600 Electrical and Electronics (5)
  • DMT 1801/1805 Computerized Engine Controls & Fuel (4)
  • DMT 2311/2315 Hydraulics and Pneumatics (4)
  • DMT 2801/2805 Emissions Control Systems (4)
  • MTT 1350 Related Machine Shop Practice (2)
  • WELD 1030 Related Oxy-acetylene and Arc Welding (3)

    Total required credits with this emphasis: 63

Emphasis: Technology (31)

  • INDM 1050 Industrial Safety (1)
  • INDM 1500 Industrial Pneumatics (3)
  • INDM 1600 Industrial Electricity (3)
  • INDM 1620 Industrial Electronics (3)
  • INDM 1800 Industrial Hydraulics (3)
  • INDM 1820 Industrial Pumps (3)
  • INDM 1900 Industrial Controls and PLC (3)
  • MTT 1110/1125 Intro to Precision Machining (8)
  • WELD 1020 Shielded Metal Arc Welding (4)

  Total required credits with this emphasis: 65

Required Credits: 64-66

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AAS in Salon Business

Department: Services Technology

Contact: Teri Mason
Phone: (435) 893-2261
Email: teri.mason@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/stec

Department’s catalog page: www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_stec.html 

Program Description & Outcomes:  

The Cosmetology/Barbering Technology program is designed to prepare students for direct employment in cosmetology, barbering salons and/or prepare them to open new salon businesses.  This program includes 1600 clock time hours of instruction required by the State of Utah for licensure. Students are prepared to take the National Interstate Council of State Boards of Cosmetology Licensure Examination required for licensure.

Students learn to communicate with customers, analyze skin, hair and nails, perform the duties of hair cutting, coloring, styling, chemical texture services, basic skin and nail services and all other services offered in a licensed salon.

This program is intended for students interested in working in cosmetology/barbering salons as a cosmetologist, barber, nail technician, salon manager or business owner. Students earning the A.A.S. Salon Business degree will be prepared to run their own business, execute sales promotions, maintain necessary financial reports and other skills associated with maintaining a successful salon business.

For program outcomes, click here.

Admission Requirements:

Students must apply for admission into this program. To see this program’s admission’s requirements, click here.

Requirements:
  • Complete the Certificate of Completion – Cosmetology/Barbering (52)
  • Computer requirement (3):
    • BUS 1020 Computer Technology & Applications (3)
  • 8 Credits from the following courses:
    • BUS 1010 Introduction to Business (3)
    • BUS 1060 Quickbooks for Small Business (3)
    • BUS 1110 Digital Media Tools (4)
    • BUS 1270 Strategic Selling (3)
    • BUS 1300 Social Media Marketing (3)
    • BUS 1600 Entrepreneurship Seminars (1)
    • BUS 2222 Social Media Marketing (3)
    • BUS 2650 Management Principles for Entrepreneurs (3)
    • COMM 1500 Introduction to Mass Media (3)

Required Credits: 63

Notes:

For the Communication, Computation and Human Relations requirements, there are other courses available with department chair approval.

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AAS in Teaching English as a Second Language

Department: Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL)

Program Contact: Diane Ogden
Phone: (435)283-7436
Email: diane.ogden@snow.edu

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/tesl

Department’s catalog page: www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_tesl.html

Program Description & Outcomes:  

Outcomes

  • Students will be able to write effective lesson plans to teach their students across the curriculum and effectively test their students.
  • Students will continue in a program to pursue a TESOL minor, a TESOL bachelor’s degree or a master’s in a related field (i.e. TESOL, Second Language Teaching, Applied Linguistics).
  • Students will be able to teach English abroad it their native language or if they are competent in English (TOEFL iBT of 63 or successful completion of the ESL program at Snow College) to non-native speakers.
Requirements:

GE Requirements

  • Foundations (FND) (3)
  • American Institutions (AI) (3)
  • ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing (E1) (3)
  • ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing (E2) (3)
  • Fine Arts (FA) (3)
  • Foreign Language I (FL) (4)*
  • Humanities (HU) (3) (fulfilled by TESL 2650 below)
  • Integrated Exploration (IE) (3) (fulfilled by TESL 2660 below)
  • Natural Science Requirement (7)
    (Complete 7 credits from the following. You must have at least 3 credits of LS and 3 credits of PS.)
    • Life Science (LS) (3)
    • Physical Science (PS) (3)
    • Natural Science Lab (LB) (1)
  • Quantitative Literacy (3)
  • Social Science (SS) (3): GEOG 1300, SOC 1010, HFST 1500, or ANTH 1000

TESL Requirements

  • Foreign Language II (4)*
  • TESL 1050 International Partners (1)
  • TESL 1150 Community Outreach (1)
  • TESL 1400 Methods in Teaching Second Language (3)
  • TESL 1997 First Year Practicum in Teaching (4)
  • TESL 2300 Testing and Evaluation (1)
  • TESL 2700 Job Search Resources (1)
  • TESL/ENGL 2650 Language in Society (HU) (3)
  • TESL/ENGL 2660 Introduction to Language Systems (HU) (3)

Elective

Complete enough elective credits to fulfill the 63 credit degree requirement. 

Required Credits: 63

Notes:

*Students who are pursuing an AAS must take courses in two different foreign languages, one of which must be 4 credits at 1020 or above. Students who are pursuing an AA must take 4 credits of one foreign language numbered 1020 or above.

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AAS in Welding Technology

Department: Industrial Technology

Contact: Alan Palmer
Phone: (435) 893-2220
Email: alan.palmer@snow.edu 

Department’s webpage: www.snow.edu/industrialtech

Department’s catalog page: www.snow.edu/catalog/dept_indm.html

Program Description & Outcomes:  

Snow College offers a Welding Technology program of approximately 63 semester hours of instruction, which prepares the student to meet job entry requirements. This program covers all welding processes commonly used in the fabrication, repair, and construction industries. It is taught by welding on both plate and pipe, and using ferrous and non-ferrous materials.

Students pay regular college tuition plus the cost of tools, coveralls, and safety equipment during their training. The purchased equipment is the personal property of the student.

Students have two options. They may obtain (1) an Associate of Applied Science degree in Welding Technology, or (2) complete any one or more of specific Welding courses without completing the degree.

Exact course descriptions and hours for the Welding Technology program match with other state schools and use national and international curriculum and task lists. There has been a working relationship between institutions to accept student hours and credit.

For program outcomes, click here

Program Requirements:

Core Classes (49)

  • INDM 1600 Industrial Electricity (3)
  • WELD 1012 Oxyacetylene Welding (2)
  • WELD 1015 Cutting Processes (2)
  • WELD 1020 Intro to SMAW (4)
  • WELD 1220 Intro to GMAW (2)
  • WELD 1310 Weld Inspection (2)
  • WELD 1420 Intro to GTAW (2)
  • WELD 2020 Advanced SMAW (4)
  • WELD 2220 Advanced GMAW (3)
  • WELD 2230 Advanced FCAW (3)
  • WELD 2420 Advanced GTAW (4)
  • WELD 2210 Blueprints for Welders (5)
  • WELD 2300 Weld Fabrication (3)
  • WELD 2320 Metallurgy (4)
  • WELD 2520 Advanced Pipe Welding (6)

Computation Requirement (Choose one)

  • AT 1715 Applied Technical Math (3)
  • Math 1050 College Algebra (4)

Composition Requirement (Choose One)

  • BUS 2200 Business Communication (3)
  • ENGL 1010 Expository Composition (3)

Computer Requirement (3)

  • BUS 1020 Computer Technology and Applications (3)

Human Relations Requirement (3)

  • BUS 1170 Human Relations in Organizations (3)
  • GNST 1200 Foundations (FND) (3)

Electives

  • MTT 1350 Related Machine Shop (2)
  • MANF 2332 Mechanical CAD Drafting (3)
  • MANF 1060 Industrial Print Reading (3)
  • INDM 1840 Industrial Rigging (3)

Required Credits: 63

Notes:

For the Composition, Computation, and Human Relations requirements, other courses are available with department approval.