Skilled Trades Industrial Occupations Technology, Associate in Applied Science

Florissant Valley

This program allows individuals to earn an associate degree tailored to their occupational/career needs. College credit for technical areas may be earned through established articulation agreements with apprenticeship programs recognized by the college or individualized programs of study developed in consultation with the Engineering and Technology department. In addition, on-the-job training and/or supervised work-based learning may be included in the student’s degree program. Areas of concentration may include: aerospace assembly worker, carpenter apprenticeship, electronic alarm technician, machine technician apprenticeship and sheet metal worker.

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Program of Study

Career General Education
ENG 101College Composition I3
COM 101Oral Communication I3
MTH 124Technical Mathematics I (or higher)3
XXX xxxScience Elective3-5
XXX xxxMissouri State Requirement3
XXX xxxSocial Science Elective3
Physical Education Activity
Select 2 credit hours2
Program Requirements
GE 101Technical Computer Applications3
or IS 103 Information Systems for Business
or IS 116 Computer Literacy
Select one of the following focus areas:41-42
Apprenticeship Program Agreement
Technical Electives
Total Credit Hours64-67

Focus Areas

Apprenticeship Program Agreement

Where St. Louis Community College has an agreement with an apprenticeship training program, students will receive credit as per the apprenticeship agreement. Depending on the credit awarded based on the articulation agreement; additional technical course approved by the department may be required. Transcription of credit for apprenticeship training programs will be done as per the college procedures in place at that time.

Technical Electives

This option allows individuals to tailor their area of concentration based on the skilled trades by selecting course(s) from the department prefixes: BE, CE, EE, EGR, ESC, GE, ME, QC, SKT, TEL and MGT – with at least 9 credit hours from one of the above prefixes. The individual’s program of study must be developed in consultation with the Engineering and Technology department.