The Applied Technologies degree allows students to design an individualized program of study in order to fulfill a unique career goal that cannot be met through any single technology program offered by the college. Students completing this degree must complete either two Certificate A options (Auto Collision, Auto Technology, Computer Support Specialist, Construction Technology, Fire Science, Industrial Mechanical Maintenance, Machine Technology, Media Communication & Production, Networking, or Welding Technology) or one Certificate B option (Ag Diesel, Auto Collision, Auto Technology, Business Adm Technologies-Accounting or Office Support, Business Mgmt + Entrepreneurship-Sales or Supervision, Construction Technology, Industrial Electrical Technology, Machine Technology, Networking-Emphasis in Security, or Welding Technology) and a minimum of 15 hours of General Education courses. Additional hours of Technical Concentrator Electives will be required to make up the 64 hours. If the Certificate B option is selected these hours must be from a different technical area (different course prefix).
Hutchinson Community College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). The Higher Learning Commission is one of six regional institutional accreditors recognized by the US Department of Education and the Council on Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).
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