|Danville Area Community College||
Southern Illinois University
|Associate of Science and Arts||
College of Engineering and Technology
For Associate in Applied Science graduates in Electronics, Data Processing, Marketing Mid-Management, Mechanical Technology, Industrial Maintenance and other technically oriented majors to name a few.
The Industrial Technology program at Southern Illinois University is geared to assist technically oriented Associate in Applied Science graduates in pursuing, under the Capstone Program, a Bachelors Degree in Manufacturing at Southern Illinois University.
Typical courses would include: robotics, manufacturing processes, computer aided manufacturing, quality control and time/motion studies at Southern Illinois University.
Prerequisites and program requirements at Southern Illinois University vary because of the many Associate in Applied Science areas feeding into Industrial Technology. In general, regular Associate in Applied Science requirements coupled with typical Capstone requirements of Southern Illinois University will suffice with the following exceptions strongly recommended prior to Southern Illinois University enrollment.
Transfer students in Industrial Technology with an Associate Degree from a baccalaureate-oriented program are not required to complete the University's General Education requirements. However, the Industrial Technology program accreditation requires as a minimum, nine semester hours of English composition and speech and ten semester hours of social sciences and humanities.
Students with an Associate in Applied Science degree from a
accredited institution may qualify for the Capstone Option
A special application is required for Capstone and must be submitted no
later than the completion of the student's first semester in Industrial
Technology at SIUC. The Capstone Option Program has the following
general education requirements:
|6 semester hours of GEA (Physical and Biological
(PHYS 203A, 203B, 253A, 253B will satisfy this requirement)
6 semester hours of GEB (Social Sciences)
6 semester hours of GEC (Humanities)
9 semester hours of GED (Organization and Communications)
(English Composition, Speech, Math)
3 semester hours of GEE (Health Education and Physical Education)
Non-Capstone students must complete the general education requirements as listed in the Undergraduate Catalog.
For further information contact: Dr. Roger Chang, D105 Engineering Building, (618) 536-3396
PROGRAM AND CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. SEE A DACC COUNSELOR OR AN ADVISOR FOR UPDATED INFORMATION PRIOR TO REGISTRATION EACH SEMESTER.
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