Business and Information Systems Division
Dawna Hamm, Division Chair
Colclazier Technology Building

 

Technical Occupational Education Philosophy

 

 

The technical and occupational programs at Seminole State College are designed to prepare people to enter the workforce in a variety of specialty areas that meet needs of the student, community, and the State of Oklahoma. Curriculum is provided essential to train competent, employable people for careers in nursing, medical laboratory technology, business, and a number of health-related or technology related technical occupations.  The degree programs combine general education, support, related, and specialty courses into an integrated curriculum. The College strives to develop students into life-long learners who have the capacity to adapt to an evolving, global workplace.

 

Students who successfully complete program requirements earn an Associate in Applied Science degree. The Associate in Applied Science Degree is intended for the student who plans to enter the workforce immediately upon graduation in one of the specialty areas in which the degree is awarded. Additionally, a growing number of higher learning institutions have developed degree programs recognizing this degree for transfer of credits into upper-division programs leading to a baccalaureate degree.

 

Cooperative Alliance Agreements

 

The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education and the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technical Education are working together to develop policies enabling higher education institutions and technology centers to form partnerships benefiting students. These policies have allowed Seminole State College to negotiate Cooperative Alliance Agreements with area technology centers. 

 

Seminole State College and Gordon Cooper Technology Center are primary partners in a Cooperative Alliance Agreement. Also, Seminole State College is a secondary partner with Wes Watkins Technology Center through a Cooperative Alliance Agreement with Oklahoma State University Technology Branch-Okmulgee.

 

These agreements permit adult students and qualifying high students to enroll in an approved program and receive college credit in technology courses in addition to completing required general education courses leading toward an Associate in Applied Science Degree. Under this arrangement, while Alliance partners jointly deliver technical degree programs, the college credit and degree is offered and awarded by Seminole State College.

 

 

 

Associate in Applied Science
in Applied Technology

 

 

General Education Requirements - 19 hours

 

3 Hours  GOV 1113 American National Government
3 Hours  HIST 1483 American History Survey to 1877 or
                HIST 1493 American History Survey since 1877
3 Hours  ENG 1113  Principles of English Comp I
3 Hours  SPCH 1143 Introduction to Communications
3 Hours  ENG 1213  Principles of English Comp II or
                ENG 1313  Technical Report Writing
3 Hours  MATH 1413  Mathematics in Society or
                MATH 1515  College Algebra or
                BA 1733   Business Math

 

First Year Success - 1-3 hours

 

1- 3 Hours SOC 1101 Freshman Seminar or

                   SOC 1003 Personal Academic Success Strategy

 

 

Technical Occupational Support Requirements

6 - 16 hours

 

Additional courses to be selected from General Education Core Curriculum with approval of College academic program chair.

Behavioral Science, Social Science and Computer Science courses recommened.

1 - 3 hour internship courses permitted. Credit hours required vary according to option selected.

 

 

Technical Occupational Specialty Requirements

31 - 39 hours

 

 

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED 64 - 68 hours

 

Students may complete the program by attending SSC & the area Technology Center specified in the following options listing.  Students may complete the program by attending both institutions simultaneously.

 

Technical Occupational Specialty Options

 

Aviation Maintenance Technology  |  Computer-Aided Drafting  |  Computer Graphic Design

| E-Commerce Web ProgrammingEmergency Medical Technician - Paramedic  | Medical Office Technology  |

Networking Systems Technology  | Precision Machining Technology  | Surgical Technology

 

Aviation Maintenance Technology
Offered at GCTC

 

AMT  1113   Fundamentals of Aviation Maintenance

AMT 1123   Technical Mechanics and Regulations

AMT 1212   Basic Aircraft Electronics

AMT 1125   Airframe Electrical Systems

AMT 1135   Powerplant Systems

AMT 1312   Aircraft Structures I

AMT 1323   Aircraft Structures II

AMT 2112   Airframe Systems I

AMT 2122   Airframe Systems II

AMT 2212   Reciprocation Engines I

AMT 2223   Reciprocation Engines II

AMT 2312   Jet Turbine Powerplant I

AMT 2323   Jet Turbine Powerplant II

 

Required Support and Related Credit Hours: 9

 

 

Computer-Aided Drafting
Offered at GCTC

 

CAD   1113   Principles of Drafting

CAD   1121   Industrial Blueprint Reading

CAD   1133   Introduction to CAD

CAD   1212   Mechanical Drafting

CAD   1222   Advanced Mechanical Drafting

CAD   1232   Design Applications

CAD   1243   Intermediate CAD

CAD   2113   Presentation Graphics

CAD   2123   Advanced CAD

CAD   2131   Reproduction Process

CAD   2144   Application in CAD

CAD   2213   Design Project

 

Required: Select one focus area

 

CAD    2222   Engineering Drafting and

CAD    2232   Advanced Engineering Drafting and

Support and Related Credit Hours: 11

 

or

 

CAD    2244   Residential Architectural Drafting and

Support and Related Credit Hours: 11

 

or

 

CAD    2253   Civil Drafting and

Support and Related Credit Hours: 12

 

 

Computer Graphic Design
Offered at GCTC

 

CGD    1112   Copy Center Operations

CGD    1122   Introduction to Graphic Design

CGD    1132   Design and Color Principles I

CGD    1142   Typography

CGD    1215   Page Layout

CGD    1223   Digital Imaging I

CGD    2111   Safety

CGD    2122   Professional and Personal Development

CGD    2131   Design and Color II

CGD    2143   Basic Computer Illustration I

CGD    2152   Project Management

CGD    2212   Basic Computer Illustration II

CGD    2161   Graphic Designer Portfolio Development

CGD    2221   Basic Line Art Techniques

CGD    2232   Digital Imaging II

CGD    2241   Illustrator Portfolio Development

CGD    2253   On-Job-Training

 

Required Support and Related Credit Hours: 10

 

        or Select 10 credit hours from among the following:

        or Select a combination from both Required Support/Related             Hours and the following:

 

CGD    2312   Multi Media Development

CGD    2322   Web Authoring

CGD    2332   Web Design and Usability

CGD    2348   Web Site Production

CGD    2354   Web Design Portfolio Development

 

 

E-Commerce Web Programming
Offered at GCTC

 

TECH 1111   Intro to Applied Technology

TECH 1122   Workplace Equipment

TECH 1142   Applied Math

TECH 1152   Blueprint/Schematic Reading

TECH 2113   Basic Applications I

TECH 2123   Basic Applications II

TECH 2213   Intermediate Applications I

TECH 2223   Intermediate Applications II

TECH 2313   Advanced Applications I

TECH 2323   Advanced Applications II

TECH 2433   Special Topics in Applied Tech

TECH 2443   Special Projects in Applied Tech

 

Required Support and Related Credit Hours: 14

 

 

Emergency Medical Technician - Paramedic
Offered at GCTC

 

EMT    1115   Basic EMT

EMT    1123   Human Anatomy and Physiology

EMT    1131   EKG Interpretation

EMT    1214   Paramedic Preparatory

EMT    1226   Paramedic Care I

EMT    2116   Paramedic Care II

EMT    2122   Paramedic Internship

EMT    2216   Paramedic Care III

EMT    2223   Special Topics in Paramedics

EMT    2232   Capstone

 

Required Support and Related Credit Hours: 7

 

 

 

 

 

Networking Systems Technology
Offered at GCTC

 

TECH 1111   Intro to Applied Technology

TECH 1122   Workplace Equipment

TECH 1142   Applied Math

TECH 1162   Fundamentals of Workplace Equip. Maintenance

TECH 2113   Basic Applications I

TECH 2123   Basic Applications II

TECH 2213   Intermediate Applications I

TECH 2223   Intermediate Applications II

TECH 2313   Advanced Applications I

TECH 2323   Advanced Applications II

TECH 2433   Special Topics in Applied Tech

TECH 2443   Special Projects in Applied Tech

 

Required Support and Related Credit Hours: 14

 

 

Precision Machining Technology
Offered at GCTC

 

PMT    1111   Introduction to Manufacturing Technology

PMT    1122   Metrology

PMT    1132   Safety

PMT    1152   Process Interpretation

PMT    1162   Conventional Turning I

PMT    1212   Conventional Turning II

PMT    1222   Conventional Milling I

PMT    1232   Conventional Milling II

PMT    1242   Advanced Machining Concepts

PMT    2112   Introduction to CNC

PMT    2122   Basic CNC Mill Operations

PMT    2132   Basic CNC Lathe Operations

PMT    2142   CNC Mill Programming

PMT    2212   CNC Lathe Programming

PMT    2222   2D Graphics Programming

PMT    2232   Quality Assurance

PMT    2242   CNC Production Machining

 

Required Support and Related Credit Hours:12

 

 

Surgical Technology
Offered at WWTC

 

STW    1111   Introduction to Surgical Technology

STW    1121   Microbiology for Surgical Technology

STW    1131   Medical Terminology for Surgical Technology

STW    1142   Pharmacology for Surgical Technology

STW    1151   Biomedical Science for Surgical Technology

STW    1215   Anatomy and Physiology for Surgical Technology

STW    1223   Aseptic Technique

STW    1232   Patient Care

STW    2115   Surgical Case Management

STW    2218   Surgical Procedures I

STW    2221   Career Development

STW    2235   Surgical Procedures II

 

Required Support and Related Credit Hours:

 

 

 

 

08/11/2008