Associate of Technical Studies
The associate of technical studies is a degree designed to provide flexible options for non-traditional students with technical career goals such as IBEW/NECA Electrical Trades Apprenticeship, and a program designed in cooperation with The Nuclear Medicine Institute at the University of Findlay.
College credit will be awarded for work completed and other post-secondary institutions, selected apprenticeships and for educational experiences judged to be college level. The degree is awarded for the satisfactory completion of a minimum of 62 semester credit hours, exclusive of college preparatory courses, in an individually planned educational program, which contains:
- A coherent combination of technical courses totaling a minimum of 30 semester credit hours from two or more technical programs meeting the career goals of the student; OR
- A maximum of 30 semester credit hours of block credit awarded for documentable educational experience or courses completed at other post-secondary institutions or other educational enterprises judged to be of college-level.
Allied Health and Nursing
- Nuclear Medicine
- 39 semester credit hours (LCCC – non-major courses).
- 30 semester credit hours (Nuclear Medicine Institute, University of Findlay).