Technical Studies

About This Program:

The technical studies degree program is designed to educate students in written communication, quantitative skills, global literacy, critical thinking, and problem solving in order to enable them to succeed at a transfer institution and as citizens. This degree program is specifically open to students who have already completed a minimum of 15 semester hours (sh) or 22.5 quarter hours (qh) of technical or occupational coursework that can be used as transfer credit in Area F of the degree program. Students in this degree program are advised to work closely with their Academic Advisor.

Core Curriculum Requirements for the AAS Degree

Technical Studies Concentration Degree Requirements

What You Will Learn:

  • Students will be able to utilize written communication skills.
  • Students will be able to utilize quantitative competency skills.
  • Students will be able to utilize critical thinking skills.
  • Students will be able to utilize global literacy skills.
  • Students will be able to utilize problem solving skills.

Program Benefits:

Students who major in technical studies are able to customize the degree concentration courses to meet their specific educational needs. The technical studies program concentration is assembled by the student. Therefore, students should work with academic advisors in order to examine the various pathways that may lead to the specific bachelor-level degree program in which the student is interested, to include a bachelor of applied science degree. The specific bachelor of applied science degree for which the student may qualify will be determined based upon the combined technical / occupational transfer credits and courses completed at Georgia Military College.

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Course Descriptions


Degree Program Coordinator and Bachelor of Applied Science Degree Programs Division Chair:

Tianna Marynell,