The Technical Studies curriculum is designed to meet the rapidly changing workforce training needs of business and industry. Focused on meeting short-term educational needs, the degree can also be used as a general studies degree to enhance the education and training of current employees or ensure basic technical and general work-based skills for new employees. The curriculum allows employers to develop a specific plan of study negotiated with, and approved by, appropriate College faculty and administrators. The basic structure of the curriculum includes four components (general education, a technical core, occupational-technical content area(s), and work-based learning.)
Customized plans of study may be designed and developed to meet specific company or industry needs, in accordance with the structure described below.
Daniel C. Horine
Instructor, Automated Manufacturing
540-857-6110 | Webber 109
A.S. - Virginia Western Community College, 1998
B.S. - Old Dominion University, 1999
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