Corrosion Engineering Technology, AAS
Associate of Applied Science in Corrosion Engineering Technology (285000AAS)
Dr. Jennifer Lillard
Schrank Hall (South) 117B
The AAS in Corrosion Engineering Technology program includes classroom and laboratory experiences which prepare students for careers in the corrosion industry and other allied industries.
A person with an associate degree in Corrosion Engineering Technology can find employment in any industry that is impacted by material degradation. Examples include the oil and gas, chemical processing, and construction industries.
The program prepares the student to evaluate corrosion of materials in the field and apply strategies for mitigating corrosion. In completing the AAS degree in Corrosion Engineering Technology, the student will also be prepared to pass certification tests in Basic Corrosion and Cathodic Protection offered by NACE.
Transfer to the College of Applied Science and Technology
To be admitted to the College of Applied Science and Technology, a student must have a GPA of 2.0. A student can complete the transfer process through an appointment with an Academic Advisor in the college in which they reside.
The following information has official approval of the Department of Engineering and Science Technology and The College of Applied Science and Technology but is intended only as a supplemental guide. Official degree requirements are established at the time of transfer and admission to the degree-granting college. Students should refer to the Degree Progress Report (DPR), which is definitive for graduation requirements. Completion of this degree within the identified time frame below is contingent upon many factors, including but not limited to: class availability, total number of required credits, work schedule, finances, family, course drops/withdrawals, successfully passing courses, prerequisites, among others. The transfer process is completed through an appointment with your academic advisor.
Transfer students should consult their Advisor to identify courses that are equivalent.
|2030:153||Technical Mathematics III||2|
|2420:263||Professional Communications and Presentations||3|
|2820:111||Introductory Chemistry 1||3|
|2850:120||Corrosion Engineering Technology Fundamentals I||3|
|2020:222||Technical Report Writing||3|
|2030:154||Technical Mathematics IV||3|
|2820:112||Introductory & Analytical Chemistry 2||3|
|2820:160||Technical Physics: Mechanics||4|
|2850:121||Corrosion Engineering Technology Fundamentals II||4|
|2040:244 ||Death & Dying |
or The Black Experience from 1619-1877
or Diversity in American Society
|2820:163||Technical Physics: Electricity & Magnetism (Sch. Lab)||2|
|2850:220||Strategies for Corrosion Prevention||4|
|2920:142||Introduction to Material Technology 2||3|
|2040:247||Survey of Basic Economics||3|
|2850:221||Corrosion Engineering Technology Projects||4|
|2880:241||Introduction to Quality Assurance||3|
|2990:225||Strength of Materials||3|
Traditionally Fall only (see Program Contact)
Traditionally Spring only (see Program Contact)
Policy Alert: By the end of your first 48 credit hours attempted, you must have completed your required General Education English, Mathematics, and Communications (Speech) requirements.