Technologists / technicians play a vital role in connections operations with theory in a manufacturing environment. Technology is the making, modification, usage, and knowledge of tools, machines, techniques, processes, systems, and methods of organization, in order to solve a problem, improve an existing solution to a problem, or perform a specific function.
Careers in technology revolve around every single thing you see around you, making it a universally applicable and ever evolving career. Today’s global market has contributed to significant advancements in the areas of science and technology, and the demand for innovative products and designs has led to new challenges in manufacturing. Adaptation and innovation are at the heart of technology and its technologists.
The technology studies degree, part of the Connecticut College of Technology Pathway program, consists of a general education core as well as a technology core. Students meeting prerequisites are able to complete the program (66-67 total credits) in two years.
Additionally, degree options with specific course concentrations are available in:
• Biomolecular Science
• Computer Aided Design (CAD)
• Environmental Science
• Engineering Technology
• Lean Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management
• Plastics Technology
Please see the QVCC COT Program Coordinator for more degree option information.
As part of the Connecticut College of Technology (COT), the technology studies associate’s degree provides a seamless pathway (with automatic acceptance, full transfer of credit, and junior / third-year status) for graduates who transfer to COT universities including the Eastern Connecticut State University, the University of Hartford, and Central Connecticut State University. Please see the QVCC COT Program Coordinator for more details regarding GPA requirements for the COT university partners.