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NCPDLP A.A.S. in Industrial Technology Quality Assurance Specialization

TCC is the 16th largest community college and producer of associate degrees in the U.S. among two-year institutions.

 

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Degree Overview

Associate of Applied Science Degree in Industrial Technology with a Specialization in Quality Assurance (963.05).  The Quality Assurance program provides certification through the American Society for Quality (ASQ) and is designed to produce graduates who can manage, plan, design, and maintain effective quality control programs for a variety of industries.

The Quality Assurance program prepares technicians to handle quality assurance issues and the monitoring of industry and/or manufacturing company production operations.

Graduates are prepared for promotion to supervisory technical positions and to compete favorably for positions in quality engineering, quality assurance, production, operations, material management, and other industrial marine engineering functions.

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SEMESTER 1 (BASED ON A FALL SEMESTER START)
Course Number Course Title Credits Prerequisite Scheduled Notes
ENG 111 College Composition I 3 Placement   3
IND 101 Quality Assurance Technology I 3      
IND 106 Industrial Engineering Technology 3     4
IND 237 Fundamentals of ISO 9000 3      
SAF 125 Computer Applications for Technicians 4     4,6
SDV 101 Orientation to Engineering and Technologies 1      
  SEMESTER TOTAL 17      
           
SEMESTER 2
Course Number Course Title Credits Prerequisite Scheduled Notes
IND 115 Materials and Processes of Industry 4      
IND 145 Introduction to Metrology 3      
IND 146 Statistical Quality Control 3      
MTH 163 Precalculus I 3 Placement   3
SAF 120 Safety and Health Standards: Regulations and Codes 3      
  SEMESTER TOTAL 16      
           
SEMESTER 3
Course Number Course Title Credits Prerequisite Scheduled Notes
IND 102 Quality Assurance Technology II 3      
IND 105 Nondestructive Inspection (NDI) and Testing 3     4
IND 236 Total Quality Concepts 3     4
MTH 164 Precalculus II 3 MTH 163   3
  Social Science Elective 3     1,3
  SEMESTER TOTAL 15      
           
SEMESTER 4
Course Number Course Title Credits Prerequisite Scheduled Notes
IND 150 Industrial Management 3     4
  Approved IND Elective 3     2,4
  Approved IND Elective 3     2,4
  Humanities Elective 3     1,3
  Health/Physical Education Elective 2  
Waived
7
  Social Science Elective 3     1,3
  SEMESTER TOTAL 17      
  TOTAL MINIMUM CREDITS 65     5
         

 

NOTES

1  Eligible courses are listed in the current TCC catalog.  Contact your TCC advisor to choose the appropriate course(s).

2  Consult with your TCC advisor. Courses must be approved by the appropriate academic dean.

3  CLEP or DSST credit may be applied, with appropriate documentation

4  Credit for completion of "A" or "C" school may be applied, with appropriate SMART documentation.

5  All students must complete a minimum of 17 credits through TCC to meet residency requirements.

6  SAF125 satisfies the TCC computer competency requirement.

7  The Health/Physical Education course requirement is waived.  The credits may be satisfied with any approved

     elective, including extra credits available from the SMART.

 


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