Mar 06, 2021
The Austin Peay State University/Volunteer State Community College Chemical Engineering Technology 1+1 agreement links Volunteer State Community College students with Austin Peay State University to create a seamless transition from VSCC into the Chemical Engineering Technology Program at APSU.
The Chemical Engineering Technology 1+1 Agreement between Austin Peay University and Volunteer State Community College offers the VSCC student the advantage of a structured transition from VSCC credit coursework to the APSU Chemical Engineering Technology (ChET) AAS degree. Students may take up to 33 credit hours at Volunteer State Community College to transfer into the AAS in ChET at Austin Peay University.
Year 1 General Education Requirements at VSCC - Credits (33)
Year 2 Chemical Engineering Technology at APSU - Credits (27)
- CHET 1010 Intro to Process Industries Credits: (2)
- CHET 1020 Intro to Process Operations Credits: (2)
- CHET 2100 Fundamentals of Chemical Engineering Credits: (3)
- CHET 2010 Process Instrumentation Credits: (3)
- CHET 2011 Process Instrumentation Lab Credits: (2)
- CHET 2140 Quality Control Credits: (3)
- CHET 2131 Mechanical Systems Lab Credits: (1)
- CHET 2020 Process Troubleshooting Credits: (3)
- CHET 2030 Process Operations Management Credits: (3)
- CHET 2150 Selected Topics in Chemical Industry Credits: (3)
- CHET 2190 Internship Credits: (2)
- OR CHET 2161 Advanced Instrumentation Lab Credits: (2)
Total Degree Requirements - Credits (60)
Career and Salary Information
The following is a list of some of the career choices that may be obtained upon completion of this program. Please visit the following website www.onetonline.org or speak to an advisor for additional career opportunities, salary information and education requirements. Salaries are not guaranteed.
|Chemical Plant & System Operator
|Chemical Equipment Operator
|Fuel Cell Technician
This is a recommended schedule. Learning Support, pre-requisites and other academic factors may impact this schedule. See your advisor to create a degree plan.
DegreeWorks, along with the correct catalog, should be utilized by students for all of their educational planning. Students can monitor their progress toward a degree or certificate and view missing requirements with the DegreeWorks audit, which is accessible through My Volstate.
First Year - Fall Semester - Credits (17)
First Year - Spring Semester - Credits (16)