Degree Requirements

The associate degree in Shipbuilding Technology requires completion of courses listed below. Additional general education and graduation requirements for the associate degree are listed in the catalog. The associate degree requires a minimum of 60 units.

Certificate of Achievement: Shipbuilding Technology

The Certificate of Achievement in Shipbuilding Technology prepares for entry-level employment as a shipyard multi-trade technician. Additionally, it is designed to give technical, trade-specific knowledge to those working in other jobs in a shipyard, such as finance or supervision. The sequence of courses provides the basis for skills necessary to manage technicians in a globally competitive arena.

Courses Required for the MajorUnits
SHIP 101, Introduction to Shipbuilding Technology I 3
SHIP 103, Introduction to Shipbuilding Technology II 3
SHIP 110, Shipyard Safety and Safety Management 3
SHIP 115, Shipbuilding Processes and3
SHIP 115L, Shipbuilding Processes Lab or1
MFET 1201, Manufacturing Processes4
SHIP 201, Technological Issues: Organization and Effectively Leadership in Shipbuilding3
 SHIP 205, Culminating Project3
 ELCT 111, Electrical Theory I3
 ELCT 111L, Electrical Laboratory I
2
1 (SHIP 115 & 115L) OR (MFET 120)
 
 Total:
24  

Associate in Science Degree: Shipbuilding Technology

The Associate of Science Degree in Shipbuilding Technology requires completion of courses listed below (24 units total). Additional general education and graduation requirements for the associate degree are listed in the Academic Requirement section of the catalog. The associate degree requires a minimum of 60 units.

Courses Required for the MajorUnits
SHIP 101, Introduction to Shipbuilding Technology I 3
SHIP 103, Introduction to Shipbuilding Technology II 3
SHIP 110, Shipyard Safety and Safety Management 3
SHIP 115, Shipbuilding Processes and3
SHIP 115L, Shipbuilding Processes Lab or1
MFET 1201, Manufacturing Processes4
SHIP 201, Technological Issues: Organization and Effective Leadership in Shipbuilding 3
SHIP 205, Culminating Project 3
ELCT 111, Electrical Theory I 3
ELCT 111L, Electrical Laboratory I
 2
(SHIP 115 & 115L) OR (MFET 120)
 
 Total: 24

Recommended electives:Electricity 121, 121L; Electronic Systems 124, 124L; Mathematics 46, 96 or 98, 118, 119, Communication Studies 103.

Note:
Additional recommended electives -- Chemistry and Physics courses. Shipbuilding Technology recommended electives include major preparation transfer units for the Fresno State Industrial technology Bachelor of Science Degree as well as lower division transfer preparation for San Diego State and other colleges and universities. See TRANSFER INFORMATION for more information.