Patient Care Technology/Phlebotomy

Associate Degree in Applied Science – General Technology
62/64 semester hours

*SEMSTER IV: Students can take either AHS 145 or AHS 222, as well as AHS 166 or AHS 223. Students must have successfully completed AHS 141 and 144 to prior to taking AHS 222 and 223.

The Associate in Science in Health Science and Nursing Careers Preparatory program prepares students to enter an Associate in Applied Science in Nursing, Radiologic Technology, Physical Therapist Assistant program, or the Licensed Practical Nursing or Medical Assisting diploma program. This degree is not designed for transfer to a four-year institution.

Students will earn a professional Certified Nursing Assistant or Emergency Medical Technician certification. In addition, students may select electives to earn a Phlebotomy or ECG professional certification.

Associate Degree in Applied Science – General Technology
73-74 semester hours

The Associate in Science pathway in Health Science and Nursing Careers University Transfer Preparatory program prepares students to enter an Associate in Applied Science degree in Nursing, Radiologic Technology, Physical Therapist Assistant programs, or diploma programs in Licensed Practical Nursing or Medical Assisting. This program is designed for students who plan to transfer to a four-year institution following licensure. Students may also earn a Certified Nursing Assistant professional healthcare certification through careful selection of electives.

Associate in Applied Science – General Technology
73-74 semester hours

Associate Degree in Applied Science –
General Technology
61 semester hours

Associate Degree in Applied Science –
General Technology
63 semester hours

As a leading industry in South Carolina, agriculture is vital to all areas of the state, especially the rural areas. An increased understanding of agricultural practices to improve the sustainability of farms or agricultural industries will benefit students in this program. The General Technology major allows the agriculture student to become skilled in an additional technology field.

Students in a Secondary Technical Specialty in Business will work closely with their advisor to develop the planned coursework to obtain the General Technology Degree.

Graduates will obtain the knowledge and skills to be successful in agricultural production or in the agricultural support industries. In addition, they will develop business skills that will allow them opportunities to expand employment options.

Bachelor Degree Completion:
OCtech has an approved articulation agreement with Clemson University – Bachelor of Science Degree in Soils and Sustainable Crops.

Associate Degree in Applied Technology – General Technology

Primary Specialty: Agriculture
Secondary Specialty: Business

65 semester hours

Associate in Applied Science – General Technology

Primary Specialty: Welding Technology
Secondary Specialty: Industrial Maintenance Technology

64 semester hours