The technological field is very broad and there are a number of professions housed under the term “technology.” Technology is used in our everyday lives from the cars we drive to the phones we talk on to the computers we use.
If you know you’d like to work in the ever expanding field of technology but aren’t sure as to what area, perhaps a General Technology degree would suit you best.
At Gillette College, our General Technology program is designed for students interested in technical fields, but who have decided upon a broadbased technical approach rather than a concentration in one area. This area makes available a variety of introductory courses which can be expanded upon later, but fulfill the technical core. Non-technical courses are selected to meet degree requirements and give students a broad general education. Students are urged to consult with their Academic Advisor to determine the courses needed for the Technical Elective(s).