Objectives and Outcomes
Plastics and Polymer Technology
Associate of Applied Science Degree (A.A.S.)

Program Specs

Program Educational Objectives

Program Educational Objectives describe the career and professional accomplishments that graduates, after several years of experience, are prepared to achieve.

The educational objectives of the Plastics and Polymer Technology program are:

  1. Technical Proficiency - Graduates will be technically adept in Plastics Engineering Technology as well as supporting math and science disciplines, allowing these graduates to conduct experiments and test, solve problems based on data from these experiments, design new products, materials and processes, all with a commitment to quality, timeliness, and continuous improvement.
  2. Interpersonal Skills - Graduates will exhibit appropriate interpersonal skills as demonstrated by effectively working on teams and effectively communicating in the workplace.
  3. Professionalism - Graduates will exhibit a professional work ethic including an interest in personal and professional growth.
  4. Awareness of Societal Impact - Graduates will be aware of how their professional role will impact the global community.

Program Goals/Student Outcomes

Program Goals.

Enrollment and Graduation Data

Academic Year Total Enrollment
Fall Semester
Enrollment Fall Semester
Academic Year
2008/2009 31 7 13
2009/2010 15 3 12
2010/2011 18 11 4
2011/2012 22 9 4
2012/2013 17 6 4*
2013/2014 17 6 3
2014/2015 17 9 N/A

*updated from 3 to 4 on 3/13/2015

Barring developmental placement test results, AAS students can change to BS major at any time during curriculum

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