Associate of Science in Vision Care Technology
In addition to major core requirements, all students enrolled in associate degree programs must complete a minimum of 21 credits in general education courses.
General Education Core - 24-25 credits
|ENG 101||English Composition||3|
|ENG 1XX||English Elective||3|
|CAP 110||Computer Applications||3|
|MATH 1XX||Mathematics (MATH)||3|
|Science (BIO, CHEM, SCI)||3-4|
|PSY 112||Introduction to Psychology||3|
|Humanities (HIS, PHIL, SPAN, ASL, HUM)||3|
Vision Care Technology Major Core Requirements - 38 credits
|VCT 101||Intro to Ophthalmic Science||3|
|VCT 103||Ophthalmic Fabrication I||3|
|VCT 102||Anatomy, Physiology, and Pathology of the Eye for the Optician||3|
|VCT 106||Contact Lens Theory I||3|
|VCT 203||Ophthalmic Fabrication II||4|
|VCT 105||Ophthalmic Dispensing I||3|
|VCT 206||Contact Lens Theory II||3|
|VCT 204||Contact Lens Theory and Application||3|
|VCT 205||Ophthalmic Dispensing II||4|
|VCT 201||Ophthalmic Science Synthesis||3|
|VCT 202||Supervised Clinical Experience||3|
|VCT 208||Ophthalmic Practice Management||3|
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Course sections noted with an 'H' are delivered in a hybrid format (a combination of on-campus and online learning).
Course sections noted with an 'O' are delivered in an online format.
All Vision Care Technology Program (VCT) courses must be completed with a "C" or better, including a supervised clinical internship. In addition, the student must meet all General Education requirements as stated in the catalog.