ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES COMMUNITY COLLEGE
SVGCC

Division of Technical and Vocational Education

Department of Engineering

 The Department of Engineering offers the following Associate Degree programmes:

 

AAS Architecture and Building Construction Technology

This programme provides students with the knowledge and skills needed for the planning, layout and construction of single and multi-storey family dwelling houses, public buildings and related structures in accordance with local and regional building codes and standards. Students will be exposed to hands-on experiences to supplement the theory learned.

Entry Requirements

  • minimum of five (5) CSEC (CXC) General Proficiency passes (Grades I, II or III) or their equivalent including:
    1.  English A (Language)
    2. Mathematics
  • Technical Drawing and Building Technology would be an asset.

Courses

Year One

  • CARP113 Carpentry I
  • GED101 Communication I
  • MASO113 Masonry I
  • TDWG103 Technical Drawing
  • ITEC103 Information Technology
  • MATH113 Mathematics I
  • ADWG213 Architectural Drafting
  • CARP123 Carpentry II
  • GED102 Communication II
  • MASO213 Masonry II
  • MATH123 Mathematics II
  • PHYS103 Introduction to Physics

Year Two

  • ACAD123 Computer Aided Drawing I
  • CTEC213 Construction Technology I
  • ETEC103 Electrical Installation
  • FOPM203 Fundamentals of Project Management
  • GEHR203 Human Relations
  • PLUM223 Plumbing
  • ACAD213 Computer Aided Drawing II
  • ADMP223 Architectural Design and Model Presentation
  • BMEA223 Building Measurements
  • CTEC213 Construction Technology I
  • ENSC203 Environmental Science
  • GEEN223 Entrepreneurship

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 AAS Automotive Repairs Technology 

This programme is not being offered for the 2021 application period.  If you are interested in this field, click here to see the programme details for the one year Certificate in Automotive Repairs Technology.

This programme is designed to provide students with an understanding of the basic concepts, principles and terminologies used in engine systems; and emphasizes knowledge and skills needed for the servicing and repairing of various petrol/diesel engine systems in accordance with manufacturer standards. Students will be provided with hands-on experience in the use of tools and precision measuring instruments in troubleshooting and repairs.

Entry Requirements

  • A minimum of five (5) CSEC (CXC) General Proficiency passes (Grades I, II or III) or their equivalent including:
    1.  English A (Language)
    2. At least one of the following: Mathematics, Physics or a related technical subject

Courses

Year One

  • AUTO113 Introduction to Automotives
  • ESY103 Auto Electrical and Electronic Systems I
  • GED101 Communication I
  • PHYS103 Introduction to Physics
  • MATH113 Mathematics I
  • CHSY123 Auto Chassis Systems I
  • EFSY103 Engine and Fuel Systems I
  • ENSC103 Auto Engineering Science
  • MATH123 Mathematics II
  • TDWG103 Technical Drawing
  • GED102 Communication II

Year Two

  • AUTO213 Auto Body Repairs
  • EFSY203 Engine and Fuel Systems II
  • ESY203 Auto Electrical and Electronic Systems II
  • GEHR203 Human Relations
  • ITEC103 Information Technology
  • CHSY213 Auto Chassis Systems II
  • AUTO203 Automotive Air Conditioning
  • CHSY243 Auto Chassis Systems III
  • EMSY213 Engine Management Systems
  • GEEN223 Entrepreneurship
  • MTEC103 Mechanical Technology
  • TECW213 Technical Report Writing

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AAS Computer and Electronics Technology

This programme offers training in basic circuitry, interfacing and hardware installation. It is designed to prepare students for a variety of occupations in the field of electronics. Emphasis is put on both the theory and practical application of electronics engineering technology. Courses include the study of basic electronic circuitry and components, computers and microprocessors, data communication, and electronic security systems. Graduates of this programme will be able to install, maintain and troubleshoot electronic systems.

Entry Requirements

  • A minimum of five (5) CSEC (CXC) General Proficiency passes (Grades I, II or III) or their equivalent including:
    1.  English A (Language)
    2. Mathematics
  • Electronics, Physics and any other Science subjects are assets.

Courses

Year One

  • ELCT113 Electric Circuits I
  • GED101 Communication I
  • ITEC103 Information Technology
  • MATH113 Mathematics I
  • PROG103 Introduction to Telecommunication
  • TELE223 Basic Programming
  • BCAR113 Basic Computer Architecture
  • DIGI203 Digital Fundamentals
  • ELDC213 Electronic Devices and Circuits
  • GED102 Communication II
  • NETW124 Networking I

Year Two

  • CABL213 Cabling Technology
  • DMAT213 Discrete Mathematics
  • ELAM213 Electronic Application and Maintenance
  • GEHR203 Human Relations
  • OSYS213 Operating Systems and Software
  • CARS123 Computer Assembly and Repairs
  • ELSS223 Electronic Security Systems
  • GEEN223 Entrepreneurship
  • JAVA203 Java Programming
  • TECW213 Technical Report Writing

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AAS Electrical Engineering Technology

Electrical Engineers design all of our communications systems, electronic devices, computer hardware and medical equipment. This programme introduces students to various electrical and electronic devices, circuits and systems; and equips them with the knowledge and skills necessary to design, install and troubleshoot these circuits and systems. Alternative energy systems are also included to prepare skilled persons to function in this emerging field.

Entry Requirements

  • A minimum of five (5) CSEC (CXC) General Proficiency passes (Grades I, II or III) or their equivalent including:
    1. English A (Language)
    2. Mathematics
    3. Physics

Courses

Year One

  • EESC113 Electrical Engineering Science
  • ELIN113 Electrical Installation I
  • GED101 Communication I
  • MATH113 Mathematics I
  • PHYS103 Introduction to Physics
  • TDWG103 Technical Drawing
  • ELCN123 Electrical Circuits and Networks
  • ELIN123 Electrical Installation II
  • GED102 Communication II
  • ITEC103 Information Technology
  • LOGC203 Logic and Control Circuits
  • MATH123 Mathematics II

Year Two

  • GEHR203 Human Relations
  • EMEC213 Engineering Mechanics
  • ELDC213 Electronic Devices and Circuits
  • ELNA213 Electrical Network Analysis
  • RENT203 Renewable Energy Technology
  • GEEN223 Entrepreneurship
  • ACAD123 Computer Aided Drawing I
  • ELMC223 Electrical Machines and Controls
  • CINS223 Communication and Instrumentation
  • MTEC103 Mechanical Technology
  • EBRD223 Electrical Blueprint Reading and Drawing

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AAS Information and Communication Technology

This programme aims to familiarise students with real world Information and Communications Technology (ICT) problems and issues, while equipping them with the tools necessary to create solutions to these problems. Students will gain both theory and practical skills in this field of study.

Entry Requirements

  • A minimum of five (5) CSEC (CXC) General Proficiency passes (Grades I, II or III) or their equivalent including:
    1. English A (Language)
    2. Mathematics
    3. Information Technology

Courses

Year One

  • ELCT113 Electric Circuits I
  • GED101 Communication I
  • ITEC103 Information Technology
  • MATH113 Mathematics I
  • PROG103 Basic Programming
  • TELE223 Introduction to Telecommunication
  • BCAR113 Basic Computer Architecture
  • DIGI203 Digital Fundamentals
  • FONW123 Fundamentals of Networking
  • GED102 Communication II
  • PROG203 Programming II (C++)

Year Two

  • DMAT213 Discrete Mathematics
  • GEHR203 Human Relations
  • OSYS213 Operating Systems and Software
  • WEBD213 Introduction to Webpage Design
  • MISY213 Management Information Systems
  • GEEN223 Entrepreneurship
  • CARS123 Computer Assembly and Repairs
  • DASC203 Data Security Concepts
  • DBMS223 Database Management Systems

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AAS Mechanical Technology

This programme is designed to help prepare graduates to perform tasks associated with many areas of industrial machinery and automation. It provides students with the knowledge and skills of planning, tool engineering, inventory control, quality control, plant engineering, plant maintenance, manufacturing methods, value analysis and manufacturing research and development.

Entry Requirements

  • A minimum of five (5) CSEC (CXC) General Proficiency passes (Grades I, II or III) or their equivalent including:
    1. English A [Language]
    2. Mathematics
    3. Physics OR Integrated Science

Courses

Year One

  • GED101 Communication I
  • MATH113 Mathematics I
  • MSTP113 Machine Shop Theory and Practice I
  • PHYS103 Introduction to Physics
  • TDWG103 Technical Drawing
  • WELD113 Welding Theory and Practice I
  • EMSC103 Engineering Material Science
  • GED102 Communication II
  • ITEC103 Information Technology
  • MATH123 Mathematics II
  • MSHP123 Machine Shop Theory and Practice II
  • WELD123 Welding Theory and Practice II

Year Two

  • ACAD123 Computer Aided Drawing I
  • MECH213 Mechanical Workshop Technology I
  • MANU223 Manufacturing Processes
  • ENFN113 Engine Fundamentals
  • PHYS103 Introduction to Physics - RESIT
  • GEHR203 Human Relations
  • EMEC213 Engineering Mechanics
  • GEEN223 Entrepreneurship
  • ETEC123 Electrical Technology
  • MECH223 Mechanical Workshop Technology II
  • WSHP223 Workshop Maintenance
  • MDWG223 Mechanical Engineering Drawing

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 AAS Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Technology 

This programme is not being offered for the 2021 application period.  If you are interested in this field, click here to see the programme details for the one year Certificate in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technology.

This programme carries seventy-one (71) credits distributed across twenty three different courses. It integrates both theory and practical skills in the repairs and maintenance of refrigeration and air conditioning units of a domestic and commercial nature. General Education and core courses are involved to strengthen students’ problem-solving skills fundamental to this field.

Entry Requirements

 

  • A minimum of five (5) CSEC (CXC) General Proficiency passes (Grades I, II or III) or their equivalent including:
    1.  English A (Language)
    2. Mathematics
    3.  Physics OR Integrated Science

Courses

Year One

  • GED101 Communication I
  • PHYS103 Introduction to Physics
  • REFP103 Refrigeration Principles I
  • WKSF103 Refrigeration Workshop Fundamentals
  • MATH113 Mathematics I
  • CHEM103 Chemistry
  • ENSC203 Environmental Science
  • ITEC103 Information Technology
  • MATH123 Mathematics II
  • REFP123 Refrigeration Principles II

Year Two

  • ACON123 Introduction to Air Conditioning
  • ELFN113 Electrical Fundamental
  • GED102 Communication II
  • GEHR203 Human Relations
  • MTECH103 Mechanical Technology
  • PLUM223 Plumbing
  • TDWG103 Technical Drawing
  • ACAD123 Computer Aided Drawing I
  • ACND213 Air Conditioning II
  • AUTO203 Automotive Air Conditioning
  • CTRL223 Electrical Controls for Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
  • DRAC213 Domestic Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
  • GEEN223 Entrepreneurship

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