This course designed for those who do love the hardware stuff, in this section of Technology we will only deal with the heavy stuff.
We will start from the beginning stuff till the postmodern stuff.
General Technology prepares students for unique positions in the workplace for which specified degree programs do not currently exist.
The flexible design of the degree allows students to focus on unique skill sets identified by employers as essential for a particular workplace. If the student has a unique combination of experiences or a unique career goal that has the potential of enhanced employment opportunities, this may also lead to a specialized curriculum.
General-purpose technologies (GPTs) are technologies that can affect an entire economy (usually at a national or global level). GPTs have the potential to drastically alter societies through their impact on pre-existing economic and social structures. Examples include the steam engine, railroad, interchangeable parts, electricity, electronics, material handling, mechanization, control theory (automation), the automobile, the computer, the Internet, and the blockchain.
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