Programs of Study
Horology Technology (Cert.)
Degree Type: Certificate
Semester Credit Hours: 45
First Semester - 12 SCH
HRGY 1319 - Basic Horology I
HRGY 1320 - Basic Horology II
HRGY 1321 - Basic Horology III
HRGY 1322 - Basic Horology IV
Second Semester - 12 SCH
HRGY 2301 - Intermediate Horology I
HRGY 2302 - Intermediate Horology II
HRGY 2303 - Intermediate Horology III
HRGY 2304 - Intermediate Horology IV
Third Semester - 12 SCH
HRGY 2305 - Intermediate Horology V
HRGY 2306 - Intermediate Horology VI
HRGY 2307 - Intermediate Horology VII
HRGY 2308 - Intermediate Horology VIII
Fourth Semester - 9 SCH
HRGY 2341 - Advanced Horology Systems I
HRGY 2342 - Advanced Horology Systems II
HRGY 2343 - Advanced Horology Systems II
- Clean, rinse, and dry timepiece parts
- Adjust timing regulators
- Customer and Personal Service
- Watch Repair
- Knowledge of industry tools and equipment
- Knowledge of industry organization and ethics
- Demonstrate skills by performing disassembly, cleaning, oiling, repair and adjustment operations on multi function mechanical movements, automatics and calendar chronographs, quartz analog and digital time pieces.
- Demonstrate skills by making tools and watch parts including turning parts on a watchmakers lathe to 1/100 mm tolerance reflecting industry standards.
Texas wage data: workers on average earn $39,010; 10% of workers earn $33,490 or less; 10% of workers earn $60,330 or more.
Watchmaker; Watch and clock sales; Aerospace instrument technician; Watch repair shop owner; Aircraft instrument technician.
High School Endorsements
Business and Industry
Additional Educational Opportunities
Graduates may pursue a BAAS degree. Brand specific training through major watch companies. Watchmaker training in Switzerland. Industry specific Aircraft instrumentation service training. Industry specific Aerospace instrumentation production and technical training.