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The General Technology program is designed for students who wish to complete a two-year technical degree applicable to immediate employment. The program allows students flexibility in selecting courses that can meet specific educational and employment goals. The program prepares students for unique positions in the workplace for which specified degree programs do not currently exist. It is not intended for large-scale application, but is to be used to meet customized, industry-specific needs and/or unique academic and career goals identified by the student.
The Electromechanical program prepares individuals for employment in electrical and mechanical maintenance fields as entry level maintenance technicians. With the required technical skills, individuals can diagnose electrical and mechanical problems and make appropriate repairs with minimal down time. The program will also address preventative maintenance issues and prevent maintenance problems from occurring.
The Electrical program prepares individuals for employment as electricians in residential, commercial, and industrial settings. The program stresses wiring procedures and requirements set forth by the National Electrical Code. Emphasis is placed on the installation of service equipment, electrical circuits, conduit bending and installation, electrical power distribution, operation/control of motors, and programmable logic controllers.
The Machine Tool program prepares individuals for employment in an industrial setting as machinists and computer numerical control (CNC) programmer/operators. Students gain experience operating different pieces of manufacturing equipment to include machine lathes, mills, grinders, and CAD/CAM software.
The Welding/Metal Fabrication program prepares individuals as welders or metal fabricators. The curriculum focuses on the development of knowledge and skills in Oxy-fuel welding, brazing and cutting, plasma arc cutting and carbon arc cutting, Flux-Core Arc Welding (FCAW), Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) (MIG), Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) (TIG), and Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW).
Our goal is to share useful information and relevant programs to support our veterans as they return to civilian careers. Please visit the "Veterans Resources" section for more information.
The Career & Workforce Development Center is the place to start your new career. You’ll find assistance with career planning, choosing a major, co-op opportunities, job search, interview preparation, resume development, and information on the WorkKeys Assessment. Click HERE for further details.
The Career & Workforce Development Center offers workshops on a variety of career development topics. Workshops are offered on a monthly basis to students, alumni, and job seekers from the public. Click HERE to view the schedule of workshops offered each semester.