Degree Potential: Graduates are sought by the business industry, federal government, and academia to fill positions as sales representatives, manufacturing technologists/supervisors, automation specialists, quality control coordinators, and technology teachers.
Industrial Technology Education
Degree Potential: Graduates are sought by educational institutions to teach industrial technology at the secondary level.
NOTE: Students interested in this program must apply through the School of Education, Leadership and Public Service. Please see their Web site for details.
Computer Numerical Control Technology
Degree Potential: Graduates from the Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Technology program are employed to set-up, maintain and operate CNC equipment.
Laddering Opportunities: For students interested in pursuing a degree beyond the associate, the credits earned in this associate degree program are transferable to a baccalaureate degree program in Industrial Technologies or Mechanical Engineering Technology with little or no loss of credit.
Computer Numerical Control
Degree Potential: Graduates are employed as machine technician operators.
Laddering Opportunities: For students interested in pursuing a degree beyond the certificate, the credits earned in this certificate are transferable to an associate degree program in Computer Numerical Control Technology with little or no credit loss.