Construction and Industrial Technology
The Construction & Industrial Technology Division includes a wide variety of dynamic career fields. There are 12 associate degree programs ranging from Engineering Technologies and Welding to Horticulture Technology. These career fields are growing rapidly with exciting opportunities and good salaries. As long as there is a need for construction, machining, electricity, air conditioning, automobiles, etc., there will be a demand for the technology skills and knowledge offered in the Construction & Industrial Technology Division.
The associate degrees, diplomas and certificates combine classroom study and hands-on training to prepare you for a rewarding career. They help you develop rational thinking skills and give you a broad technical knowledge to ensure success. Program laboratories have state-of-the-art equipment, computers and software and our faculty are highly qualified and experienced in their fields.
Among our programs are numerous day/evening opportunities for diploma or certificate options. Our instructors have been nominated for excellence in teaching awards, participated in local, regional, and state leadership training, presented at national conferences, and played instrumental roles in the college's total quality improvement initiative.