Industry and Manufacturing

Are you fascinated by space travel, autonomous vehicles, high tech manufacturing? Do you like hands-on work like welding, HVAC, CAD, or auto repair? Technical programs attract students who like to learn by doing. Students develop skills valued by employers through lab work and/or industry-related projects. Whether you come in with a solid mechanical background or a strong foundation in math, the diverse program options allow you to find a technical path that aligns with your skills, values, and goals. 

Industry and Manufacturing Non-Credit Options

Non-credit courses and certificates are a great way to enhance your skills and grow your knowledge base. Classes can be completed in a shorter timeframe, so you can enter the workforce more quickly while furthering your education. Non-credit classes do not qualify for financial aid, but funding is available through alternative options.