The division of Technical Education provides a high quality education for students who wish to enter careers in business, industry, or agriculture. The division provides support for students in their pursuit of A.A.S. degrees, technical program certificates, and A.S. degrees designed to transfer to four-year institutions. In addition, the division assists business and industry by acting as a resource to promote technology transfer and innovative solutions to problems associated with agriculture, information technology, or manufacturing.
Clean Energy Technology is an associate of applied science degree program, and is designed to train students who wish to enter the job market in selected areas of the clean energy field.
Computer Information Technology prepares individuals for employment as computer professionals and/or the successful transfer to a baccalaureate program at a four-year institution. The department emphasizes the development of competence in the use of the computer and the various information technologies.
Engineering Systems Technology prepares students to assume highly skilled technical and supervisory positions in business and industry. Each of the concentrations has a common core of course work designed to provide a fundamental background in general education and specific course work in Engineering Systems Technology. Students are required to take a minimum of 12 semester hours of technical course work at Walters State Community College.