Technology, Trades, & Manufacturing

Work with leading edge technology, tools, and equipment to solve problems and get creative across several growing trades.

Diesel technician, application developer, or welder—set a target on your career via the Technology, Trades, and Manufacturing area of study to advance your industry value and reach your career goals quickly.

Programs of Study


Commerical Driver License (CDL)

Get the training and on-the-road experience needed to earn a Commercial Driver's License (CDL).
Diesel Technology

Diesel Equipment Technology

Get the technical knowledge and hands-on skills for diesel careers in the logging, construction, mining, agriculture, and trucking industries. See also the Bachelor's Degree in Diesel Technology.



Get comprehensive training in installation, fabrication, testing, maintenance, and repair of computers, electrical systems, electronics, and robotics systems.
Energy Technnology

Energy Technology

Prepare for employment in the power generation industry.
industrial trades

Industrial Trades

The Industrial Trades certificate includes basic training needed for Diesel Technology, Electronics, Robotics, and Automation (ERA), Energy Technology, and Welding. It is a common first year of classes that ends with an Industrial Trades Certificate

information technology

Information Technology

Get on track for a high-demand career in IT. See also the Bachelor's Degree in Information Technology: Application Development.


Earn a fast certificate or a two-year degree for a high-demand career in welding.



Career & Technical Education
Tech (TEC) Building, Room 114