The Career-Technical Division provides students the opportunity to develop their knowledge and skills through occupational preparation programs. These programs include both theory and hands-on training to ensure that the graduates are job-ready upon successful completion of instruction.
Outstanding features of the Career-Technical Division are the laboratory and shop facilities and the excellent faculty. The facilities are complemented with up-to-date equipment and relevant technology that mirror today’s business and industrial settings.
The Career-Technical faculty represent many years of training and experience in the various occupational fields. In addition to continuous professional development and occupational training, many of the full-time Career-Technical faculty hold graduate degrees in education and/or areas of teaching concentrations.
Students may enroll in the Career-Technical programs at the beginning of the fall, spring, or summer semester, depending upon the individual program curriculum. Please see the program advisor for more details on the entrance dates.
Minimum admission requirements are set by the individual program and will consist of minimum scores on the ACT or COMPASS, but some programs do require additional program specific examinations. Please see the advisor for more details on this admissions policy.
Core Courses/Plan of Study
Career-Technical programs consist of at least thirty hours of core classes directly related to the occupation. Additional academic classes and electives are outlined in the college catalog. For additional curriculum information, please see the program advisor.
The EMCC Career-Technical programs seek to provide students with the entry requirements for local industries, retail establishments and service providers. With the approval of their advisors, students are provided with the opportunity to secure job placement assistance upon completion of their individual programs.
Sorting the possibilities:
Visit the links in the red panel at left to learn more about EMCC's Career-Technical programs or consult these links, listing CT programs broken down by:
Associate Degree programs
Vocational Certificate programs
Health care programs
Manufacturing & Engineering
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