Applied Technologies

  • Machine tool student adjusts a milling machine
  • 2 students nailing on roof plywood
  • Screen grab of SolidWorks
  • Close-up shot of electrical wiring, with written labels

Build your own degree.

Our Applied Technologies degree program gives students the flexibility to pursue a program that fits their interests or career goals. Choose among two or more technical specialties, and learn those skills you want or need.

For example, you could combine Welding Technology and Machining and Manufacturing Technology, or Construction Technology and Computer Aided Drafting, plus some General Education classes to round out your education.

Program Length Program Cost Degree Earned Expected Salary
Two Years Varies Associate Degree Varies


  • Apply multi-disciplinary knowledge to a variety of applications

  • Learn how to quickly identify, analyze, and solve technical problems

  • Productively use available tools

  • Communicate well verbally, graphically, and in writing

  • Formulate and apply critical thinking skills to troubleshoot systems

  • Communicate and function effectively in teams

  • Demonstrate knowledge of the fundamental safety behaviors and safety equipment

  • Demonstrate the technical skills applicable to each one of the two technical disciplines



Contact the Applied Technologies Enrollment Specialist with any questions, or to set up program shadowing or tours.

Ryan Weber