The Transportation & Power Division is home to the Automotive & Diesel Technology programs and the Welding & Nondestructive Testing Technology programs. Each program contains various levels of degrees and certificates to fit your career goals.
Links & Forms
The Links & Forms page offers a variety of forms and links for students to use as resources.
The Automotive Technology program provides cutting-edge training for a high-demand industry. Historically, 100 percent of graduates have found positions working in their field. In this program, students can work toward an undergraduate certificate in General Automotive Technology or in several Occupational Endorsements.
Heavy Duty Transportation & Equipment
The Heavy Duty Transportation & Equipment program prepares students for high-paying jobs and the challenge of skilled repair work. Diesel engine maintenance becomes increasingly complex as more electronic components are used to control engine operation. With industry partners and certified technical training, the AAS and certificate will prepare students for the workforce.
Welding & Nondestructive Testing Technology
The Welding & Nondestructive Testing Technology program prepares students for employment as entry-level technicians in construction, manufacturing and transportation industries. A variety of career opportunities throughout the world are available to welding technicians and nondestructive technicians. The program offers an AAS degree in welding that enables students to develop skills in four main welding processes and three thermal cutting processes, as well as two undergraduate certificates.