The Applied Career Technologies Division includes technical programs of Architectural and Building Construction Technology, Animal Science, Engineering Technology, Automotive Systems Technology, Collision Repair, Diesel Technology, Advanced Manufacturing, and Horticulture Technology. Rapid growth of technology and material science in our region makes this an exciting time to be a part of Wilkes Community College.
The faculty have widely-varied technical interests, but share the common goal of educating the best engineering technologists possible. The division offers associate in applied science, diploma, and certificate degrees with a stimulating and friendly educational and critical thinking environment.
A few of the many areas of study provided by the division include architectural technology, automotive systems technology, collision repair and refinishing technology, building construction technology, computer engineering, electronics engineering, heavy equipment and transportation technology, horticulture technology, industrial systems technology, and welding technology. Whether you are a high school student considering an engineering technology career, an industry employee interested in an advanced degree, or a member of the region simply interested in learning more about the Applied Career Technologies Division, our web pages are an excellent place to start.