- CNC Machining Technology
- Computer Engineering Technology
- Electronics Engineering Technology
- Industrial Systems Technology
- Machining & Maintenance Technology
- Mechanical Design Technology
- Robotics Automation & Mechatronics
Graduates of the WCC Applied Engineering Technology Program will:
- Evaluate and assess industrial work environments and practices to ensure compliance with relevant safety standards.
- Design, construct and troubleshoot electrical circuits for applications including control systems, communications, signal processing and computer networks.
- Utilize mechanical drawings and CAD software to communicate technical information.
- Articulate and defend technical solutions to diverse audiences using mathematics, oral and written communication.
- Diagnose, repair, and maintain equipment and processes within their area of specialization.
Applied Engineering Specialties:
Graduates of the Applied Engineering Technology Program with a specialty in Computer Engineering will:
- Demonstrate competence in understanding the engineering process.
- Demonstrate the necessary critical thinking skills that enable them to interpret, construct, analyze, verify, and troubleshoot fundamental electronic and microprocessor circuits and programs using appropriate techniques and test equipment.
Graduates of the Applied Engineering Technology Program with a specialty in Electronics Engineering will:
- Construct, analyze, verify, and troubleshoot electronic circuits.
Graduates of the Applied Engineering Technology Program with a specialty in Industrial Systems will:
- Demonstrate a basic knowledge of AC/DC electrical concepts, as well as constructing, installing, troubleshooting, and repairing various electrical/electronic systems.
- Understand motors, transformers, and distribution.
- Repair gaskets, seals, pumps, and valves.
- Use advanced hydraulic systems to troubleshoot and repair.