The Industrial and Engineering Technology Division includes a wide variety of career fields. There are 16 career fields listed below ranging from engineering technology and welding to cosmetology and horticulture. These career fields are growing rapidly with exciting opportunities and good salaries. As long as there is a need for construction, manufacturing, electricity, air conditioning, automobiles, etc., there will be a demand for industrial and engineering technology skills and knowledge. The associate degrees, diplomas and certificates combine classroom study and hands-on training to prepare you for a rewarding career. They help you develop rational thinking skills and give you a broad technical knowledge to ensure success. Program laboratories have state-of-the-art equipment, computers and software and our faculty are highly qualified and experienced in their fields. If you want to pursue a four-year degree, many of TTC's credits will transfer to four-year colleges and universities worldwide. As with all TTC programs, students interested should consult with a faculty advisor to discuss program requirements, class times and frequency of offerings. For more information, call (843) 574-6156. TTC reserves the right to cancel courses due to inadequate enrollment.
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