What if your education could propel you upward today and for the rest of your career?
And what if it set the stage for a future that might include a degree in business, design, engineering, computer science or sustainability?
From Accounting to Welding and Automotive Collision Repair to Web Development, we offer intensive, hands-on educational paths that meet the highest industry standards and result in some of the best job placement rates in the state.
Start your career trajectory by earning a certificate in a high-demand field such as:
- Automotive Collision Repair
- Automotive Service
- CAD – BIM
- Computer Networking
- Construction Essentials
- Geographic Information Systems
- Water Quality Management
- Web Development
- Welding 1
- Welding 2
Programs in the College of Trades, Industry and Professional Studies meet or exceed industry standards and guidelines for the following:
- American Welding Society
- I-CAR (Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair)
- ASE (Automotive Service Excellence)
- NATEF (National Automotive Technical Education Foundation)
Many of the programs offered in the College of Trades, Industry and Professional Studies take place on Emily Griffith’s Trade Campus at 1205 Osage St.
This cutting-edge, 50,000-square-foot facility is equipped with an HVAC lab, automotive and welding shops, high-tech computer labs, industrial sewing equipment, a blacksmith shop and more. This high-tech campus will be your onsite learning laboratory for practicing critical skills you’ll use throughout your career.