The Manufacturing and Applied Technology Pathway is a good fit for hands-on, detail oriented students with communication, reasoning, and trouble shooting skills who enjoy working with computers, machinery and other types of technology. Academic programs in this pathway can lead to careers in electronics, tooling, manufacturing, automotive technology, HVAC, industrial maintenance, welding, plastics, and quality science among others.
The Pathway Programs are designed to help students who are deciding on their academic and career goals to identify an area of interest.
Career programs are designed to prepare students for employment or advancement in a specific career field.
Transfer Programs are designed to prepare students to transfer to a college or university to complete a bachelor’s degree.
Career + Transfer Programs
Career + Transfer Programs are designed both to prepare students for entry into specific careers and to transfer to a college or university to complete a bachelor’s degree.
Need Help Selecting a Career?
Below are two options which can assist with identifing careers and what programs GRCC has to align with these careers:
FOCUS 2 is an online tool that will help you to identify careers based on your personal strengths and interests, as well as additional online career exploration resources.