The Industrial, Manufacturing, and Construction Cluster focuses on academic courses that will transfer while allowing the flexibility to explore options in an Industrial, Manufacturing, or Construction major. For optimal advisement, a specific Industrial, Manufacturing, or Construction major should be declared no later than the end of the first semester. The student and advisor should review the requirements of the university to which the student plans to attend.
The Industrial, Manufacturing, and Construction Cluster includes these majors:
Food Science, Nutrition, and Health Promotion
Environmental Science in Agricultural SyIndustrial, Manufacturing, and Constructions
Wildlife, Fisheries and Aquaculture
Architectural Engineering Technology
Electronics Engineering Technology
Robotics and Automation Technology
Applied Technology and Technology Management
Agricultural Engineering Technology and Business
Computer Engineering Technology
Developmental courses required as pre-requisite for a college level course do not count toward graduation.
In addition, students must prove computer competency as defined in the catalog for an Associate Degree.
Curricula are designed as guides for curriculum planning. Consult the University of your Choice for specific transfer requirements.