Industry, Manufacturing & Construction Pathway

Learn by doing with our advanced manufacturing and architectural technology programs. Develop skills valued by employers through lab work and/or industry-related projects. Whether you come in with a solid mechanical background or no experience at all, these diverse program options allow you to find a technical path that aligns with your skills, values and goals. 

Program Name Degree Type
APPLIED TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM
- Applied TechnologyAssociate of Applied Science
ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM
- Architectural TechnologiesAssociate of Applied Science
- Digital Design MediaAssociate of Applied Science
- Sustainable DesignAssociate of Applied Science
- Contemporary Building TechnologyCertificate
- Digital Design MediaCertificate
- Sustainable DesignCertificate
- RevitCertificate
- Basic Building CraftsCertificate
- Advanced Building CraftsCertificate
ENGINEERING GRAPHICS & MECHANICAL DESIGN PROGRAM
- InventorCertificate
- SolidworksCertificate
- Scanned Input 3D ModelingCertificate
FABRICATION WELDING PROGRAM
- Fabrication WelderAssociate of Applied Science
- Basic WeldingCertificate
- Intermediate WeldingCertificate
- ARC WelderCertificate
- Fabrication WelderCertificate
MACHINE TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM
- CNC ManufacturingAssociate of Applied Science
- CNC ManagementAssociate of Applied Science
- Basic MachiningCertificate
- Intermediate MachiningCertificate
- CNC Machine Tool OperatorCertificate
- Industrial Maintenance TechnologiesCertificate
- Multi-Axis LatheCertificate
- CNC Wire EDM Certificate
- Five Axis Milling Machine Certificate
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Denotes a "Degree with Designation" (DWD) that has a statewide transfer degree plan or a statewide transfer articulation program in place and is fully transferable in its entirety into any Colorado public four-year program. DWDs are awarded with a specific program designation major on the transcript. See an academic advisor for more information.