Technology programs prepare you for employment immediately after graduation by providing you with the knowledge and skills for your first job. While working, many graduates have also continued their studies at local four-year colleges and universities. Programs have been designed by Community College faculty based on their years of experience and current knowledge of the Allegheny County job market.
These programs are continuously evaluated to ensure that they meet the technological needs in the future. In many cases, the programs are monitored by advisory committees of representatives of business and industry. Graduates of these programs are surveyed after graduation to make certain that the skills they have learned at the Community College are appropriate at work.
Drafting &/or Surveying (See Civil Engineering Technology–Certificate)
Mechatronics Technology (degree program)
Mechatronics Technology (certificate program)
Professional engineers need 24 professional development hours or PDHs every recertification cycle. Complete some or all Act 25 requirements by taking courses at West Hills Center and South Campus of the Community College of Allegheny County, which house our engineering labs