Engineering, Manufacturing & Industrial Technology
Engineering, Manufacturing & Industrial Technology careers are related to technologies necessary to
design, develop, install and maintain physical systems. These include engineering, manufacturing, construction, service and related technologies.
Would You Be Attracted to Engineering, Manufacturing & Industrial Technology Careers?
Engineering, Manufacturing & Industrial Technology careers appeal to those that are creative, inquisitive, analytical, detail-oriented and have a natural inclination to problem solve.
- Are you mechanically inclined and practical?
- Would you like reading diagrams and blueprints and drawing building structures?
- Are you curious about how things work?
- Would you enjoy painting a house, repairing cars, wiring electrical circuits or woodworking?
- Take the Interest Survey
Engineering, Manufacturing & Industrial Technology : National Career Clusters
Designing, planning, managing, building and maintaining the built environment.
Planning, managing and performing the processing of materials into intermediate or final products.
Planning, managing and providing scientific research.
Planning, management and movement of people, materials and goods by road, pipeline, air, rail and water.
Is College Right For Me? College is For Everyone!
By studying hard, planning strategically and leveraging the right resources, students can succeed in high school, college and in life. MCC is focused on student success from admission to enrollment and to graduation and beyond. MCC is committed to providing the assistance for a smooth transition to college. Begin by visiting the Admission Office or call (810) 762-0200.
When Should I Begin Career Preparation Activities? NOW!
- If you are a high school student, talk with your counselor.
- For others interested in exploring college options contact a Mott Community College counselor or advisor.
Can High School Students Earn College Credit? YES!
There are a number of ways for students to earn college credit while in high school. Talk with your high school counselor for additional information.
The Career Clusters icons are being used with permission of the States Career Clusters Initiative, 2007,www.careerclusters.org