Welcome to the Technology Division.
The Technology Division at Mott Community College offers Certificates and Associate Degrees in Design, Manufacturing and Service Industry specialties as well as Computer and Information Technology courses and degree programs.
These programs and courses:
- Prepare students for high demand technical careers
- Give students the tools for the highly technical workplace of today
- Allow many students to achieve wages of up to $30 per hour
- Prepare Technology Division AAS degree graduates to transfer to select universities
- Provide registered apprentice training opportunities
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Traditional on campus degree also available
Associate in Applied Science
Certificates of AchievementAutomotive Alternative Fuels
Automotive Undercar Repair Certificate
CAD and Design - Architectural Certificate
CAD and Design - Mechanical Certificate
Computer Networking Technology Certificate
Computer Programming Certificate
Computer Repair Technician Certificate
Computer Science Certificate
Computer Security Certificate
Computer Support Services and Help Desk Certificate
Customer Energy Specialist Certificate
Electrical Technology for Apprentice Electricians Certificate
Electronics and Electrical Technology Certificate
Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Technology Certificate
Machine Tool Technology Certificate
Robotic Programming and Control Certificate
Web Developer Certificate
Web Development for Graphic Designer-Post Degree Certificate
Alternative TrainingApprentice Preparation
Associate in Applied Science This program is designed for students who have progressed in their careers and achieved an advanced classification/status in a recognized technical field.
The program prepares a person for a variety of occupations in the automotive industry. It emphasizes skills to help the person function successfully in the world of work
This program prepares students for entry level design and engineering technology positions where the CAD system is used to drive the concurrent design and manufacturing environment.
The Electronics & Electrical Technology degrees and certificate programs have been carefully designed to prepare and train technicians, electrical apprentices, and future engineers.
The Emphasis in Robotics Option is a customization of the traditional Electronics & Electrical Technology degree prepares students for career in control systems, industrial automation, embedded controls, and robotics.
The HVAC curriculum combines classroom theory and physical principles with laboratory experience using live equipment, in installation service, testing and troubleshooting skills.
This program is designed for students who have completed a recognized apprenticeship program. Depending upon the trade, students will elect a program option of electrician, machinist, or construction and maintenance.
Information Technology offers degree and certificate programs based on industry demands, local business input, and the experience of our faculty.
This program is designed for individuals who want a career with hands-on technology related to the field of engineering. Mechanical Operation Technology (MOT) is concerned primarily with the practical application of support to industrial activities.