Build the future at Clackamas Community College
Step out of the traditional classroom and into a hands-on workspace with advanced machinery that's designed to simulate real-world work settings. Learn all the skills you need to make a big impact in a career that's engaging and continually evolving.
CCC's Industrial Technology Center and Automotive programs have some of the best facilities in the Pacific Northwest. These programs house state-of-the-market machinery, robotics, tools and more. The spaces are large, full of natural light and classes are led by faculty with decades of experience - making it a one-of-a-kind learning environment. You'll also get the chance to work closely with your peers on in-depth projects.
Take your place in the workforce or advance your skills in your current job with programs you can complete in as as little as one year.
Industrial Technology and Automotive Programs
Certificate Programs - One Year to Complete
Associate of Applied Science Degrees - Two Years to Complete
Transfer to a four-year university
In a partnership with the Oregon Institute of Technology (OIT), CCC offers transferable coursework and transfer pathways such as Manufacturing Engineering Technology, Electronics Engineering Technology, and Technology and Management.
Common Industrial Technology and Automotive Transfer Majors:
- Industrial Technology
Get Started in Industrial Technology and Automotive
You don't have to have your career goals figured out yet. Start with foundations like basic electricity and industrial safety and see where a Clackamas Community College education in the fields of industrial technology and automotive can take you.
Apply and Get Started at CCC
It only takes a few steps to apply to CCC, apply for financial aid and get started on your path to academic success.
Contact the Industrial Technology and Automotive Advisor Before Registering for Courses
Industrial Technology and Automotive advisor:
Begin with courses that will help you reach your academic and career goals
Whether you have a career in mind or are just starting to explore your interest in industrial technology and automotive, you can save time and money by starting with courses that can take you anywhere. Create a strong foundation for any industrial technology or automotive program or a transfer degree at Clackamas Community College by starting with the courses below.
|Beginning Courses||Terms Typically Offered In||Credits|
|FYE-101, First-Year Experience Level I||Fall, winter, spring, summer||2|
|MFG-130, Basic Electricity I||Fall||3|
|MFG-102, Makerspace: An Introduction to Digital Manufacturing OR|
AM-100, Automotive Fundamentals
|Fall, winter, spring, summer (AM-100)||1-3|
|MFG-107, Industrial Safety and First Aid||Fall, winter, spring, summer||3|
|WR-101, Communication Skills: Occupational Writing OR|
MTH-050, Technical Mathematics I
|Fall, winter, spring, summer (WR-101), Fall, winter, spring, summer (MTH-050)||3-4|