Career Pathway Options

Career Pathways at WCTC are designed to provide students with an opportunity to gain a select set of skills by taking one credential at a time. It’s a laddering approach that divides longer programs into shorter-term credentials. The student gets trained quickly, acquires a certificate that focuses on a select set of skills, and enters the workforce. After employed, the individual can continue or return to school – while maintaining employment – and earn a higher-level skill set within that pathway.

Career Pathway Diagram

Each step improves career and earning potential and works toward developing skill sets needed by a specific industry. Students are offered the flexibility required to move forward with their education and employment goals at their own pace.

The following programs at WCTC have pathway certificates* leading to diplomas or degrees.

Administrative Professional View or print pathway
Automation Systems Technology View or print pathway
Automotive Technology - General Option View or print pathway
Auto Collision Repair & Refinish Technician View or print pathway
Baking and Pastry Management View or print pathway
Culinary Management View or print pathway
Early Childhood Education View or print pathway
EMS: Paramedic Technician View or print pathway
Fire Medic View or print pathway
Fire Protection Technician View or print pathway
Foundations of Teacher Education View or print pathway
Global Business View or print pathway
Health Information Technology View or print pathway
Human Resources View or print pathway
Hospitality Management View or print pathway
Industrial Maintenance Technician View or print pathway
IT – Computer Support Specialist View or print pathway
IT - Network Specialist View or print pathway
IT – Web and Software Developer View or print pathway
Leadership Development View or print pathway
Marketing View or print pathway
Medical Assistant View or print pathway
Metal Fabrication/Welding- Advanced View or print pathway
Nursing View or print pathway
Phlebotomy Technician View or print pathway
Quality Management View or print pathway
Real Estate View or print pathway
Tool and Die Making View or print pathway

*To qualify for most federal and state financial aid, a student must be enrolled in a technical diploma or associate degree program.