Career Tech

Pathways

 

Technical and professional level careers in biomedical scientific research and services (laboratory, testing, research and development) and in services related to electrical and industrial engineering, materials science, fuel cell technology and robotics.

Offered Courses

 

Technical and professional level careers in biomedical scientific research and services (laboratory, testing, research and development) and in services related to electrical and industrial engineering, materials science, fuel cell technology and robotics.

Programming and Software Development program areas will prepare students for careers using technical and academic skills to design, develop, test, document, implement and maintain computer software and database systems.

Careers for which this pathway prepares students include: Application Developer, Application Support Specialist, Database Administrator, Database Designer

Postsecondary majors for which this pathway prepares students include:

Computer Science, Information Science/Studies, Software Engineering, Video Game Development, Cybersecurity

The process of earning an industry-recognized credential (and career-technical education in general) allows students to experience education through work, about work and for work. Students learn more deeply by practicing and applying their knowledge through work and employment experiences – learning through work. They learn about workplace expectations in terms of professional or “soft” skills needed for employment, as well as learning about career pathways and what the labor market for particular occupations looks like – learning about work. And, they learn the job-specific skills they will need to perform day-to-day tasks – learning for work.