Associate in Applied Science (AAS) Degree Programs

  • All programs have Certificate of Completion options.
  • You can take selected courses within a program to improve your technical job skills.
  • You can take course groupings out of a program and receive training for specialty options, i.e., brake specialist, alignment specialist, air conditioning specialist, glass installer, hydraulics specialist, arc welder, pipe welder, house painter, carpenter, graphic designer, press operator, etc.
  • Most courses will transfer to a bachelor's degree plan at four-year universities offering industrial technology programs. Currently, by written agreement, Texas A&M-Central Texas accepts entire programs in transfer.
  • All programs have an internship option to provide real-world work experiences.
  • All tools are furnished in all programs except the welding program.
  • Financial Aid and VA benefits are available to all who qualify.
  • Tuition Assistance is available for active-duty military who qualify.
  • Scholarships are available on an application and selection basis.

Certificate of Completion Programs

  • All programs have AAS degree plan options.
  • You can take selected course out of the programs to improve your technical job skills.
  • You can take course groupings out of a program and receive training for specialty options, i.e., brake specialist, alignment specialist, air conditioning specialist, glass installer, hydraulics specialist, arc welder, pipe welder, house painter, carpenter, graphic designer, press operator, etc.
  • All programs (except Heating and Air Conditioning and Truck Driving) are open-entry and self-paced.
    1. Start when you like except for holidays and closure periods.
    2. Set your own schedule within times program taught.
    3. Finish your courses early and earn full credit.
    4. Take a break between courses and pick up where you left off when you return.
    5. Schedule classes around your work schedule.
    6. Select from afternoon or night classes.

 

  • All programs have an internship option to provide real-world work experience.
  • All tools are furnished (except in Welding).
  • If you are enrolled in the auto and diesel programs, you may work on your own vehicle when such work is related to your class and you provide the parts. Instructor permission is required.
  • Level I certificate programs are currently exempt from the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) examination, but may require diagostic testing.
  • Level II certificate programs may require the TSI examination. Visit a counselor to determine whether you need to take the TSI examination..
  • Financial Aid and VA benefits are available to all who qualify.
  • Tuition Assistance is available for active-duty military who qualify.
  • Scholarships are available on an application and selection basis.

Program Options