Manufacturing and Industrial Technologies Career Path

​​​I​f you’ve chosen the Manufacturing and Industrial Technologies career path, your next step is to choose which Guided Pathway within the career path is the best fit for you.

Your pathway advisor is happy to meet to discuss your academic goals. And your career coach is eager to meet to discuss your career goals. Both have tools to help you pick the right Guided Pathway.

Also, consider your personality and temperament when exploring which Guided Pathway within Manufacturing and Industrial Technologies fits you. Creative with the ability to quickly solve problems that come your way? You may be well-suited for a career as an auto body technician. Straightforward thinker who diligently monitors the world? Consider building inspection.

Whatever your strengths, the advisors and coaches can help you — from start to finish.

Other Manufacturing and Industrial Technologies Careers

  • Architectural and Civil Drafter
  • Automotive Body and Related Repairer
  • Automotive Glass Installer and Repairer
  • Civil Engineering Technician
  • Cost EstimatorFootnote1
  • Electrical and Electronics Repairer
  • First-Line Supervisor of Mechanics
  • Mechanical Drafter
  • Mechanical EngineerFootnote1
 

​​1 This job may require a bachelor's degree or higher. Please review current job openings and contact your advisor to review your options.

All data gathered for Dallas/Fort Worth. Source: Dallas College​ Labor Market Intelligence


 
 

Yassien Fadul
Current student, Advanced ​Manufacturing/Mechatronic​s
"I know a lot of what I learned at community college and internships will help me at university. I have had a great foundation. But I am just getting started. I am really anxious to see what is yet to come."

 

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