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Choose from more than 70 one-year technical and two-year associate degree programs that cover all the skills, knowledge and tools required to start a new career.

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Supply Chain Management

Business Management & Administration
Associate Degree
10-182-1
Online

Advance your career Supply chains are everywhere in every business, service, or hospital. Other terms you may know describe specific parts of a supply chain. Words such as logistics...

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Technical Studies-Journeyworker

Advanced Manufacturing
Associate Degree
10-499-5
In-Person

Go beyond In response to requests for academic recognition of registered apprenticeship training in the state of Wisconsin, the Wisconsin Technical College System provides a Technic...

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Welding Fabrication Technician

Advanced Manufacturing
Technical Diploma
32-457-1
In-Person

Advance your career You’re already an accomplished industrial welder but maybe you’re looking to take on a new challenge and advance your skills—and your career. Metal fabrication i...

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Welding-Industrial

Advanced Manufacturing
Technical Diploma
31-442-1
In-Person

Learn to burn Evidence of welders’ work is all around us—everything from battleships, cars, and piping to the amazing dome on the U.S. Capitol Building. If you like hands-on work, h...

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Wind Energy Technology

Energy
Associate Degree
10-482-1
In-Person

Take hold of your future The wind energy industry is the fastest growing segment of renewable energy production. The U.S. and Canadian wind industry is experiencing annual growth of...

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Wind Technician

Energy
Technical Diploma
31-482-1
In-Person

Reach New Heights in the Wind Energy Industry Demand for skilled Wind Energy Technicians is growing due to the wind energy industry being one the fastest growing segments of energy ...

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