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Workforce Development and Industry Partnerships

Programs in applied technologies and the Gudelsky Institute include credit, noncredit, and co-listed courses in architecture, construction management, geography, environmental horticulture and sustainable agribusiness, interior design, automotive technology, building and construction technology, computer publishing technology, and workforce technologies.

Workforce Development and Continuing Education programs include business, information technology and safety, adult English language and GED programs, and community education and extended learning.

Program Areas

Who We Are 

Academic Unit Leadership Team
Vice President of Workforce Development and Industry Partnerships
Deans and Department Chairs