Industry, Manufacturing, and Trades Area of Interest

Below are the programs related to Industry, Manufacturing and Trades along with some key points about each of them.  To learn more about a specific program, click the program title or program image below.

  • Select from  an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree or short-term certificates specific to vehicle systems including powertrain, brakes, drivetrain, heating and air conditioning, electrical and mechanical diagnostics, and general maintenance.
  • Industry supported entry-level degree that also prepares students for professional exams related to Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certifications and EPA Section 609 Refrigerant Certification
  • Select from an industry supported entry-level degree (non-transfer) or a transfer pathway
  • Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree (non-transfer)
  • Option to transfer upon completion of Associate of Applied Science – Transfer (AAS-T) degree with Articulation Agreements that are aligned with WSU in the areas of Ag & Food Business Economics, Ag Technology & Production Management, Field Crop Management
  • Certificate of Accomplishment award upon completion of the CDL program
  • Prepares students for Washington DOT exam with program trainings specific to defensive driving techniques, brake adjustment, equipment inspection, hazardous material transportation, DOT log books, and trip planning
  • Funding available for eligible students through partnering retraining program
  • Select from an industry supported entry-level degrees (non-transfer) or a transfer pathway
  • Offers degrees for direct employment in the areas Software and Web Development, and Systems Administration for careers in local data centers or IT departments in the public or private sector
  • Transfer degrees offer BBCC graduates junior standing at universities in the areas of Computer Engineering and Computer Science programs
  • Prepares students for employment in automated manufacturing, mechanical maintenance, communication systems, CNC operations, production and auxiliary system support
  • Offers both a Certificate of Achievement and Associate of Applied Science Transfer (AAS-T) degree
  • Supersedes Maintenance Mechanics Technology
  • Serves as the core for Manufacturing and Process Technology
  • Prepares students for entry-level employment in automated manufacturing or to transfer practical skills into various STEM programs including Computer Science and Engineering Technology
  • Offers a Certificate of Achievement for entry-level positions
  • Select from three specializations including Structural Welding, Pipe Welding or Production Welding
  • All credentials are supported local industry and prepare students for welding certification exams
  • Offers both Certificates of Achievement and Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree

This BAS degree builds upon BBCC’s current Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degrees. The program provides customized high-demand management skills courses geared toward the needs of various industry sectors in the local economy. Perfect for working adults who need more flexibility in their schedules have a job or family responsibilities. Prepares students to move into managerial positions that require a bachelor’s degree or to start their own business

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