Industrial and Trade programs at SCC give students a wide variety of excellent career
opportunities to pursue. The demand for skilled technicians and professionals in these
career fields is at an all-time high and continues to grow. Looking for a high-paying,
high-demand profession doing something that you love? Check out one of our industrial
and trade programs today and see how quickly you can get started!
Manufacturing, industrial and engineering technology programs prepare students to be machinists, technicians, fabricators and much more. If you are mechanically inclined and interested in an industrial career, one of the following programs may be for you.
Get started with a Mechatronics certificate in as little as two academic terms or complete a two-year Associate of Applied Science degree.
Explore the machine tool industry with our Precision Machining programs and earn an Associate of Applied Science or Certificate in Precision Machining and Manufacturing.
Interested in a hands-on career? Automotive, HVAC and Welding jobs are always in high demand. Become an expert in a specialized trade and carve out your pathway toward success. Explore our Transportation & Applied Technologies programs to learn the skills needed to thrive in various industries.
Get hands-on experience working with real customers and their vehicles, or even become a Ford apprentice with our one-of-a-kind Automotive Technology opportunities.
Drive tractor-trailers and trucks for a living! You can become Class A certified at our Tyger River campus or earn your Class B CDL at the Cherokee County campus.
Discover a growing industry of diesel vehicle maintenance and take advantage of SCC's prime location in one of the southeastern USA's major transportation crossroads.
Become certified in HVAC for a rewarding and always in-demand career, or earn your associate's degree in HVAC technologies.
With SCC's hands-on welding opportunities, you can earn your welding certification, or continue on with advanced training scenarios and earn your Associate of Applied Science degree.
The Technical Scholars program offers students the unique opportunity to expand learning beyond the classroom to develop skills for real-world experience. Students participating in this program attend classes full-time at SCC, in an eligible degree program, while working part-time with a sponsor company, which may also provide tuition assistance for the student. Eligible programs of study and application periods vary depending on the company sponsor. Programs of study may include Automated Manufacturing Technology, Electronics Engineering Technology, Mechatronics, Machine Tool Technology, Automotive Technology, and Welding. Find out more information about applying to Technical Scholars by contacting Andi Moose in Career Services at (864) 592-4820 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Questions about the Industrial and Trade programs at SCC? Contact us anytime.
David Vizcaya, Program Director
John Mathis, Program Coordinator
Garrett Brown, Program Director/Industrial Technologies
Nick Turner, Program Director