Davidson County Community College offers certificate and Associate degree programs in applied engineering technology, automotive systems technology, computer-integrated machining, electronics engineering technology, industrial systems technology, information technology, electrical technician, and Linux OS. Many of their programs utilize hands-on learning. Students in fields such as industrial systems technology or electronics engineering technology can select an area of emphasis. Credits earned at DCCC can be transferred towards a baccalaureate degree at universities in the UNC System.
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