Commitment to Excellence.
Employer Desired Skills.
Enroll in a career program that is industry relevant, innovative and meets employer needs so you graduate prepared for the workforce.
- Academic knowledge plus applied technical skills, industry-driven credentials and job-specific preparation.
- Local business community advisory boards work directly with industry-experienced faculty so that curriculum prepares students for the jobs of today and tomorrow.
- CTE partners with local businesses such as Boeing and Van Horn Aviation through the Arizona Advanced Manufacturing Institute Center (AzAMI) to educate a future workforce and bring training directly to their employees.
- MCC’s industry partnerships and stellar reputation make our students in demand.
Engaged faculty and staff are here to help you reach success by guiding you to match your interests with your skills and aptitudes so you’ll discover your ideal career. You’ll receive the inspiration, support and expertise to put you on your successful education path.
Listen to Our Alumni
Chris Podkowa shares how he used his interest in vehicles and the real-world skills taught at MCC to invest in his future with an associate's degree in automobile performance technology. Innovative education makes MCC graduates valuable to employers.
Why an MCC Career and Technical Education is so Outstanding
Our CTE programs are renowned for being affordable, boasting teaching and advising industry experts; providing flexible schedules; offering valuable skills and assisting with job placement.
- Real Value
- Learn from Industry Experts
- Flexible Scheduling
- Networking Opportunities
- National Recognition
Career and Technical Education Program are great investments for students looking for an occupational path and professionals wanting to advance.
Learn from Industry Experts
Instructors experienced in the fields that they teach liaison with advisory boards of local industry and community leaders to keep class instruction timely and innovative.
To fit busy schedules, classes are day and evening, on campus and online, with more than 30 degrees and certificates entirely online.
MCC’s reputation and connections within the business community and faculty who often work in their fields create opportunities for valuable networking.
What Do You Want to Study?
Explore the MCC Career and Technical Education programs (listed below) you might pursue, as well as the requirements and other details for each.
Career & Technical Programs
Not Sure What You Want to Study?
MCC Career Services can help you find careers matched to your interests, values, abilities and what you want in a job. Self assess via free computerized quizzes and an MCC advisor will help you match CTE programs.
Tools and Resources
Whatever questions you have, we’ll help you find the answers. Here are some quick links that will give you the tools and information you need to move forward.
- Paying for College
- Job Search Resources
- What Can I do With This Major?
- Career Pathways
- Academic Advising
- Transfer Easily
Paying for College
Our financial aid specialists can guide you through the many options for finding scholarships, grants, loans and work-study funds, starting with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Job Search Resources
You’ll find thousands of listings in our job bank, plus help with your search skills.
What Can I do With This Major?
Review the career possibilities in these fields of study to find the path to your future profession.
Pick an area of interest and find clear direction on achieving the certificate or degree you’ll need.
Once you enroll at MCC, our advisors assist with everything from basic questions and resource referrals to transfer pathways.
Become a Student
Whether your goal is to complete a degree, transfer to a university, earn a certificate, enhance your career or take classes for personal growth, we can help you get started. Our Enrollment Steps take you on the path you need to follow for success.