West Kentucky Community and Technical College's Applied Technologies Division awards associate degrees, diplomas and career studies certificates in fields of construction, engineering, manufacturing, and transportation. Division programs prepare technical students for careers in industry through the promotion of hands-on skill instruction and applied academics in a safe and technologically current learning environment. The job market for graduates in these areas is continually growing with jobs available locally, regionally and nationally.
In addition to program offerings, the Applied Technologies Division offers the Adult Agriculture Education KCTCS System Initiative for the western Kentucky area. You can refer to frequently asked questions for additional information about this initiative.
Admission to a KCTCS college does not guarantee admission to a specific program. Applicants seeking admission to an occapational/technical program should contact the admission office and/or the program webpage for specific information regarding any special requirements for program admission. Students seeking admission to an Applied Technologies Division program should contact the program coordinator for more information regarding program admissions requirements.
WKCTC is a member of the National Coalition of Advanced Technology Centers, a network of higher education resources that advocates and promotes the use of technology applications that enhance economic and workforce development programs and services.