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The Technology Department at Clinton Community College consists of five associate programs of study. The programs include Computer Information Systems, Computer and Electronics Technology, Mechanical Technology, Renewable Energy Technologies, and Wind Energy and Turbine Technology. All five programs award an Associate in Applied Science degree upon successful completion. AAS degrees typically allow students to join the workforce immediately after college.
Study in any technology area is considered challenging due to the courses students must successfully complete. But the rewards are higher for students completing a technology program. Rewards like higher pay, solid employment prospects, and the wide-ranging options in different fields.