The School of Industry and Trades prepares you for highly-paid, high-demand careers. These include automotive repair and refinishing, welding, and machining. You can be trained to be an electrician or in industrial electronics using factory automation, wiring, and controls
For more information, you can make an appointment with a Modesto Junior College counselor to start exploring the schools and possible majors.
To download a copy of a Flexible 15 Worksheet, click on the following link:
Choose courses until you find a major. Then work with a Counselor to switch to a Program Cousework Roadmap.
|1.||Take ELTEC 208.||1.||Take COLSK 100 or BUSD 230 & GUID 111.|
|2.||Pick one or two courses from the list of the first classes in the Introduction to Major/Program Courses.||2.||Take ELTEC 208.|
|Pick two courses from the list of Introduction to Major/Program Courses.|
|5.||Take MATH 89 or MATH 101 (may need MATH 32)|
|6.||Pick one course from the list of General Education Options.|
Introduction to Major/Program Courses
|Major/Program||Course #||Course Title|
|Autobody||AUDBY 301||Automotive Collision Repair 1|
|Automotive Technology||AUTEC 311||Basic Automotive Systems|
|Electronics Technology||ELTEC 265||Troubleshooting Techniques|
|ELTEC 322||Technical Measurements|
|Logistics||LOGST 202||Introduction to Supply Chain Management|
|Machine Tool Technology||MACH 200||Machine Tool Technology 1|
|Welding||WELD 200||Arc & Gas Welding|
General Education Options
|Course #||Course Title||GE Area(s)|
|BUSAD 240||Principles of Management||MJC GE: B|
|BUSAD 248||Introduction to Business||*|
|PHILO 111||Ethics: Theory and Application||MJC GE: C / CSU GE: C2 / IGETC 3B|
*Does not fulfill a general education requirement, but is highly recommended by area faculty.
These are recommendations from area faculty alternative selections can be made using MJC's general education lists in the catalog. Please see your counselor for assistance in choosing alternative courses.