The Industrial Technology and Transportation (ITT) Pathway at Bakersfield College is dedicated to providing opportunities to help develop students’ skills, knowledge, and abilities. These courses are designed to enhance problem-solving skills and provide hands-on-experiences. Students seeking entry-level and/or advanced level skills will be prepared to enter the workforce directly or continue their education at a four-year university. Using state-of-the-art technologies, each program prepares the student for industry and leadership opportunities. With the combination of lecture and hands-on experiences, engaged faculty and staff provide an environment that fosters critical thinking and innovation.
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|Aneesha Awrey||Counselor, General/CTE; Counseling Expert - Industrial and Transportation Technology Pathway (CTE)||email@example.com||
|Cynthia Quintanilla||Counselor, BS Degree, Industrial Automation and Engineering; Counseling Expert - Industrial and Transportation Technology (BS degree only) and STEM (ENGR only) Pathwaysfirstname.lastname@example.org||
|Vanesa Hernandez||Financial Aid Technician, Athletics; Financial Aid Expert - Industrial and Transportation Technology Pathwayemail@example.com||
|Katherine Makaiwi||Educational Advisor, Career & Technical Education (CTE); Advising Expert - Industrial and Transportation Technology Pathwayfirstname.lastname@example.org||
The Bakersfield College Program Map is a great resource to find Program Learning Outcomes and detailed career outlook statistics for each of the programs of study associated with this Learning and Career Pathway. For more information about career outlooks in any field, visit the US Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics' Occupational Outlook Handbook.
If you are pursuing one of the degrees in this pathway, you will want to enroll in 15 units each semester to graduate in approximately two years. This would require 30 units in your first year. Some of those units you earn in your first year should be in Math, English, and your major! Not only will earning 9 units in your major your first year keep you on track to your degree, it may also help you earn a certificate on the way!