3 Different Ways to Graduate from PTEC 

1.      Diploma with Certifications (Workforce Ready after 12th Grade or Military).

Workforce or Military ready indicates that the student has chosen one of the career paths offered at PTEC (Construction, Machining, Welding, Fundamental of Engineering, or CAD) finished the required certifications, and completed the required standard graduation requirements.

 

2.      Diploma with Associates Degree (Remain a student at PTEC for up to two additional years, AKA year 13 and 14).

Students may begin working on an approved associate degree as early as their junior year.  The following is the list of pathways for our partnership with PPCC:

  • AAS Machining Technology (Advanced Manufacturing Emphasis)
  • AAS Machining Technology (Machining Emphasis)
  • AAS Architectural Engineer/Construction Management
  • AAS Building and Construction Technology (Carpentry Emphasis)
  • AAS Building and Construction Technology (Electrical Emphasis)
  • AAS Building and Construction Technology (Masonry Emphasis)
  • AAS Building and Construction Technology (Plumbing Emphasis)
  • AAS Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Technology
  • AAS Computer Aided Drafting (Robotics and Automation Emphasis)
  • AAS Computer Aided Drafting (HVAC Emphasis)
  • AAS Computer Aided Drafting (Mechanical Emphasis)
  • AAS Welding

 

3.      Diploma with college endorsement (Ready for admission to a four-year college after 12th grade). 

Students planning to attend a traditional four-year university after high school should consult the school career advisor for best course of action depending on degree major.  All students planning to attend a four-year university must follow the graduation requirements.

PTEC graduates at graduation
PTEC graduate cap with flowers