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Occupational Technology


This program provides training in a number of different skills that will give students a foundation that can lead to careers in industry or maintenance of commercial and residential complexes. Examples of areas covered are: machining, pneumatics, hydraulics, electricity, drafting, quality control, hand tools, mechanical power and welding. Concurrent college credit is offered for this three period class, which is taught on the Lonoke campus.

Technical Certificate

Requirements: 30 Hours

MUL 1003 Workplace Electricity I
MUL 2003 Workplace Electricity II
MUL 1013 Processes & Quality Control I
MUL 2013 Processes & Quality Control II
MUL 1023 Fluid & Mechanical Power I
MUL 2023 Fluid & Mechanical Power II
MUL 1033 Metalworking I
MUL 2033 Metalworking II
COM 1003 Career Communications
MATHA 1013 Technical Mathematics


Classes will be held August to May, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-3 p.m.

Estimated cost: $4,000 includes tuition, books, fees and supplies


Contact information: 

Carroll Moody, Director 501-207-6206, Email jcmoody

Miranda Harmon, Assistant 501-207-6213, Email msharmon