Stark State College of Technology

Stark State College of Technology (SSCT) is a state-assisted institution of higher education whose mission is to provide accessible, quality associate degree programs, training and lifelong education in a diverse and supportive learning environment to foster success in a dynamic global economy. The largest of five colleges and universities in Stark County, and Ohio's largest technical college, SSCT enrolls more than 5,665 students in associate degree and certificate programs and some 2,500 students in continuing education and contract training activities. At Stark State College, we're changing lives and building futures ... your future!

Stark State is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools offers 43 associate degree programs and seven certificate programs that prepare individuals to be technicians and paraprofessionals in business technologies, engineering technologies, health technologies, information technologies and public service technologies. Degrees awarded are the Associate of Applied Science, Associate of Applied Business, Associate of Science and Associate of Technical Studies.

Students majoring in engineering technologies may pursue the associate of applied science degree in a variety of engineering technology programs such as: Applied Industrial Technology, Civil Technology, Design Technology, Electrical Technology, Electronic Technology, Electric Power Utility Technology, Environmental, Health and Safety Technology, HVAC Technology, and Mechanical Technology.

Bachelor's degree: In most of the associate degree programs, all or nearly all courses may be applied toward a bachelor's degree in technology. Bachelor's degree requirements and course transferability are controlled by the institution to which the student plans to transfer.

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At Stark State College, We're changing lives and building futures ... your future!

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Career information from Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor,
Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2004-05 Edition and member schools.