Culinary Arts

Overview Culinary Arts is a broad-based program. Having a reputation for preparing and serving fine food is an asset to any establishment, whether it is a fine-dining restaurant or a college dining hall. If you want to explore culinary career options, this is the program for you.   You Will Learn: Professional food preparation Safe food  … Read more

Construction Technology

Overview Construction Technology is a hands-on program. You will use applied math and logic skills to solve problems and complete tasks. If you like to work with your hands, especially outdoors, and would like to be part of a crew that builds structures in the community, this is the program for you.   You Will Learn:  … Read more


Overview The Cosmetology program allows students to complete the 1500 hours required for licensing in Indiana. If you are passionate about beauty and the latest trends and you enjoy hands-on work, helping others and being creative, then you should consider this program.   You Will Learn: Hair, skin, scalp, and nail care Hair styling and coloring  … Read more

Culinary Arts II

Overview Culinary Arts II prepares students for occupations and higher education programs of study related to the entire spectrum of careers in the food industry, including food production and services; food science, dietetics, and nutrition; and baking and pastry arts. Topics for this advanced program include basic baking theory and skills, introduction to breads, introduction  … Read more

Culinary Arts I

Overview A variety of opportunities and experiences are used to expose students to the areas of culinary arts and hospitality management. Students gain experience in food safety and personal hygiene; sanitation and safety; regulations, procedures, and emergencies; food storage; basic culinary skills; culinary math; food preparation techniques; menu planning; food cost; use of tools and  … Read more

Automotive Collision Technology

Overview Automotive Collision Technology is a hands-on program. If you are interested in making vehicles look new by repairing and refinishing them to meet industry standards, this is the program for you.   You Will Learn: Body repair Painting and computerized color-mixing Frame diagnosis and techniques Car welding Cost estimation   A Typical Student The  … Read more

Automotive Collision Technology II

Overview Automotive Collision Repair Technology II introduces concepts in auto paint with an emphasis on the handling of materials and equipment. Additional academic skills taught in this course include precision measurement and mathematical calibrations as well as scientific principles related to adhesive compounds, color mixing, abrasive materials, metallurgy, and composite materials. The lab operates as  … Read more

Automotive Technology I

Overview Students in Automotive Technology I learn to maintain and repair all types of vehicles. Students learn to maintain and repair all types of vehicles. Students learn about basic automotive service, braking systems, electrical systems, automatic transmission and transaxles, and manual drivetrains and axles. Mathematical skills are reinforced through precision measuring activities and cost estimation/calculation  … Read more

Automotive Technology

Overview Automotive Technology is a hands-on program. If you are mechanically inclined and enjoy fixing and maintaining vehicles and learning how they work, then you should consider this hands-on program. Participate in the Early College option and earn the Ivy Tech Certificate in Maintenance and Light Repair while at WCC. Participate in the Early College option and  … Read more