The Manufacturing, Engineering, and Technology career cluster provides students with exposure to a wide array of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) careers. The career cluster philosophy is based on state and national standards, strong industrial partnerships, numerous research opportunities, hands on learning experiences, and continuous technological improvements.
Requirements to Enroll and Complete Program: Be in good academic standing with an overall GPA of 2.0 or higher.
1 Source: My College Options®/ACTE research study (2016). National sample includes 40,192 high school CTE students., 2 Jacobson and Mokher, Florida Study of Career and Technical Education, 2014, as cited in the 2014 National Assessment of CTE Final Report, 3 NRCCUA® and ACTE 2016, 4 Schneider 2013, College Measures