Lakeshore Technical College– Architecture & Construction Career Pathway

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Architecture & Construction Career Pathway

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For more information on career pathways, contact the LTC High School Liaison or your guidance counselor.

Engineer Technician Welding Inspector
Civil Engineer Technical Education Instructor
Field Technician Technical Sales
Industrial Engineer Metal Fabricator/Welder
Surveyor Pipe Fitters
Boat Builder & Shipwright Subcontractor
CAD Drafter Material Supplier
HVAC Specialist Builder
High School
English I English II English III English IV
Math, Algebra, or Geometry Additional Math Additional Math, Technical Math, or Business Math
Physical Science, Biology, or Chemistry Additional Science Additional Science
Social Studies
History (American/World) Government Geography Psychology or Sociology or Economics
Additional Requirements
Physical Education

Suggested electives to earn LTC credits while in High School

Drafting Mechanical Design I/ CAD I (3 cr)
Drafting Mechanical Design II/ CAD II (1 cr)
Word, Excel, Access, & Powerpoint Levels 1,2,3 (1 cr each)
Welding Intro (1 cr each)
College Tech Math 1A (3 cr)
Economics (3 cr)
Oral/Interpersonal Communication (3 cr)
Introduction to Psychology (3 cr)
Written Communication (3 cr)
Communication Skills for the Workplace (2 cr)
Basic Electricity for Trades (3 cr)
DC Fundamentals (3 cr)
Welding Basic (6 cr)

  *After 10th or 11th grade, assess for college readiness and provide academic/career advising. Complete Accuplacer assessment to determine academic readiness and career skill preparedness. Recommended LTC Career Activities: Experience LTC and Campus Tours
Lakeshore Technical College
Associate Degrees
Technical Diplomas
  Mechanical Design Welding-Industrial
Industrial Maintenance
Welding Training-short term
Certified Quality Technician
General Studies
Capella University
Franklin University
Marian College
Silver Lake College
Cardinal Stritch
Lakeland College
Milwaukee School of Engineering
UW-Green Bay