Collin College Technical Campus

An artist's rendering of the Collin College Technical Campus Southwest entrance.
An artist's rendering of the Collin College Technical Campus as seen from the southwest entrance.

When completed in 2020, Collin College Technical Campus will be a comprehensive campus offering students multiple paths to success in high-demand, high-wage career fields including automotive, construction, health care, information technology and manufacturing.

An illustration of Collin College Technical Campus's "Trade Bar" conceptThe three-story, 340,000 square-foot facility will serve up to 7,100 traditional college and dual credit students when fully occupied. Designed with workforce education as its core function, Collin College Technical Campus will provide classroom and lab space dedicated to training tomorrow's craftspeople with the newest industry-standard technology and the latest techniques. The campus's "trade bars," illustrated to the right, are dedicated to major career concentration areas. "Learning yards" between the trade bars provide exterior spaces for cross-discipline work and project-based learning.

Click here for the latest construction updates
on the Collin College Technical Campus

 

What programs will the Collin College Technical Campus offer?

While programming at the Collin College Technical Campus may change over time to meet Collin County's workforce needs, Collin College is developing more than a dozen new trade programs to ensure today's students are prepared for tomorrow's job market. That means looking at growing industries and determining which programs will best serve the county's residents in the future.

The following programs will be offered at Collin College Technical Campus beginning in fall 2020.

Advanced Manufacturing
Biomedical Equipment Technology
Electronic Engineering Technology
Industrial Automation

Architecture and Construction
Computer-Aided Drafting and Design (CADD)
Construction Management
Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
Welding Technology

Health Science
Health Professions (CNA, EKG, PHLEB)

Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)
Computer Networking

Logistics and Transportation
Automotive Service Technician
Collision Repair

Click here for a complete listing of Collin College's existing workforce programs

Top