WITC students enjoy their 2-year path to the workforce. Students appreciate practical education close to home, with lower tuition and small classes where they receive one-on-one attention.
The careers listed below have upward mobility. With promotion comes more responsibility but also a higher salary.
Becoming an Architect
In Wisconsin and 12 other states, it is possible to become an architect without continuing on to a university. That's a route 5% of our students have chosen. Here's how it works compared to attending a university.
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Some graduates have transferred to UW-Stout, UW-River Falls, UW-Milwaukee, University of Minnesota and Winona State as well as other colleges and universities. Talk to your instructor about options that might be right for you.
Our Professional links Web page provides more information about CAD programs, general architectural, licensing requirements, professional magazines and groups, as well as career resources.