Marine Technology Programs at LCTC & SFCC in at Camdenton and Lake of the Ozarks campus
Established in 1968 with campuses located in Boonville, Clinton, Eldon, Lake of the Ozarks, Sedalia, Warsaw, Whiteman Air Force Base in Knob Noster, and online; State fair Community College (SFCC) offers Skills and Professional Certificates, Associate of Applied Science degrees and Associate of Arts, Associate of Fine Arts, Associate of Arts in Teaching, and Associate of Science in Chemistry or Engineering degrees for transferring to four-year colleges or universities.
There are over 4500 students in SFCC full-time and part-time students programs. More than 2,100 students take advantage of SFCC’s 260 online classes and offer two degree programs completely online - an Associate of Arts degree and an Associate of Applied Science degree in Business Management. SFCC-Lake of the Ozarks campus provides a programs students interested in general education classes, technical courses, associate degrees, and even bachelor’s degrees and including marine program in collaboration with the Lake Career and Technical Center (LCTC) in Camdenton.
The Lake Career and Technical Center (LCTC) in Camdenton provides career, technical and academic education opportunities for all learners in the local community. The center is locates at Camdenton.
Marine Technology Programs
- LCTC Certificate in Marine Technology (9 months): Courses offered once per year, starting in August and include Propulsion systems - inboard, outboard & stern drive; marine fuel; ignition systems; accessories; steering; remote controls; electrical systems; power tilt trim; propellers; instrumentation; diagnostic procedures. Volvo Penta certification is available for the students.
- SFCC Associate of Applied Science in Marine Technology: This program is a partnership between SFCC-Lake of the Ozarks and the Lake Career and Technical Center (LCTC) in Camdenton. General education requirements are taught at SFCC locations and program courses are taught at the LCTC campus. You can earn an AAS degree via articulation and/or experiential credit. If you’ve graduated from an accredited marine technology or power sports program or have experience in the industry, you can earn up to 45 credit hours toward the Marine Technology degree.
LAST UPDATED ON Mar 19, 2018