Utah Tech University

Career & Technical


Career & Technical Education (CTE) provides active learning opportunities for students to acquire industry specific knowledge and skills needed to prepare for meaningful employment in a competitive and global workforce. Through focused and applied skill attainment, students earn certificates and associate degrees that lead directly to careers. 

Nancy Hauck

UT’s CTE Administrator

Dr. Nancy Hauck, Associate Provost, is the CTE administrator for UT.

Perkins Act


UT is part of the Southwest Utah CTE Consortium. The consortium, works together to meet the CTE needs in our region by completing a Perkins V Comprehensive Local Needs Assessment and Perkins Application. See documents linked below.


& Programs


UT has 17 certificates and 11 associate degrees in CTE. For details see list and links below:

College of Health Sciences

College of Business

College of Science, Engineering, & Technology

College of Education

College of Humanities & Social Sciences