Jason Mattox, Associate Vice President of Career Technical Education/Division Head
Welcome to the Division of Engineering Technology & Occupational Education. This division includes programs in Collision Repair Technology, Automotive Mechanics and Service Technician, Civil Engineering Technology, Construction Engineering Technology, Drafting, Design & 3D Modeling Technology, Diesel Power Technology, Electrical Technology, Heating and Air Conditioning Technology, Industrial Maintenance Technology, Precision Manufacturing and Machining Technology, Accounting Technology, Administrative Office Technology Certificate/A.A.S, Business & Marketing Management Technology, Computer Technology, Culinary Arts Technology, Early Childhood Education Technology, Hospitality Management Technology, Information Systems Technology, Medical Office Technology, and Paralegal Technology.
Ray Harris, Academic Head
Patti Cooper, Academic Head
Northeast’s Division of Health Sciences offers seven programs that prepare graduates for careers in health science fields. Graduates of six programs earn associate of applied science degrees: Associate Degree Nursing, Dental Hygiene Technology, Medical Assisting Technology, Medical Laboratory Technology, Radiologic Technology, and Respiratory Care Technology. A certificate is earned by graduates of the Practical Nursing Education Program and the Medical Assisting certificate option program. Each program in the division is accredited by national and/or state accrediting commissions or boards.
Justin Treloar, Academic Head
This division has thirteen full-time English instructors; three full-time speech instructors; one part-time speech instructor; and an academic division head. All instructors have at least a master’s degree in their teaching areas, and three have Ph.D. degrees. There are frequent reviews of goals and objectives and methods of instructions in each course.
Beth Byrd, Academic Head
The Mathematics and Sciences division offers courses in mathematics, computer science, agriculture, biology, chemistry and physics. Highly qualified instructors with strong educational backgrounds teach these courses and are very interested in educating students for today’s changing careers.
Carla Falkner, Academic Head
The Division of Social, Behavioral & Applied Sciences offers numerous courses designed to help students better understand and contribute to the world around them. Creative and caring instructors work hard to make the courses taught in the division relevant, interactive and interesting. Special emphasis is given on preparing students for the next step in their lives, whether it be the work force or senior college. Advisors work closely with students to make sure they complete the course work needed to transfer successfully to the senior college of their choice in their major.
Nadara Cole, Vice President of Workforce Training and Economic Development