The Manufacturing Technology program prepares students for employment in fields related to manufacturing. By completing the degree or certificate requirements, students acquire a foundation in computer aided design, machining, electronics, technical mathematics, and welding. Students also select a career field in which to specialize or broaden their knowledge.
These fields include computer aided design/drafting, electronics, environmental technology, machine tool technology, quality assurance, or welding. Competencies will be assessed regularly by students performance in the classroom and laboratory.
Estimated Annual Earnings
Starting at $37,654 Experienced at $86,952