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manufacturing technology

 

Manufacturing Technology is a multi-disciplinary study of manufacturing elements. Students take coursework in traditional metalworking process, which include: operation of lathes, mills, drill press and grinders; with the opportunity to earn national certifications beginning Fall Quarter of 2012. Traditional stamping press studies include Die Design and problem solving applications to tool design. Advanced machining studies are focused on CNC programming and operations as well as CAD/CAM/CNC labs with MasterCam applications. Manufacturing processes using polymers and resins are presented with applications of molding techniques and include topics in green manufacturing. Quality Control and project management methods include CMM tools. New technology studies include two semesters of laser studies with focus on optics and industrial applications. 

Where You Could Go
The career opportunities that exist for graduates of Manufacturing Technology Studies are found in design, development, and implementation of engineering plans. Opportunities also exist for individuals who provide specification, fabrication, installation and monitoring of equipment. Additional areas of employment include plant engineering, manufacturing services, component manufacture, estimating, process control, inspection and testing, sales engineering, supervision of manufacturing processes, and assisting in research and development.

 

What You Could Earn

The starting salary for a graduate in the Manufacturing Technology program depends on which discipline is pursued for employment. Experience and employment in an area of high demand such as CNC or QC could be more than $20 per hour.

Job Demand

Emerging industries in non-traditional manufacturing environments are seeking graduates with a broad exposure to a variety of manufacturing elements. Graduates develop base skills which can be expanded and focused to a particular area of manufacturing with some on the job training or by completing a Bachelor’s Degree.

 

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  Potential Job Titles

  • Die Maker / Repair Technician
  • Machinist
  • CNC Programmer
  • Tool Maker
  • Die Welder

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