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CAD

CAD, or Computer-aided design, is the use of computers to create, modify, analyze, or optimize a designs.

CAD

CAD, or Computer-aided design, is the use of computers to create, modify, analyze, or optimize a designs.

CAD

CAD, or Computer-aided design, is the use of computers to create, modify, analyze, or optimize a designs.

CAD

CAD, or Computer-aided design, is the use of computers to create, modify, analyze, or optimize a designs.

CAD

CAD, or Computer-aided design, is the use of computers to create, modify, analyze, or optimize a designs.

CAD

CAD, or Computer-aided design, is the use of computers to create, modify, analyze, or optimize a designs.

CAD

CAD, or Computer-aided design, is the use of computers to create, modify, analyze, or optimize a designs.

CAD

CAD, or Computer-aided design, is the use of computers to create, modify, analyze, or optimize a designs.

CAD

CAD, or Computer-aided design, is the use of computers to create, modify, analyze, or optimize a designs.

CAD

CAD, or Computer-aided design, is the use of computers to create, modify, analyze, or optimize a designs.

CAD

CAD, or Computer-aided design, is the use of computers to create, modify, analyze, or optimize a designs.

CAD

CAD, or Computer-aided design, is the use of computers to create, modify, analyze, or optimize a designs.

Electrical

Applies the fundamental knowledge of Electricity, Electrical controls, Power Distrubution and electronics to construct, fabricate and maintain electrical systems for comercial and industrial applications.

Electrical

Applies the fundamental knowledge of Electricity, Electrical controls, Power Distrubution and electronics to construct, fabricate and maintain electrical systems for comercial and industrial applications.

Electrical

Applies the fundamental knowledge of Electricity, Electrical controls, Power Distrubution and electronics to construct, fabricate and maintain electrical systems for comercial and industrial applications.

Electrical

Applies the fundamental knowledge of Electricity, Electrical controls, Power Distrubution and electronics to construct, fabricate and maintain electrical systems for comercial and industrial applications.

Electrical

Applies the fundamental knowledge of Electricity, Electrical controls, Power Distrubution and electronics to construct, fabricate and maintain electrical systems for comercial and industrial applications.

Electrical

Applies the fundamental knowledge of Electricity, Electrical controls, Power Distrubution and electronics to construct, fabricate and maintain electrical systems for comercial and industrial applications.

Electrical

Applies the fundamental knowledge of Electricity, Electrical controls, Power Distrubution and electronics to construct, fabricate and maintain electrical systems for comercial and industrial applications.

Electrical

Applies the fundamental knowledge of Electricity, Electrical controls, Power Distrubution and electronics to construct, fabricate and maintain electrical systems for comercial and industrial applications.

Electrical

Applies the fundamental knowledge of Electricity, Electrical controls, Power Distrubution and electronics to construct, fabricate and maintain electrical systems for comercial and industrial applications.

Electrical

Applies the fundamental knowledge of Electricity, Electrical controls, Power Distrubution and electronics to construct, fabricate and maintain electrical systems for comercial and industrial applications.

Electrical

Applies the fundamental knowledge of Electricity, Electrical controls, Power Distrubution and electronics to construct, fabricate and maintain electrical systems for comercial and industrial applications.

Electrical

Applies the fundamental knowledge of Electricity, Electrical controls, Power Distrubution and electronics to construct, fabricate and maintain electrical systems for comercial and industrial applications.

Electrical

Applies the fundamental knowledge of Electricity, Electrical controls, Power Distrubution and electronics to construct, fabricate and maintain electrical systems for comercial and industrial applications.

Mechanical

Applies the fundamentals of Welding, Machining and Fluid Power in the Maintenance of Mechanical systems

Mechanical

Applies the fundamentals of Welding, Machining and Fluid Power in the Maintenance of Mechanical systems

Mechanical

Applies the fundamental knowledge of Electricity, Electrical controls, Power Distrubution and electronics to construct, fabricate and maintain electrical systems for comercial and industrial applications.

Mechanical

Applies the fundamentals of Welding, Machining and Fluid Power in the Maintenance of Mechanical systems

Mechanical

Applies the fundamentals of Welding, Machining and Fluid Power in the Maintenance of Mechanical systems

Mechanical

Applies the fundamentals of Welding, Machining and Fluid Power in the Maintenance of Mechanical systems

Mechanical

Applies the fundamentals of Welding, Machining and Fluid Power in the Maintenance of Mechanical systems

Mechanical

Applies the fundamentals of Welding, Machining and Fluid Power in the Maintenance of Mechanical systems

Mechanical

Applies the fundamentals of Welding, Machining and Fluid Power in the Maintenance of Mechanical systems

Mechanical

Applies the fundamentals of Welding, Machining and Fluid Power in the Maintenance of Mechanical systems

Mechanical

Applies the fundamentals of Welding, Machining and Fluid Power in the Maintenance of Mechanical systems

Mechanical

Applies the fundamentals of Welding, Machining and Fluid Power in the Maintenance of Mechanical systems

Mechatronics

Applies the fundamentals of Fluid Power, Electrical controls, and Machining to troubleshoot/Maintain/Repair automated systems

Mechatronics

Applies the fundamentals of Fluid Power, Electrical controls, and Machining to troubleshoot/Maintain/Repair automated systems

Mechatronics

Applies the fundamentals of Fluid Power, Electrical controls, and Machining to troubleshoot/Maintain/Repair automated systems

Mechatronics

Applies the fundamentals of Fluid Power, Electrical controls, and Machining to troubleshoot/Maintain/Repair automated systems

Mechatronics

Applies the fundamentals of Fluid Power, Electrical controls, and Machining to troubleshoot/Maintain/Repair automated systems

Mechatronics

Applies the fundamentals of Fluid Power, Electrical controls, and Machining to troubleshoot/Maintain/Repair automated systems

Mechatronics

Applies the fundamentals of Fluid Power, Electrical controls, and Machining to troubleshoot/Maintain/Repair automated systems

Mechatronics

Applies the fundamentals of Fluid Power, Electrical controls, and Machining to troubleshoot/Maintain/Repair automated systems

Mechatronics

Applies the fundamentals of Fluid Power, Electrical controls, and Machining to troubleshoot/Maintain/Repair automated systems

Mechatronics

Applies the fundamentals of Fluid Power, Electrical controls, and Machining to troubleshoot/Maintain/Repair automated systems

Mechatronics

Applies the fundamentals of Fluid Power, Electrical controls, and Machining to troubleshoot/Maintain/Repair automated systems

Mechatronics

Applies the fundamentals of Fluid Power, Electrical controls, and Machining to troubleshoot/Maintain/Repair automated systems

Mechatronics

Applies the fundamentals of Fluid Power, Electrical controls, and Machining to troubleshoot/Maintain/Repair automated systems

Process Tech

DESCRIPTION OF FIELD

Process Tech

DESCRIPTION OF FIELD

Tool & Die

Applies the fundamentals of Machining, CAD and CAM in the fabrication and repairs of Dies and tooling.

Tool & Die

Applies the fundamentals of Machining, CAD and CAM in the fabrication and repairs of Dies and tooling.

Tool & Die

Applies the fundamentals of Machining, CAD and CAM in the fabrication and repairs of Dies and tooling.

Tool & Die

Applies the fundamentals of Machining, CAD and CAM in the fabrication and repairs of Dies and tooling.

Tool & Die

Applies the fundamentals of Machining, CAD and CAM in the fabrication and repairs of Dies and tooling.

Tool & Die

Applies the fundamentals of Machining, CAD and CAM in the fabrication and repairs of Dies and tooling.

Tool & Die

Applies the fundamentals of Machining, CAD and CAM in the fabrication and repairs of Dies and tooling.

Tool & Die

Applies the fundamentals of Machining, CAD and CAM in the fabrication and repairs of Dies and tooling.

Tool & Die

Applies the fundamentals of Machining, CAD and CAM in the fabrication and repairs of Dies and tooling.

Tool & Die

Applies the fundamentals of Machining, CAD and CAM in the fabrication and repairs of Dies and tooling.

Tool & Die

Applies the fundamentals of Machining, CAD and CAM in the fabrication and repairs of Dies and tooling.

Tool & Die

Applies the fundamentals of Machining, CAD and CAM in the fabrication and repairs of Dies and tooling.

Tool & Die

Applies the fundamentals of Machining, CAD and CAM in the fabrication and repairs of Dies and tooling.

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CAD - CAM Detailer

Computer aided design (CAD) technicians use software to create design plans for buildings, machines, and parts and can work in a wide range of industries

CAD - CAM Drafter Assistant

Computer aided design (CAD) technicians use software to create design plans for buildings, machines, and parts and can work in a wide range of industries

CAD - CAM Technician

Computer aided design (CAD) technicians use software to create design plans for buildings, machines, and parts and can work in a wide range of industries

CAD - CAM Technician

Computer aided design (CAD) technicians use software to create design plans for buildings, machines, and parts and can work in a wide range of industries

CAD - CAM Technician

Computer aided design (CAD) technicians use software to create design plans for buildings, machines, and parts and can work in a wide range of industries

CAD - CAM Technician

Computer aided design (CAD) technicians use software to create design plans for buildings, machines, and parts and can work in a wide range of industries

CAD - CAM Technician

Computer aided design (CAD) technicians use software to create design plans for buildings, machines, and parts and can work in a wide range of industries

CAD - CAM Technician

Computer aided design (CAD) technicians use software to create design plans for buildings, machines, and parts and can work in a wide range of industries

CAD - CAM Technician

Computer aided design (CAD) technicians use software to create design plans for buildings, machines, and parts and can work in a wide range of industries

CAD - CAM Technician

Computer aided design (CAD) technicians use software to create design plans for buildings, machines, and parts and can work in a wide range of industries

CAD - CAM Technician

Computer aided design (CAD) technicians use software to create design plans for buildings, machines, and parts and can work in a wide range of industries

CAD - CAM Technician

Computer aided design (CAD) technicians use software to create design plans for buildings, machines, and parts and can work in a wide range of industries

CAD - CAM Technician

Computer aided design (CAD) technicians use software to create design plans for buildings, machines, and parts and can work in a wide range of industries

CAD - CAM Technician

Computer aided design (CAD) technicians use software to create design plans for buildings, machines, and parts and can work in a wide range of industries

CAD - Civil Drafter

Computer aided design (CAD) technicians use software to create design plans for buildings, machines, and parts and can work in a wide range of industries

CNC Programmer/Operator

CNC (computer numerical control) machines perform a wide variety of functions, such as drilling, cutting, or shaping materials. CNC Programmers program CNC machines to cut, shape, and finish materials such as metals, plastics, or wood into usable componen

CNC Programmer/Operator

CNC (computer numerical control) machines perform a wide variety of functions, such as drilling, cutting, or shaping materials. CNC Programmers program CNC machines to cut, shape, and finish materials such as metals, plastics, or wood into usable componen

CNC Programmer/Operator

CNC (computer numerical control) machines perform a wide variety of functions, such as drilling, cutting, or shaping materials. CNC Programmers program CNC machines to cut, shape, and finish materials such as metals, plastics, or wood into usable componen

CNC Programmer/Operator

CNC (computer numerical control) machines perform a wide variety of functions, such as drilling, cutting, or shaping materials. CNC Programmers program CNC machines to cut, shape, and finish materials such as metals, plastics, or wood into usable componen

CNC Programmer/Operator

CNC (computer numerical control) machines perform a wide variety of functions, such as drilling, cutting, or shaping materials. CNC Programmers program CNC machines to cut, shape, and finish materials such as metals, plastics, or wood into usable componen

CNC Programmer/Operator

CNC (computer numerical control) machines perform a wide variety of functions, such as drilling, cutting, or shaping materials. CNC Programmers program CNC machines to cut, shape, and finish materials such as metals, plastics, or wood into usable componen

CNC Programmer/Operator

CNC (computer numerical control) machines perform a wide variety of functions, such as drilling, cutting, or shaping materials. CNC Programmers program CNC machines to cut, shape, and finish materials such as metals, plastics, or wood into usable componen

CNC Programmer/Operator

CNC (computer numerical control) machines perform a wide variety of functions, such as drilling, cutting, or shaping materials. CNC Programmers program CNC machines to cut, shape, and finish materials such as metals, plastics, or wood into usable compone

CNC Programmer/Operator

CNC (computer numerical control) machines perform a wide variety of functions, such as drilling, cutting, or shaping materials. CNC Programmers program CNC machines to cut, shape, and finish materials such as metals, plastics, or wood into usable componen

CNC Programmer/Operator

CNC (computer numerical control) machines perform a wide variety of functions, such as drilling, cutting, or shaping materials. CNC Programmers program CNC machines to cut, shape, and finish materials such as metals, plastics, or wood into usable componen

CNC Programmer/Operator

CNC (computer numerical control) machines perform a wide variety of functions, such as drilling, cutting, or shaping materials. CNC Programmers program CNC machines to cut, shape, and finish materials such as metals, plastics, or wood into usable componen

Die Maker

Tool and die makers are a class of machinists in the manufacturing industries who make jigs, fixtures, dies, molds, machine tools, cutting tools, gauges, and other tools used in manufacturing processes.

Die Maker

Tool and die makers are a class of machinists in the manufacturing industries who make jigs, fixtures, dies, molds, machine tools, cutting tools, gauges, and other tools used in manufacturing processes.

Die Maker

Tool and die makers are a class of machinists in the manufacturing industries who make jigs, fixtures, dies, molds, machine tools, cutting tools, gauges, and other tools used in manufacturing processes.

Die Maker

Tool and die makers are a class of machinists in the manufacturing industries who make jigs, fixtures, dies, molds, machine tools, cutting tools, gauges, and other tools used in manufacturing processes.

Die Maker

Tool and die makers are a class of machinists in the manufacturing industries who make jigs, fixtures, dies, molds, machine tools, cutting tools, gauges, and other tools used in manufacturing processes.

Die Repair Technician

Die Repair Technicians repair dies created by Die Makers in manufacturing environments.

Die Repair Technician

Die Repair Technicians repair dies created by Die Makers in manufacturing environments.

Die Repair Technician

Die Repair Technicians repair dies created by Die Makers in manufacturing environments.

Electrical Machine Builder

Electrical Machine Builders prepare and organize wiring layouts using electrical schematics and are involved with the electrical portion of machine tool building.

Electrical/Automation Technician

Automation technicians repair and maintain the computer-controlled systems and robotic devices in manufacturing plants.

Electrical/Automation Technician

Automation technicians repair and maintain the computer-controlled systems and robotic devices in manufacturing plants.

Electrical/Automation Technician

Automation technicians repair and maintain the computer-controlled systems and robotic devices in manufacturing plants.

Electrical/Automation Technician

Automation technicians repair and maintain the computer-controlled systems and robotic devices in manufacturing plants.

Electrical/Automation Technician

Automation technicians repair and maintain the computer-controlled systems and robotic devices in manufacturing plants.

Electrical/Automation Technician

Automation technicians repair and maintain the computer-controlled systems and robotic devices in manufacturing plants.

Electrical/Automation Technician

Automation technicians repair and maintain the computer-controlled systems and robotic devices in manufacturing plants.

Electrical/Automation Technician

Automation technicians repair and maintain the computer-controlled systems and robotic devices in manufacturing plants.

Electrical/Automation Technician

Automation technicians repair and maintain the computer-controlled systems and robotic devices in manufacturing plants.

Electrical/Automation Technician

Automation technicians repair and maintain the computer-controlled systems and robotic devices in manufacturing plants.

Electrical/Automation Technician

Automation technicians repair and maintain the computer-controlled systems and robotic devices in manufacturing plants.

Electrical/Automation Technician

Automation technicians repair and maintain the computer-controlled systems and robotic devices in manufacturing plants.

Electrical/Automation Technician

Automation technicians repair and maintain the computer-controlled systems and robotic devices in manufacturing plants.

Electrician (Commercial or Industrial)

Industrial electricians might be responsible for many tasks related to electrical controls, equipment, and wiring in a manufacturing plant. This might include testing, troubleshooting, installation, and repair of electrical components.

Electrician (Commercial or Industrial)

Industrial electricians might be responsible for many tasks related to electrical controls, equipment, and wiring in a manufacturing plant. This might include testing, troubleshooting, installation, and repair of electrical components.

Electrician (Commercial or Industrial)

Industrial electricians might be responsible for many tasks related to electrical controls, equipment, and wiring in a manufacturing plant. This might include testing, troubleshooting, installation, and repair of electrical components.

Electrician (Commercial or Industrial)

Industrial electricians might be responsible for many tasks related to electrical controls, equipment, and wiring in a manufacturing plant. This might include testing, troubleshooting, installation, and repair of electrical components.

Electrician (Commercial or Industrial)

Industrial electricians might be responsible for many tasks related to electrical controls, equipment, and wiring in a manufacturing plant. This might include testing, troubleshooting, installation, and repair of electrical components.

Electrician (Commercial or Industrial)

Industrial electricians might be responsible for many tasks related to electrical controls, equipment, and wiring in a manufacturing plant. This might include testing, troubleshooting, installation, and repair of electrical components.

Electrician (Commercial or Industrial)

Industrial electricians might be responsible for many tasks related to electrical controls, equipment, and wiring in a manufacturing plant. This might include testing, troubleshooting, installation, and repair of electrical components.

Electrician (Commercial or Industrial)

Industrial electricians might be responsible for many tasks related to electrical controls, equipment, and wiring in a manufacturing plant. This might include testing, troubleshooting, installation, and repair of electrical components.

Electrician (Commercial or Industrial)

Industrial electricians might be responsible for many tasks related to electrical controls, equipment, and wiring in a manufacturing plant. This might include testing, troubleshooting, installation, and repair of electrical components.

Electrician (Commercial or Industrial)

Industrial electricians might be responsible for many tasks related to electrical controls, equipment, and wiring in a manufacturing plant. This might include testing, troubleshooting, installation, and repair of electrical components.

Electrician (Commercial or Industrial)

Industrial electricians might be responsible for many tasks related to electrical controls, equipment, and wiring in a manufacturing plant. This might include testing, troubleshooting, installation, and repair of electrical components.

Electrician (Commercial or Industrial)

Industrial electricians might be responsible for many tasks related to electrical controls, equipment, and wiring in a manufacturing plant. This might include testing, troubleshooting, installation, and repair of electrical components.

Electrician (Commercial or Industrial)

Industrial electricians might be responsible for many tasks related to electrical controls, equipment, and wiring in a manufacturing plant. This might include testing, troubleshooting, installation, and repair of electrical components.

Electronic Technician/Assembler

Electronics technicians help to design, develop, test, manufacture, install, and repair electrical and electronic equipment such as communication equipment, medical monitoring devices, navigational equipment, and computers.

Electronic Technician/Assembler

Electronics technicians help to design, develop, test, manufacture, install, and repair electrical and electronic equipment such as communication equipment, medical monitoring devices, navigational equipment, and computers.

Electronic Technician/Assembler

Electronics technicians help to design, develop, test, manufacture, install, and repair electrical and electronic equipment such as communication equipment, medical monitoring devices, navigational equipment, and computers.

Electronic Technician/Assembler

Electronics technicians help to design, develop, test, manufacture, install, and repair electrical and electronic equipment such as communication equipment, medical monitoring devices, navigational equipment, and computers.

Electronic Technician/Assembler

Electronics technicians help to design, develop, test, manufacture, install, and repair electrical and electronic equipment such as communication equipment, medical monitoring devices, navigational equipment, and computers.

Electronic Technician/Assembler

Electronics technicians help to design, develop, test, manufacture, install, and repair electrical and electronic equipment such as communication equipment, medical monitoring devices, navigational equipment, and computers.

Electronic Technician/Assembler

Electronics technicians help to design, develop, test, manufacture, install, and repair electrical and electronic equipment such as communication equipment, medical monitoring devices, navigational equipment, and computers.

Electronic Technician/Assembler

Electronics technicians help to design, develop, test, manufacture, install, and repair electrical and electronic equipment such as communication equipment, medical monitoring devices, navigational equipment, and computers.

Electronic Technician/Assembler

Electronics technicians help to design, develop, test, manufacture, install, and repair electrical and electronic equipment such as communication equipment, medical monitoring devices, navigational equipment, and computers.

Electronic Technician/Assembler

Electronics technicians help to design, develop, test, manufacture, install, and repair electrical and electronic equipment such as communication equipment, medical monitoring devices, navigational equipment, and computers.

Electronic Technician/Assembler

Electronics technicians help to design, develop, test, manufacture, install, and repair electrical and electronic equipment such as communication equipment, medical monitoring devices, navigational equipment, and computers.

Electronic Technician/Assembler

Electronics technicians help to design, develop, test, manufacture, install, and repair electrical and electronic equipment such as communication equipment, medical monitoring devices, navigational equipment, and computers.

Electronic Technician/Assembler

Electronics technicians help to design, develop, test, manufacture, install, and repair electrical and electronic equipment such as communication equipment, medical monitoring devices, navigational equipment, and computers.

Instrumentation Technician

Instrumentation technicians are employed in a large variety of industries to maintain equipment that controls temperature, pressure, and flow of material or speed and position of objects. Manufacturers use process control to manufacture automobiles, elect

Machinist

Machinists use machining processes to make or modify parts. Subtractive machining entails using machines to remove excess material in making parts, while additive machining entails generating parts by adding new materials (i.e. 3d printing).

Machinist

Machinists use machining processes to make or modify parts. Subtractive machining entails using machines to remove excess material in making parts, while additive machining entails generating parts by adding new materials (i.e. 3d printing).

Machinist

Machinists use machining processes to make or modify parts. Subtractive machining entails using machines to remove excess material in making parts, while additive machining entails generating parts by adding new materials (i.e. 3d printing).

Machinist

Machinists use machining processes to make or modify parts. Subtractive machining entails using machines to remove excess material in making parts, while additive machining entails generating parts by adding new materials (i.e. 3d printing).

Machinist

Machinists use machining processes to make or modify parts. Subtractive machining entails using machines to remove excess material in making parts, while additive machining entails generating parts by adding new materials (i.e. 3d printing).

Machinist

Machinists use machining processes to make or modify parts. Subtractive machining entails using machines to remove excess material in making parts, while additive machining entails generating parts by adding new materials (i.e. 3d printing).

Machinist

Machinists use machining processes to make or modify parts. Subtractive machining entails using machines to remove excess material in making parts, while additive machining entails generating parts by adding new materials (i.e. 3d printing).

Machinist

Machinists use machining processes to make or modify parts. Subtractive machining entails using machines to remove excess material in making parts, while additive machining entails generating parts by adding new materials (i.e. 3d printing).

Machinist

Machinists use machining processes to make or modify parts. Subtractive machining entails using machines to remove excess material in making parts, while additive machining entails generating parts by adding new materials (i.e. 3d printing).

Machinist

Machinists use machining processes to make or modify parts. Subtractive machining entails using machines to remove excess material in making parts, while additive machining entails generating parts by adding new materials (i.e. 3d printing).

Machinist

Machinists use machining processes to make or modify parts. Subtractive machining entails using machines to remove excess material in making parts, while additive machining entails generating parts by adding new materials (i.e. 3d printing).

Machinist

Machinists use machining processes to make or modify parts. Subtractive machining entails using machines to remove excess material in making parts, while additive machining entails generating parts by adding new materials (i.e. 3d printing).

Machinist

Machinists use machining processes to make or modify parts. Subtractive machining entails using machines to remove excess material in making parts, while additive machining entails generating parts by adding new materials (i.e. 3d printing).

Manufacturing Repair/Maintenance Technician

Maintenance technicians repair, troubleshoot, and maintain equipment and machines found within the manufacturing plant.

Manufacturing Repair/Maintenance Technician

Maintenance technicians repair, troubleshoot, and maintain equipment and machines found within the manufacturing plant.

Manufacturing Repair/Maintenance Technician

Maintenance technicians repair, troubleshoot, and maintain equipment and machines found within the manufacturing plant.

Manufacturing Repair/Maintenance Technician

Maintenance technicians repair, troubleshoot, and maintain equipment and machines found within the manufacturing plant.

Manufacturing Repair/Maintenance Technician

Maintenance technicians repair, troubleshoot, and maintain equipment and machines found within the manufacturing plant.

Manufacturing Repair/Maintenance Technician

Maintenance technicians repair, troubleshoot, and maintain equipment and machines found within the manufacturing plant.

Manufacturing Repair/Maintenance Technician

Maintenance technicians repair, troubleshoot, and maintain equipment and machines found within the manufacturing plant.

Manufacturing Repair/Maintenance Technician

Maintenance technicians repair, troubleshoot, and maintain equipment and machines found within the manufacturing plant.

Manufacturing Repair/Maintenance Technician

Maintenance technicians repair, troubleshoot, and maintain equipment and machines found within the manufacturing plant.

Manufacturing Repair/Maintenance Technician

Maintenance technicians repair, troubleshoot, and maintain equipment and machines found within the manufacturing plant.

Manufacturing Repair/Maintenance Technician

Maintenance technicians repair, troubleshoot, and maintain equipment and machines found within the manufacturing plant.

Manufacturing Repair/Maintenance Technician

Maintenance technicians repair, troubleshoot, and maintain equipment and machines found within the manufacturing plant.

Manufacturing Repair/Maintenance Technician

Maintenance technicians repair, troubleshoot, and maintain equipment and machines found within the manufacturing plant.

Manufacturing Repair/Maintenance Technician

Maintenance technicians repair, troubleshoot, and maintain equipment and machines found within the manufacturing plant.

Manufacturing Repair/Maintenance Technician

Maintenance technicians repair, troubleshoot, and maintain equipment and machines found within the manufacturing plant.

Manufacturing Repair/Maintenance Technician

Maintenance technicians repair, troubleshoot, and maintain equipment and machines found within the manufacturing plant.

Manufacturing Repair/Maintenance Technician

Maintenance technicians repair, troubleshoot, and maintain equipment and machines found within the manufacturing plant.

Manufacturing Repair/Maintenance Technician

Maintenance technicians repair, troubleshoot, and maintain equipment and machines found within the manufacturing plant.

Manufacturing Repair/Maintenance Technician

Maintenance technicians repair, troubleshoot, and maintain equipment and machines found within the manufacturing plant.

Manufacturing Repair/Maintenance Technician

Maintenance technicians repair, troubleshoot, and maintain equipment and machines found within the manufacturing plant.

Manufacturing Repair/Maintenance Technician

Maintenance technicians repair, troubleshoot, and maintain equipment and machines found within the manufacturing plant.

Manufacturing Repair/Maintenance Technician

Maintenance technicians repair, troubleshoot, and maintain equipment and machines found within the manufacturing plant.

Manufacturing Repair/Maintenance Technician

Maintenance technicians repair, troubleshoot, and maintain equipment and machines found within the manufacturing plant.

Manufacturing Repair/Maintenance Technician

Maintenance technicians repair, troubleshoot, and maintain equipment and machines found within the manufacturing plant.

Manufacturing Repair/Maintenance Technician

Maintenance technicians repair, troubleshoot, and maintain equipment and machines found within the manufacturing plant.

Mechatronics Technician

Mechatronics technicians solve technical problems and maintain machines and equipment in manufacturing plants. Their role might include inspecting, troubleshooting, and repairing machines and their components. Mechatronics technicians must have knowledge

Mechatronics Technician

Mechatronics technicians solve technical problems and maintain machines and equipment in manufacturing plants. Their role might include inspecting, troubleshooting, and repairing machines and their components. Mechatronics technicians must have knowledge

Mechatronics Technician

Mechatronics technicians solve technical problems and maintain machines and equipment in manufacturing plants. Their role might include inspecting, troubleshooting, and repairing machines and their components. Mechatronics technicians must have knowledge

Mechatronics Technician

Mechatronics technicians solve technical problems and maintain machines and equipment in manufacturing plants. Their role might include inspecting, troubleshooting, and repairing machines and their components. Mechatronics technicians must have knowledg

Mechatronics Technician

Mechatronics technicians solve technical problems and maintain machines and equipment in manufacturing plants. Their role might include inspecting, troubleshooting, and repairing machines and their components. Mechatronics technicians must have knowledge

Mechatronics Technician

Mechatronics technicians solve technical problems and maintain machines and equipment in manufacturing plants. Their role might include inspecting, troubleshooting, and repairing machines and their components. Mechatronics technicians must have knowledge

Mechatronics Technician

Mechatronics technicians solve technical problems and maintain machines and equipment in manufacturing plants. Their role might include inspecting, troubleshooting, and repairing machines and their components. Mechatronics technicians must have knowledge

Mechatronics Technician

Mechatronics technicians solve technical problems and maintain machines and equipment in manufacturing plants. Their role might include inspecting, troubleshooting, and repairing machines and their components. Mechatronics technicians must have knowledge

Mechatronics Technician

Mechatronics technicians solve technical problems and maintain machines and equipment in manufacturing plants. Their role might include inspecting, troubleshooting, and repairing machines and their components. Mechatronics technicians must have knowledge

Mechatronics Technician

Mechatronics technicians solve technical problems and maintain machines and equipment in manufacturing plants. Their role might include inspecting, troubleshooting, and repairing machines and their components. Mechatronics technicians must have knowledge

Mechatronics Technician

Mechatronics technicians solve technical problems and maintain machines and equipment in manufacturing plants. Their role might include inspecting, troubleshooting, and repairing machines and their components. Mechatronics technicians must have knowledge

Mechatronics Technician

Mechatronics technicians solve technical problems and maintain machines and equipment in manufacturing plants. Their role might include inspecting, troubleshooting, and repairing machines and their components. Mechatronics technicians must have knowledge

Mechatronics Technician

Mechatronics technicians solve technical problems and maintain machines and equipment in manufacturing plants. Their role might include inspecting, troubleshooting, and repairing machines and their components. Mechatronics technicians must have knowledge

Millwright

A millwright is someone who installs, repairs, dismantles, reassembles, and moves machinery in manufacturing plants.

Millwright

A millwright is someone who installs, repairs, dismantles, reassembles, and moves machinery in manufacturing plants.

Pipefitter

Pipefitters install, assemble, maintain, and repair mechanical piping systems.

Pipefitter

Pipefitters install, assemble, maintain, and repair mechanical piping systems.

Plumber

A plumber is someone who specializes in installing and maintaining systems used for potable (drinking) water, sewage and drainage in plumbing systems.

Process Technology Operator

A chemical process operator works in the safe production, refining and transfer of various chemicals in three states of matter - solid, liquid and gas. Production is carried out in reactors and converters. Refining is done in distillation columns, filter

Process Technology Operator

A chemical process operator works in the safe production, refining and transfer of various chemicals in three states of matter - solid, liquid and gas. Production is carried out in reactors and converters. Refining is done in distillation columns, filter

Tool Maker

Tool and die makers are a class of machinists in the manufacturing industries who make jigs, fixtures, dies, molds, machine tools, cutting tools, gauges, and other tools used in manufacturing processes.

Tool Maker

Tool and die makers are a class of machinists in the manufacturing industries who make jigs, fixtures, dies, molds, machine tools, cutting tools, gauges, and other tools used in manufacturing processes.

Tool Maker

Tool and die makers are a class of machinists in the manufacturing industries who make jigs, fixtures, dies, molds, machine tools, cutting tools, gauges, and other tools used in manufacturing processes.

Welder/Cutter

A welder or welder operator is a individual who specializes in welding materials together. Welders not only need to have good dexterity and attention to detail, but they also must have technical knowledge about the materials being welded.

Welder/Cutter

A welder or welder operator is a individual who specializes in welding materials together. Welders not only need to have good dexterity and attention to detail, but they also must have technical knowledge about the materials being welded.

Welder/Cutter

A welder or welder operator is a individual who specializes in welding materials together. Welders not only need to have good dexterity and attention to detail, but they also must have technical knowledge about the materials being welded.

Welder/Cutter

A welder or welder operator is a individual who specializes in welding materials together. Welders not only need to have good dexterity and attention to detail, but they also must have technical knowledge about the materials being welded.

Welder/Cutter

A welder or welder operator is a individual who specializes in welding materials together. Welders not only need to have good dexterity and attention to detail, but they also must have technical knowledge about the materials being welded.

Welder/Cutter

A welder or welder operator is a individual who specializes in welding materials together. Welders not only need to have good dexterity and attention to detail, but they also must have technical knowledge about the materials being welded.

Welder/Cutter

A welder or welder operator is a individual who specializes in welding materials together. Welders not only need to have good dexterity and attention to detail, but they also must have technical knowledge about the materials being welded.

Welder/Cutter

A welder or welder operator is a individual who specializes in welding materials together. Welders not only need to have good dexterity and attention to detail, but they also must have technical knowledge about the materials being welded.

Welder/Cutter

A welder or welder operator is a individual who specializes in welding materials together. Welders not only need to have good dexterity and attention to detail, but they also must have technical knowledge about the materials being welded.

Welder/Cutter

A welder or welder operator is a individual who specializes in welding materials together. Welders not only need to have good dexterity and attention to detail, but they also must have technical knowledge about the materials being welded.

Welder/Cutter

A welder or welder operator is a individual who specializes in welding materials together. Welders not only need to have good dexterity and attention to detail, but they also must have technical knowledge about the materials being welded.

Welder/Cutter

A welder or welder operator is a individual who specializes in welding materials together. Welders not only need to have good dexterity and attention to detail, but they also must have technical knowledge about the materials being welded.

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Certificate

Computer Aided Drafting and Design Certificate - Detailer
This program concentrates on the skills required to transform the specifications and instructions of designers or engineers into complete and precise drawings using hand drawings, Computer Aided Drafting, and Parametric design. The focus of the computer-aided drafting and design program consists of CADD courses with a heavy emphasis on lab work giving you hands-on experience incorporating both individual and team based projects using the current release of AutoCAD (both 2D and 3D) and parametric design using Autodesk Inventor, ProE Wildfire, and/or SolidWorks software, which are all are used by many manufacturing firms in Kentucky and all over the world.

Certificate

Computer Aided Drafting and Design Certificate - Drafter Assistant
This program concentrates on the skills required to transform the specifications and instructions of designers or engineers into complete and precise drawings using hand drawings, Computer Aided Drafting, and Parametric design. The focus of the computer-aided drafting and design program consists of CADD courses with a heavy emphasis on lab work giving you hands-on experience incorporating both individual and team based projects using the current release of AutoCAD (both 2D and 3D) and parametric design using Autodesk Inventor, ProE Wildfire, and/or SolidWorks software, which are all are used by many manufacturing firms in Kentucky and all over the world.

Diploma

Computer Aided Drafting and Design Diploma
This program concentrates on the skills required to transform the specifications and instructions of designers or engineers into complete and precise drawings using hand drawings, Computer Aided Drafting, and Parametric design. The focus of the computer-aided drafting and design program consists of CADD courses with a heavy emphasis on lab work giving you hands-on experience incorporating both individual and team based projects using the current release of AutoCAD (both 2D and 3D) and parametric design using Autodesk Inventor, ProE Wildfire, and/or SolidWorks software, which are all are used by many manufacturing firms in Kentucky and all over the world.

Associate of Applied Science

Computer Aided Drafting and Design
This program concentrates on the skills required to transform the specifications and instructions of designers or engineers into complete and precise drawings using hand drawings, Computer Aided Drafting, and Parametric design. The focus of the computer-aided drafting and design program consists of CADD courses with a heavy emphasis on lab work giving you hands-on experience incorporating both individual and team based projects using the current release of AutoCAD (both 2D and 3D) and parametric design using Autodesk Inventor, ProE Wildfire, and/or SolidWorks software, which are all are used by many manufacturing firms in Kentucky and all over the world.

Certificate

Computer Aided Drafting and Design Certificate - Civil Drafter
This program concentrates on the skills required to transform the specifications and instructions of designers or engineers into complete and precise drawings using hand drawings, Computer Aided Drafting, and Parametric design. The focus of the computer-aided drafting and design program consists of CADD courses with a heavy emphasis on lab work giving you hands-on experience incorporating both individual and team based projects using the current release of AutoCAD (both 2D and 3D) and parametric design using Autodesk Inventor, ProE Wildfire, and/or SolidWorks software, which are all are used by many manufacturing firms in Kentucky and all over the world.

Computer Aided Drafting and Design Certificate - Surveyor
This program concentrates on the skills required to transform the specifications and instructions of designers or engineers into complete and precise drawings using hand drawings, Computer Aided Drafting, and Parametric design. The focus of the computer-aided drafting and design program consists of CADD courses with a heavy emphasis on lab work giving you hands-on experience incorporating both individual and team based projects using the current release of AutoCAD (both 2D and 3D) and parametric design using Autodesk Inventor, ProE Wildfire, and/or SolidWorks software, which are all are used by many manufacturing firms in Kentucky and all over the world.

Diploma

Electrical Technology
The Industrial Electrician concentration in the Electrical Technology program allows students to pursue careers working as plant floor electricians. The program includes the National Electrical Code, rotating machines, and motor controls, along with core courses.

Engineering and Electronics Technology
Engineering and Electronics Technology is essentially the link between engineering design and machine operation. Engineering Technicians work with Engineers in the design progress prototyping systems and testing designs. They work with existing systems during and after production to make sure the manufacturing process is working properly and change the processes if necessary.

Certificate

Electrical Engineering Technology
The Integrated Engineering Technology Program offers students the opportunity to build a career maintaining integrated manufacturing systems found in advanced manufacturing, with an emphasis on automotive manufacturing. The program leads students through a mechatronics approach to maintaining and troubleshooting highly-automated, complex manufacturing systems that include programmable logic controllers, robots, various types of drives, sensors, photoeyes, and electrohydraulics and electropneumatics.

Engineering and Electronics Technology
Engineering and Electronics Technology is essentially the link between engineering design and machine operation. Engineering Technicians work with Engineers in the design progress prototyping systems and testing designs. They work with existing systems during and after production to make sure the manufacturing process is working properly and change the processes if necessary.

Engineering and Electronics Technology - Automation Technician
Engineering and Electronics Technology is essentially the link between engineering design and machine operation. Engineering Technicians work with Engineers in the design progress prototyping systems and testing designs. They work with existing systems during and after production to make sure the manufacturing process is working properly and change the processes if necessary.

Engineering and Electronics Technology - Electronics Technician
Engineering and Electronics Technology is essentially the link between engineering design and machine operation. Engineering Technicians work with Engineers in the design progress prototyping systems and testing designs. They work with existing systems during and after production to make sure the manufacturing process is working properly and change the processes if necessary.

Engineering and Electronics Technology - Industrial Electronics Technician I
Engineering and Electronics Technology is essentially the link between engineering design and machine operation. Engineering Technicians work with Engineers in the design progress prototyping systems and testing designs. They work with existing systems during and after production to make sure the manufacturing process is working properly and change the processes if necessary.

Engineering and Electronics Technology - Industrial Electronics Technician II
Engineering and Electronics Technology is essentially the link between engineering design and machine operation. Engineering Technicians work with Engineers in the design progress prototyping systems and testing designs. They work with existing systems during and after production to make sure the manufacturing process is working properly and change the processes if necessary.

Engineering and Electronics Technology - Robotics and Automation Technician
Engineering and Electronics Technology is essentially the link between engineering design and machine operation. Engineering Technicians work with Engineers in the design progress prototyping systems and testing designs. They work with existing systems during and after production to make sure the manufacturing process is working properly and change the processes if necessary.

Industrial Maintenance Electrical Mechanic
Industrial Maintenance Technology involves keeping industrial systems working properly. Technicians working in industry are the people who work directly with machines: troubleshooting, calibrating, repairing, re-programming, and maintaining them. They are involved with installing machines, making them work, taking care of them so they do not break down (maintenance), re-programming/re-building them to do different tasks, and trouble-shooting and repairing them when they fail.

Associate of Applied Science

Electrical Technology
The Industrial Electrician concentration in the Electrical Technology program allows students to pursue careers working as plant floor electricians. The program includes the National Electrical Code, rotating machines, and motor controls, along with core courses.

Engineering and Electronics Technology
Industrial Engineering Technology focuses on the electrical systems that make automation work. Technicians in this area focus on the electrical motors, controls systems, and motor controls and may go to work in manufacturing facilities to maintain, repair and modify electrical systems.

Associate of Applied Science

Electrical Technology
The Industrial Electrician concentration in the Electrical Technology program allows students to pursue careers working as plant floor electricians. The program includes the National Electrical Code, rotating machines, and motor controls, along with core courses.

Engineering and Electronics Technology
Engineering and Electronics Technology is essentially the link between engineering design and machine operation. Engineering Technicians work with Engineers in the design progress prototyping systems and testing designs. They work with existing systems during and after production to make sure the manufacturing process is working properly and change the processes if necessary.

Diploma

Electrical Technology
The Industrial Electrician concentration in the Electrical Technology program allows students to pursue careers working as plant floor electricians. The program includes the National Electrical Code, rotating machines, and motor controls, along with core courses.

Engineering and Electronics Technology
Engineering and Electronics Technology is essentially the link between engineering design and machine operation. Engineering Technicians work with Engineers in the design progress prototyping systems and testing designs. They work with existing systems during and after production to make sure the manufacturing process is working properly and change the processes if necessary.

Certificate

Electrical Motor Controls Level I
The Industrial Electrician concentration in the Electrical Technology program allows students to pursue careers working as plant floor electricians. The program includes the National Electrical Code, rotating machines, and motor controls, along with core courses.

Electrical Motor Controls Level II
The Industrial Electrician concentration in the Electrical Technology program allows students to pursue careers working as plant floor electricians. The program includes the National Electrical Code, rotating machines, and motor controls, along with core courses.

Engineering and Electronics Technology - Automation Technician
Engineering and Electronics Technology is essentially the link between engineering design and machine operation. Engineering Technicians work with Engineers in the design progress prototyping systems and testing designs. They work with existing systems during and after production to make sure the manufacturing process is working properly and change the processes if necessary.

Engineering and Electronics Technology - Electronics Technician
Engineering and Electronics Technology is essentially the link between engineering design and machine operation. Engineering Technicians work with Engineers in the design progress prototyping systems and testing designs. They work with existing systems during and after production to make sure the manufacturing process is working properly and change the processes if necessary.

Engineering and Electronics Technology - Electronics Tester
Engineering and Electronics Technology is essentially the link between engineering design and machine operation. Engineering Technicians work with Engineers in the design progress prototyping systems and testing designs. They work with existing systems during and after production to make sure the manufacturing process is working properly and change the processes if necessary.

Engineering and Electronics Technology - Industrial Electronics Technician I
Engineering and Electronics Technology is essentially the link between engineering design and machine operation. Engineering Technicians work with Engineers in the design progress prototyping systems and testing designs. They work with existing systems during and after production to make sure the manufacturing process is working properly and change the processes if necessary.

Engineering and Electronics Technology - Industrial Electronics Technician II
Engineering and Electronics Technology is essentially the link between engineering design and machine operation. Engineering Technicians work with Engineers in the design progress prototyping systems and testing designs. They work with existing systems during and after production to make sure the manufacturing process is working properly and change the processes if necessary.

Engineering and Electronics Technology - Maintenance Technician
Engineering and Electronics Technology is essentially the link between engineering design and machine operation. Engineering Technicians work with Engineers in the design progress prototyping systems and testing designs. They work with existing systems during and after production to make sure the manufacturing process is working properly and change the processes if necessary.

Engineering and Electronics Technology - Robotics and Automation Technician
Engineering and Electronics Technology is essentially the link between engineering design and machine operation. Engineering Technicians work with Engineers in the design progress prototyping systems and testing designs. They work with existing systems during and after production to make sure the manufacturing process is working properly and change the processes if necessary.

Associate of Applied Science

Electrical Technology
The Industrial Electrician concentration in the Electrical Technology program allows students to pursue careers working as plant floor electricians. The program includes the National Electrical Code, rotating machines, and motor controls, along with core courses.

Engineering and Electronics Technology
Engineering and Electronics Technology is essentially the link between engineering design and machine operation. Engineering Technicians work with Engineers in the design progress prototyping systems and testing designs. They work with existing systems during and after production to make sure the manufacturing process is working properly and change the processes if necessary.

Diploma

Electrical Technology
The Industrial Electrician concentration in the Electrical Technology program allows students to pursue careers working as plant floor electricians. The program includes the National Electrical Code, rotating machines, and motor controls, along with core courses.

Industrial Maintenance Technology
Industrial Maintenance Technology involves keeping industrial systems working properly. Technicians working in industry are the people who work directly with machines: troubleshooting, calibrating, repairing, re-programming, and maintaining them. They are involved with installing machines, making them work, taking care of them so they do not break down (maintenance), re-programming/re-building them to do different tasks, and trouble-shooting and repairing them when they fail.

Integrated Engineering Technology
The Integrated Engineering Technology Program offers students the opportunity to build a career maintaining integrated manufacturing systems found in advanced manufacturing, with an emphasis on automotive manufacturing. The program leads students through a mechatronics approach to maintaining and troubleshooting highly-automated, complex manufacturing systems that include programmable logic controllers, robots, various types of drives, sensors, photoeyes, and electrohydraulics and electropneumatics.

Certificate

Electrical Motor Controls Level I
The Industrial Electrician concentration in the Electrical Technology program allows students to pursue careers working as plant floor electricians. The program includes the National Electrical Code, rotating machines, and motor controls, along with core courses.

Electrical Motor Controls Level II
The Industrial Electrician concentration in the Electrical Technology program allows students to pursue careers working as plant floor electricians. The program includes the National Electrical Code, rotating machines, and motor controls, along with core courses.

Engineering and Electronics Technology - Maintenance Technician
Engineering and Electronics Technology is essentially the link between engineering design and machine operation. Engineering Technicians work with Engineers in the design progress prototyping systems and testing designs. They work with existing systems during and after production to make sure the manufacturing process is working properly and change the processes if necessary.

Associate of Applied Science

Electrical Technology
The Industrial Electrician concentration in the Electrical Technology program allows students to pursue careers working as plant floor electricians. The program includes the National Electrical Code, rotating machines, and motor controls, along with core courses.

Industrial Maintenance Technology
Industrial Maintenance Technology involves keeping industrial systems working properly. Technicians working in industry are the people who work directly with machines: troubleshooting, calibrating, repairing, re-programming, and maintaining them. They are involved with installing machines, making them work, taking care of them so they do not break down (maintenance), re-programming/re-building them to do different tasks, and trouble-shooting and repairing them when they fail.

Diploma

Industrial Maintenance Technology
Industrial Maintenance Technology involves keeping industrial systems working properly. Technicians working in industry are the people who work directly with machines: troubleshooting, calibrating, repairing, re-programming, and maintaining them. They are involved with installing machines, making them work, taking care of them so they do not break down (maintenance), re-programming/re-building them to do different tasks, and trouble-shooting and repairing them when they fail.

Integrated Engineering Technology
The Integrated Engineering Technology Program offers students the opportunity to build a career maintaining integrated manufacturing systems found in advanced manufacturing, with an emphasis on automotive manufacturing. The program leads students through a mechatronics approach to maintaining and troubleshooting highly-automated, complex manufacturing systems that include programmable logic controllers, robots, various types of drives, sensors, photoeyes, and electrohydraulics and electropneumatics.

Certificate

Industrial Maintenance Electrical Mechanic
Industrial Maintenance Technology involves keeping industrial systems working properly. Technicians working in industry are the people who work directly with machines: troubleshooting, calibrating, repairing, re-programming, and maintaining them. They are involved with installing machines, making them work, taking care of them so they do not break down (maintenance), re-programming/re-building them to do different tasks, and trouble-shooting and repairing them when they fail.

Industrial Maintenance Machinist Mechanic
Industrial Maintenance Technology involves keeping industrial systems working properly. Technicians working in industry are the people who work directly with machines: troubleshooting, calibrating, repairing, re-programming, and maintaining them. They are involved with installing machines, making them work, taking care of them so they do not break down (maintenance), re-programming/re-building them to do different tasks, and trouble-shooting and repairing them when they fail.

Industrial Maintenance Mechanic Level I
Industrial Maintenance Technology involves keeping industrial systems working properly. Technicians working in industry are the people who work directly with machines: troubleshooting, calibrating, repairing, re-programming, and maintaining them. They are involved with installing machines, making them work, taking care of them so they do not break down (maintenance), re-programming/re-building them to do different tasks, and trouble-shooting and repairing them when they fail.

Industrial Maintenance Mechanic Level II
Industrial Maintenance Technology involves keeping industrial systems working properly. Technicians working in industry are the people who work directly with machines: troubleshooting, calibrating, repairing, re-programming, and maintaining them. They are involved with installing machines, making them work, taking care of them so they do not break down (maintenance), re-programming/re-building them to do different tasks, and trouble-shooting and repairing them when they fail.

Industrial Maintenance Technology - Fluid Power Mechanic
Industrial Maintenance Technology involves keeping industrial systems working properly. Technicians working in industry are the people who work directly with machines: troubleshooting, calibrating, repairing, re-programming, and maintaining them. They are involved with installing machines, making them work, taking care of them so they do not break down (maintenance), re-programming/re-building them to do different tasks, and trouble-shooting and repairing them when they fail.

Mechanical Engineering Technology
The Integrated Engineering Technology Program offers students the opportunity to build a career maintaining integrated manufacturing systems found in advanced manufacturing, with an emphasis on automotive manufacturing. The program leads students through a mechatronics approach to maintaining and troubleshooting highly-automated, complex manufacturing systems that include programmable logic controllers, robots, various types of drives, sensors, photoeyes, and electrohydraulics and electropneumatics.

Associate of Applied Science

Industrial Maintenance Technology
Industrial Maintenance Technology involves keeping industrial systems working properly. Technicians working in industry are the people who work directly with machines: troubleshooting, calibrating, repairing, re-programming, and maintaining them. They are involved with installing machines, making them work, taking care of them so they do not break down (maintenance), re-programming/re-building them to do different tasks, and trouble-shooting and repairing them when they fail.

Diploma

Combination Welder
Students in this program will learn various welding techniques, careers and the skills needed to be successful in the Welding Technology field. Welding occupations are primarily concerned with joining, surfacing, or repairing structures or parts made of metal or other weldable materials.

Certificate

Arc Welder
Students in this program will learn various welding techniques, careers and the skills needed to be successful in the Welding Technology field. Welding occupations are primarily concerned with joining, surfacing, or repairing structures or parts made of metal or other weldable materials.

AWS National Skills Standard Level I
Students in this program will learn various welding techniques, careers and the skills needed to be successful in the Welding Technology field. Welding occupations are primarily concerned with joining, surfacing, or repairing structures or parts made of metal or other weldable materials.

Gas Tungsten Arc Welder
Students in this program will learn various welding techniques, careers and the skills needed to be successful in the Welding Technology field. Welding occupations are primarily concerned with joining, surfacing, or repairing structures or parts made of metal or other weldable materials.

Pipeline Welder
Students in this program will learn various welding techniques, careers and the skills needed to be successful in the Welding Technology field. Welding occupations are primarily concerned with joining, surfacing, or repairing structures or parts made of metal or other weldable materials.

Production Line Welder
Students in this program will learn various welding techniques, careers and the skills needed to be successful in the Welding Technology field. Welding occupations are primarily concerned with joining, surfacing, or repairing structures or parts made of metal or other weldable materials.

Shielded Metal Arc Welder
Students in this program will learn various welding techniques, careers and the skills needed to be successful in the Welding Technology field. Welding occupations are primarily concerned with joining, surfacing, or repairing structures or parts made of metal or other weldable materials.

Diploma

Industrial Maintenance Technology
Industrial Maintenance Technology involves keeping industrial systems working properly. Technicians working in industry are the people who work directly with machines: troubleshooting, calibrating, repairing, re-programming, and maintaining them. They are involved with installing machines, making them work, taking care of them so they do not break down (maintenance), re-programming/re-building them to do different tasks, and trouble-shooting and repairing them when they fail.

Certificate

Engineering and Electronics Technology - Maintenance Technician
Engineering and Electronics Technology is essentially the link between engineering design and machine operation. Engineering Technicians work with Engineers in the design progress prototyping systems and testing designs. They work with existing systems during and after production to make sure the manufacturing process is working properly and change the processes if necessary.

Associate of Applied Science

Engineering and Electronics Technology
Engineering and Electronics Technology is essentially the link between engineering design and machine operation. Engineering Technicians work with Engineers in the design progress prototyping systems and testing designs. They work with existing systems during and after production to make sure the manufacturing process is working properly and change the processes if necessary.

Industrial Maintenance Technology
Industrial Maintenance Technology involves keeping industrial systems working properly. Technicians working in industry are the people who work directly with machines: troubleshooting, calibrating, repairing, re-programming, and maintaining them. They are involved with installing machines, making them work, taking care of them so they do not break down (maintenance), re-programming/re-building them to do different tasks, and trouble-shooting and repairing them when they fail.

Apprenticeship

Associate of Applied Science

Drafting and Design Engineering Technology
This program combines computer-aided drafting (CAD) with technical knowledge that allows the graduate to be employed in nearly any drafting and/or design position. Because of the diverse nature of the program, graduates have opportunities to work in mechanical, civil, construction, architectural, mining, and electrical related industries. This program also makes it possible for graduates to more easily advance into a supervisory position in the drafting and design field.

Certificate

Advanced Manufacturing Technician
The Advanced Manufacturing Technology (AAS-AMFT) degree program provides a highly interactive hands-on course of study that prepares graduates for careers in the modern manufacturing environment. Advanced manufacturing technology graduates repair, troubleshoot and maintain manufacturing equipment including automated control systems, process control systems, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, conveyors, robots, and application specific machinery. Graduates have a broad multi-disciplinary background in electrical, mechanical, fluid power, automation, instrumentation and process control systems, as well as basic fabrication skills in order to facilitate working with modern electro-mechanical machinery.

Associate of Applied Science

Advanced Manufacturing Technician
The Advanced Manufacturing Technology (AAS-AMFT) degree program provides a highly interactive hands-on course of study that prepares graduates for careers in the modern manufacturing environment. Advanced manufacturing technology graduates repair, troubleshoot and maintain manufacturing equipment including automated control systems, process control systems, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, conveyors, robots, and application specific machinery. Graduates have a broad multi-disciplinary background in electrical, mechanical, fluid power, automation, instrumentation and process control systems, as well as basic fabrication skills in order to facilitate working with modern electro-mechanical machinery.

Electrical Engineering Technology
This program provides engineering technicians skilled in electronics, power generation and distribution, communications, instrumentation, and other fields to meet the demands of local industry. The program provides a broad background in electricity, electronics, communications, industrial control and electrical machinery.

Electromechanical Instrumentation Technology
Electrical Mechanical Instrumentation Technology will provide students with an accelerated path to enter careers in technical fields such as electrical, mechanical, electrical & instrumentation, process and maintenance technician in the Chemical, Energy, Oil & Gas, and Water/Wastewater industries. This program will be offered in accelerated, block schedules to help dislocated and unemployed students return to work more quickly.

Associate of Applied Science

Advanced Manufacturing Technician
The Advanced Manufacturing Technology (AAS-AMFT) degree program provides a highly interactive hands-on course of study that prepares graduates for careers in the modern manufacturing environment. Advanced manufacturing technology graduates repair, troubleshoot and maintain manufacturing equipment including automated control systems, process control systems, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, conveyors, robots, and application specific machinery. Graduates have a broad multi-disciplinary background in electrical, mechanical, fluid power, automation, instrumentation and process control systems, as well as basic fabrication skills in order to facilitate working with modern electro-mechanical machinery.

Electrical Engineering Technology
This program provides engineering technicians skilled in electronics, power generation and distribution, communications, instrumentation, and other fields to meet the demands of local industry. The program provides a broad background in electricity, electronics, communications, industrial control and electrical machinery.

Certificate

Advanced Manufacturing Technician
The Advanced Manufacturing Technology (AAS-AMFT) degree program provides a highly interactive hands-on course of study that prepares graduates for careers in the modern manufacturing environment. Advanced manufacturing technology graduates repair, troubleshoot and maintain manufacturing equipment including automated control systems, process control systems, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, conveyors, robots, and application specific machinery. Graduates have a broad multi-disciplinary background in electrical, mechanical, fluid power, automation, instrumentation and process control systems, as well as basic fabrication skills in order to facilitate working with modern electro-mechanical machinery.

Associate of Applied Science

Advanced Manufacturing Technician
The Advanced Manufacturing Technology (AAS-AMFT) degree program provides a highly interactive hands-on course of study that prepares graduates for careers in the modern manufacturing environment. Advanced manufacturing technology graduates repair, troubleshoot and maintain manufacturing equipment including automated control systems, process control systems, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, conveyors, robots, and application specific machinery. Graduates have a broad multi-disciplinary background in electrical, mechanical, fluid power, automation, instrumentation and process control systems, as well as basic fabrication skills in order to facilitate working with modern electro-mechanical machinery.

Electrical Engineering Technology
This program provides engineering technicians skilled in electronics, power generation and distribution, communications, instrumentation, and other fields to meet the demands of local industry. The program provides a broad background in electricity, electronics, communications, industrial control and electrical machinery.

Electromechanical Instrumentation Technology
Electrical Mechanical Instrumentation Technology will provide students with an accelerated path to enter careers in technical fields such as electrical, mechanical, electrical & instrumentation, process and maintenance technician in the Chemical, Energy, Oil & Gas, and Water/Wastewater industries. This program will be offered in accelerated, block schedules to help dislocated and unemployed students return to work more quickly.

Certificate

Advanced Manufacturing Technician
The Advanced Manufacturing Technology (AAS-AMFT) degree program provides a highly interactive hands-on course of study that prepares graduates for careers in the modern manufacturing environment. Advanced manufacturing technology graduates repair, troubleshoot and maintain manufacturing equipment including automated control systems, process control systems, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, conveyors, robots, and application specific machinery. Graduates have a broad multi-disciplinary background in electrical, mechanical, fluid power, automation, instrumentation and process control systems, as well as basic fabrication skills in order to facilitate working with modern electro-mechanical machinery.

Associate of Applied Science

Advanced Manufacturing Technician
The Advanced Manufacturing Technology (AAS-AMFT) degree program provides a highly interactive hands-on course of study that prepares graduates for careers in the modern manufacturing environment. Advanced manufacturing technology graduates repair, troubleshoot and maintain manufacturing equipment including automated control systems, process control systems, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, conveyors, robots, and application specific machinery. Graduates have a broad multi-disciplinary background in electrical, mechanical, fluid power, automation, instrumentation and process control systems, as well as basic fabrication skills in order to facilitate working with modern electro-mechanical machinery.

Electromechanical Instrumentation Technology
Electrical Mechanical Instrumentation Technology will provide students with an accelerated path to enter careers in technical fields such as electrical, mechanical, electrical & instrumentation, process and maintenance technician in the Chemical, Energy, Oil & Gas, and Water/Wastewater industries. This program will be offered in accelerated, block schedules to help dislocated and unemployed students return to work more quickly.

Mechanical Engineering Technology
This program applies established scientific and engineering knowledge and methods to the field of machines and manufacturing. This program is ideally suited to the person who is capable of understanding theoretical principles, but prefers to get involved with mechanical systems and processes.

Certificate

Advanced Manufacturing Technician
The Advanced Manufacturing Technology (AAS-AMFT) degree program provides a highly interactive hands-on course of study that prepares graduates for careers in the modern manufacturing environment. Advanced manufacturing technology graduates repair, troubleshoot and maintain manufacturing equipment including automated control systems, process control systems, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, conveyors, robots, and application specific machinery. Graduates have a broad multi-disciplinary background in electrical, mechanical, fluid power, automation, instrumentation and process control systems, as well as basic fabrication skills in order to facilitate working with modern electro-mechanical machinery.

Associate of Applied Science

Advanced Manufacturing Technician
The Advanced Manufacturing Technology (AAS-AMFT) degree program provides a highly interactive hands-on course of study that prepares graduates for careers in the modern manufacturing environment. Advanced manufacturing technology graduates repair, troubleshoot and maintain manufacturing equipment including automated control systems, process control systems, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, conveyors, robots, and application specific machinery. Graduates have a broad multi-disciplinary background in electrical, mechanical, fluid power, automation, instrumentation and process control systems, as well as basic fabrication skills in order to facilitate working with modern electro-mechanical machinery.

Electrical Engineering Technology
This program provides engineering technicians skilled in electronics, power generation and distribution, communications, instrumentation, and other fields to meet the demands of local industry. The program provides a broad background in electricity, electronics, communications, industrial control and electrical machinery.

Electromechanical Instrumentation Technology
Electrical Mechanical Instrumentation Technology will provide students with an accelerated path to enter careers in technical fields such as electrical, mechanical, electrical & instrumentation, process and maintenance technician in the Chemical, Energy, Oil & Gas, and Water/Wastewater industries. This program will be offered in accelerated, block schedules to help dislocated and unemployed students return to work more quickly.

Mechanical Engineering Technology
This program applies established scientific and engineering knowledge and methods to the field of machines and manufacturing. This program is ideally suited to the person who is capable of understanding theoretical principles, but prefers to get involved with mechanical systems and processes.

Associate of Applied Science

Welding Technology
This two year program prepares graduates to enter the field of welding. A graduate with this degree should have a strong foundation in welding and be able to advance to the upper pay level grades at a much higher pace than those untrained.

Certificate

Advanced Manufacturing Technician
The Advanced Manufacturing Technology (AAS-AMFT) degree program provides a highly interactive hands-on course of study that prepares graduates for careers in the modern manufacturing environment. Advanced manufacturing technology graduates repair, troubleshoot and maintain manufacturing equipment including automated control systems, process control systems, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, conveyors, robots, and application specific machinery. Graduates have a broad multi-disciplinary background in electrical, mechanical, fluid power, automation, instrumentation and process control systems, as well as basic fabrication skills in order to facilitate working with modern electro-mechanical machinery.

Associate of Applied Science

Advanced Manufacturing Technician
The Advanced Manufacturing Technology (AAS-AMFT) degree program provides a highly interactive hands-on course of study that prepares graduates for careers in the modern manufacturing environment. Advanced manufacturing technology graduates repair, troubleshoot and maintain manufacturing equipment including automated control systems, process control systems, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, conveyors, robots, and application specific machinery. Graduates have a broad multi-disciplinary background in electrical, mechanical, fluid power, automation, instrumentation and process control systems, as well as basic fabrication skills in order to facilitate working with modern electro-mechanical machinery.

Electrical Engineering Technology
This program provides engineering technicians skilled in electronics, power generation and distribution, communications, instrumentation, and other fields to meet the demands of local industry. The program provides a broad background in electricity, electronics, communications, industrial control and electrical machinery.

Electromechanical Instrumentation Technology
Electrical Mechanical Instrumentation Technology will provide students with an accelerated path to enter careers in technical fields such as electrical, mechanical, electrical & instrumentation, process and maintenance technician in the Chemical, Energy, Oil & Gas, and Water/Wastewater industries. This program will be offered in accelerated, block schedules to help dislocated and unemployed students return to work more quickly.

Mechanical Engineering Technology
This program applies established scientific and engineering knowledge and methods to the field of machines and manufacturing. This program is ideally suited to the person who is capable of understanding theoretical principles, but prefers to get involved with mechanical systems and processes.

Certificate

Process Technology
This program Process Technology prepares students to be employed as operators In the process industry. A chemical process operator works in the safe production, refining and transfer of various chemicals in three states of matter - solid, liquid and gas.

Associate of Applied Science

Process Instrumentation Technology
The Process Instrumentation Technology program will develop skills for the installation, maintenance, calibration and troubleshooting of systems used to measure and control the flow, level, temperature and pressure in automated industrial processes. Courses combine technical theory, use of state of the art equipment, and hands-on experience necessary to work in industrial instrumentation fields across the state, and throughout the country, including chemical operations, upstream and downstream oil and gas, natural gas compressor stations, petrochemical, power generation, and waste water treatment plants.

Process Technology
This program Process Technology prepares students to be employed as operators In the process industry. A chemical process operator works in the safe production, refining and transfer of various chemicals in three states of matter - solid, liquid and gas.

Associate of Applied Science

Machine Tool Technology
This program provides a highly interactive hands-on course of study that prepares graduates for careers in modern industry. The first year of the program (CAS) focuses on manual machine tools and processes. The second year of the program AAS) focuses on Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) equipment, processes and programming.

Certificate

Machine Tool Technology
This program provides a highly interactive hands-on course of study that prepares graduates for careers in modern industry. The first year of the program (CAS) focuses on manual machine tools and processes. The second year of the program AAS) focuses on Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) equipment, processes and programming.

Associate of Applied Science

Machine Tool Technology
This program provides a highly interactive hands-on course of study that prepares graduates for careers in modern industry. The first year of the program (CAS) focuses on manual machine tools and processes. The second year of the program AAS) focuses on Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) equipment, processes and programming.

Diploma

Computer Aided Drafting and Design
The Computer-Aided Drafting and Design program offers instruction in the drafting procedures, materials, manufacturing processes, and science and mathematics that is needed by the technician or engineering assistant in the field. You will receive theoretical and practical experiences in drafting principles, drafting skills, CAD Drafting (AUTOCAD) manufacturing processes, and machine and tool design.

Certificate

Advanced Product Design and Development
This Advanced Product Design and Development Career Studies Certificate is designed to prepare students with the knowledge, skills, and foundational concepts necessary to design, engineer, and produce a product utilizing wood as a primary design medium and incorporating CAD/CAM/CNC technology.

Drafting Technology
The program is designed for both beginning draftsmen and those with drafting dual credit from local high schools. It could also be beneficial to those in the drafting field looking to gain experience with new software and new fabrication technologies. It provides extensive computer application training, instruction in the areas of board and computer drafting techniques, and an introduction to surveying. The student will receive specialized training in the use of 2D and 3D mechanical design software and will be exposed to 3D residential design software.

Product Design and Development
This Product Design and Development Career Studies Certificate is designed to prepare students with the knowledge, skills, and foundational concepts necessary to design, engineer, and produce a product utilizing wood as a primary design medium and incorporating CAD/CAM/CNC technology.

Associate of Applied Science

Integrated Machining Technology
The Integrated Machining Technology Program will train students to enter the workforce at high level machinist positions and entry level management. Students will be exposed to advanced level CNC training, advanced CAD/CAM instruction, advanced inspection training, in addition to career and personal development coursework. Students will also gain experience in the fields of dimensional metrology and advanced tooling applications.

Product Design and Development
The Product Design and Development program is part of the Wood Science program as DCC and is designed to prepare students with the knowledge, skills, and foundational concepts necessary to design, engineer, and produce a product utilizing wood as a primary design medium and incorporating CAD/CAM/CNC technology. These skills include: critical thinking, project planning, managing creativity and design, form and function, product management through customer-focused innovation. Completion of this program will prepare the student for work in various positions in the manufacturing industry.

Diploma

Electrical / Electronics Engineering Technology
The program is designed to develop a general foundation in electricity, electronics, theorems, networks, and fundamental circuits. To receive the diploma, you must complete the required credits with a grade point average of 2.00 or better. The courses are distributed according to the following outline. This outline represents a typical order of courses taken by full-time day students.

Certificate

Factory Automation and Robotics
The Factory Automation and Robotics Career Studies Certificate is designed for persons who are seeking employment in an automated production environment. Persons that would benefit from this program include, but are not limited to those who are seeking initial employment, those currently employed seeking advancement, those wanting to improve or update their skill set and those seeking a career change. The curriculum provides an understanding of the common elements that comprise a modern automated production system.

Industrial Electrical - Electronic Principles
This program aims to train industrial workers who have the need or desire to keep up with occupational requirements or to learn a necessary skill in the Electrical-Electronic field.

Maintenance Mechanics
The purpose of the Maintenance Mechanics Certificate program is to prepare individuals for employment in entry level positions available in industry and provide advancement opportunity to mechanics currently working in industry.

Associate of Applied Science

Applied Engineering Technology
This Engineering Technology program is designed to provide a broad base of math, science, and engineering knowledge which will prepare the graduate to enter the technical workforce upon graduation. Entry into the workplace would be at the Engineering Assistant level. The graduate will have knowledge in areas of Engineering Technology such as engineering materials, design drafting, engineering mechanics, manufacturing methods, electronics, and computer programming.

Integrated Systems Technology
This program combines the concepts, theory and practices associated with mechanical and electrical processes found in modern automated industries. Students in the Mechanical Track develop the skills to assemble, install, troubleshoot and service pneumatic, hydraulic and mechanical systems. Students in the Electrical / Electronic Track develop skills to install, test and troubleshoot, program and calibrate a variety of electronic devices including robotics and programmable logic controllers. Coursework also provides opportunities where students learn teamwork and lean manufacturing through simulated work experience.

Diploma

Electrical / Electronic Equipment Servicing
The purpose of the Electrical/Electronic Equipment Servicing program is to train, upgrade and increase technical competence of qualified personnel to operate, maintain and service electrical-electronic equipment.

Electrical / Electronics Engineering Technology
The program is designed to develop a general foundation in electricity, electronics, theorems, networks, and fundamental circuits. To receive the diploma, you must complete the required credits with a grade point average of 2.00 or better. The courses are distributed according to the following outline. This outline represents a typical order of courses taken by full-time day students.

Diploma

Electrical / Electronic Equipment Servicing
The purpose of the Electrical/Electronic Equipment Servicing program is to train, upgrade and increase technical competence of qualified personnel to operate, maintain and service electrical-electronic equipment.

Electrical / Electronics Engineering Technology
The program is designed to develop a general foundation in electricity, electronics, theorems, networks, and fundamental circuits. To receive the diploma, you must complete the required credits with a grade point average of 2.00 or better. The courses are distributed according to the following outline. This outline represents a typical order of courses taken by full-time day students.

Certificate

Factory Automation and Robotics
The Factory Automation and Robotics Career Studies Certificate is designed for persons who are seeking employment in an automated production environment. Persons that would benefit from this program include, but are not limited to those who are seeking initial employment, those currently employed seeking advancement, those wanting to improve or update their skill set and those seeking a career change. The curriculum provides an understanding of the common elements that comprise a modern automated production system.

Industrial Electrical - Electronic Principles
This program aims to train industrial workers who have the need or desire to keep up with occupational requirements or to learn a necessary skill in the Electrical-Electronic field.

Manufacturing Technician
The Manufacturing Technician Career Studies Certificate is designed to prepare participants to gain employment in various manufacturing jobs requiring advanced technical and operator skills as well as knowledge of advanced manufacturing practices.

Associate of Applied Science

Applied Engineering Technology
This Engineering Technology program is designed to provide a broad base of math, science, and engineering knowledge which will prepare the graduate to enter the technical workforce upon graduation. Entry into the workplace would be at the Engineering Assistant level. The graduate will have knowledge in areas of Engineering Technology such as engineering materials, design drafting, engineering mechanics, manufacturing methods, electronics, and computer programming.

Integrated Systems Technology
This program combines the concepts, theory and practices associated with mechanical and electrical processes found in modern automated industries. Students in the Mechanical Track develop the skills to assemble, install, troubleshoot and service pneumatic, hydraulic and mechanical systems. Students in the Electrical / Electronic Track develop skills to install, test and troubleshoot, program and calibrate a variety of electronic devices including robotics and programmable logic controllers. Coursework also provides opportunities where students learn teamwork and lean manufacturing through simulated work experience.

Diploma

Electrical / Electronic Equipment Servicing
The purpose of the Electrical/Electronic Equipment Servicing program is to train, upgrade and increase technical competence of qualified personnel to operate, maintain and service electrical-electronic equipment.

Electrical / Electronics Engineering Technology
The program is designed to develop a general foundation in electricity, electronics, theorems, networks, and fundamental circuits. To receive the diploma, you must complete the required credits with a grade point average of 2.00 or better. The courses are distributed according to the following outline. This outline represents a typical order of courses taken by full-time day students.

Certificate

Maintenance Mechanics
The purpose of the Maintenance Mechanics Certificate program is to prepare individuals for employment in entry level positions available in industry and provide advancement opportunity to mechanics currently working in industry.

Manufacturing Technician
The Manufacturing Technician Career Studies Certificate is designed to prepare participants to gain employment in various manufacturing jobs requiring advanced technical and operator skills as well as knowledge of advanced manufacturing practices.

Associate of Applied Science

Applied Engineering Technology
This Engineering Technology program is designed to provide a broad base of math, science, and engineering knowledge which will prepare the graduate to enter the technical workforce upon graduation. Entry into the workplace would be at the Engineering Assistant level. The graduate will have knowledge in areas of Engineering Technology such as engineering materials, design drafting, engineering mechanics, manufacturing methods, electronics, and computer programming.

Integrated Systems Technology
This program combines the concepts, theory and practices associated with mechanical and electrical processes found in modern automated industries. Students in the Mechanical Track develop the skills to assemble, install, troubleshoot and service pneumatic, hydraulic and mechanical systems. Students in the Electrical / Electronic Track develop skills to install, test and troubleshoot, program and calibrate a variety of electronic devices including robotics and programmable logic controllers. Coursework also provides opportunities where students learn teamwork and lean manufacturing through simulated work experience.

Certificate

Maintenance Mechanics
The purpose of the Maintenance Mechanics Certificate program is to prepare individuals for employment in entry level positions available in industry and provide advancement opportunity to mechanics currently working in industry.

Associate of Applied Science

Integrated Systems Technology
This program combines the concepts, theory and practices associated with mechanical and electrical processes found in modern automated industries. Students in the Mechanical Track develop the skills to assemble, install, troubleshoot and service pneumatic, hydraulic and mechanical systems. Students in the Electrical / Electronic Track develop skills to install, test and troubleshoot, program and calibrate a variety of electronic devices including robotics and programmable logic controllers. Coursework also provides opportunities where students learn teamwork and lean manufacturing through simulated work experience.

Certificate

Welding Technology
This program is designed to develop students' general foundation in welding.

Welding Technology
The Welding Career Studies Certificate is a response to the short term training needs of many adults in our service region. It is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to obtain employment in the welding field. The fundamental objective of the program is to teach students how to weld. Individuals trained in this program must be able to meet welding performance demands of industry;

Diploma

Electrical / Electronic Equipment Servicing
The purpose of the Electrical/Electronic Equipment Servicing program is to train, upgrade and increase technical competence of qualified personnel to operate, maintain and service electrical-electronic equipment.

Electrical / Electronics Engineering Technology
The program is designed to develop a general foundation in electricity, electronics, theorems, networks, and fundamental circuits. To receive the diploma, you must complete the required credits with a grade point average of 2.00 or better. The courses are distributed according to the following outline. This outline represents a typical order of courses taken by full-time day students.

Certificate

Maintenance Mechanics
The purpose of the Maintenance Mechanics Certificate program is to prepare individuals for employment in entry level positions available in industry and provide advancement opportunity to mechanics currently working in industry.

Manufacturing Technician
The Manufacturing Technician Career Studies Certificate is designed to prepare participants to gain employment in various manufacturing jobs requiring advanced technical and operator skills as well as knowledge of advanced manufacturing practices.

Associate of Applied Science

Applied Engineering Technology
This Engineering Technology program is designed to provide a broad base of math, science, and engineering knowledge which will prepare the graduate to enter the technical workforce upon graduation. Entry into the workplace would be at the Engineering Assistant level. The graduate will have knowledge in areas of Engineering Technology such as engineering materials, design drafting, engineering mechanics, manufacturing methods, electronics, and computer programming.

Integrated Systems Technology
This program combines the concepts, theory and practices associated with mechanical and electrical processes found in modern automated industries. Students in the Mechanical Track develop the skills to assemble, install, troubleshoot and service pneumatic, hydraulic and mechanical systems. Students in the Electrical / Electronic Track develop skills to install, test and troubleshoot, program and calibrate a variety of electronic devices including robotics and programmable logic controllers. Coursework also provides opportunities where students learn teamwork and lean manufacturing through simulated work experience.

Diploma

Precision Machining Technology
The Precision Machining Technology program provides training in basic machine shop operations, materials, and manufacturing processes. You will receive theoretical and practical experiences in the care and use of tools, care and use of machines, working to proper tolerances, technical drafting, computer numerical control programming, CAD-CAM training, metallurgy, tool making, jig and fixture design, precision measurements, and the development of leadership qualities.

Diploma

Precision Machining Technology
The Precision Machining Technology program provides training in basic machine shop operations, materials, and manufacturing processes. You will receive theoretical and practical experiences in the care and use of tools, care and use of machines, working to proper tolerances, technical drafting, computer numerical control programming, CAD-CAM training, metallurgy, tool making, jig and fixture design, precision measurements, and the development of leadership qualities.

Associate of Applied Science

Integrated Machining Technology
The Integrated Machining Technology Program will train students to enter the workforce at high level machinist positions and entry level management. Students will be exposed to advanced level CNC training, advanced CAD/CAM instruction, advanced inspection training, in addition to career and personal development coursework. Students will also gain experience in the fields of dimensional metrology and advanced tooling applications.

Certificate

CAD Technology — Industrial Drafting - CATIA
Enables designers, engineers, and students with previous CAD background to become knowledgeable and proficient in this powerful and versatile software. Usage of CATIA V5 is increasing in the automotive and supplier industry. Course work covers some of the most commonly used Work Benches such as Sketcher, Part, Drafting, Assembly, and Generative Shape Design (surfacing).

CAD Technology - Industrial Drafting - SolidWorks
Enables designers, engineers, and students with previous CAD background to become proficient in this powerful and versatile design software. Application modules include Sketcher, Part, Drawing, and Assembly. SolidWorks software is used by automotive tier one and tier two suppliers, appliance and furniture manufacturers, consumer products manufacturers, and medical equipment manufacturers.

CAD Technology - Industrial Drafting - UG NX
Enables designers, engineers, and students with previous CAD background to become proficient in the use of the powerful and versatile UG NX design software, which is increasing in the automotive and aircraft industries. Coursework includes the most commonly used environments such as sketcher, part design, drafting, assembly, and surfacing. UG NX is Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) software.

Associate in Applied Science

CAD - CAM Technician
This is a multi-disciplinary program between HFC's Drafting/CAD and Machine Tool programs, and is based in CAD and CNC technologies. Utilizing both disciplines, students who are successful gain a deeper appreciation for the resources and complexities that exist in each area independently, and as they work together in industry. Students develop and refine the skills and experience needed by entry-level and experienced CAD-CAM Technicians.

CAD Technology - Industrial Drafting
Provides experience with CAD programs and applications. Begins with manual drafting and progresses to CAD design, detailing, and problem solving. Includes exposure to a wide variety of drafting specialities such as: layout and detailing in product design, machine element drafting, fixture design, and die design. Utilizes current design software.

Associate in Applied Science

Energy Technology - Multi-Skilled Facility Maintenance Technician
This program prepares students for a career in facility maintenance. It focuses on job safety, basic electricity, heating and cooling, sheet metal fabrication, EPA refrigeration certification, power engineering (exposure to boilers and hydronic systems), building controls, hydraulics, plumbing and pipe fitting, millwright basics (applied tech), and welding.

Certificate

Electrical Technology — Automation Controls
This program is geared toward people working in industry that need the skills directly related to their job in industrial controls, or towards individuals with theory-based 4-year degrees that are looking for more hands-on knowledge.

Associate in Applied Science

Multi-Skilled Manufacturing Maintenance (Mechatronic Manufacturing Maintenance)
This degree covers areas such as industrial electrical, mechanical, robot maintenance, welding, and hydraulics.

Associate in Applied Science

Multi-Skilled Manufacturing Maintenance (Mechatronic Manufacturing Maintenance)
This degree covers areas such as industrial electrical, mechanical, robot maintenance, welding, and hydraulics.

Apprenticeship

Skilled Trades and Apprenticeship
Skilled Trades Apprenticeships provide related trades instructional classes for registered Department of Labor and other industrial apprentices involved in the maintenance of manufacturing systems. Apprentices in these skilled trade classifications take courses defined by their employer or joint apprentice committee. They also must complete on-the-job hours of work and skills certification to qualify for a journeyman's certification or the equivalent.

Certificate

Electrical Technology — Analog Electronics
This program covers Analog electronics, which deal with infinitely varying signals and the components that amplify and operate with these varying signals. This certificate can be earned while pursuing an Associate in Applied Science degree in Electrical Technology.

Electrical Technology — Basic Electronics
This basic certificate covers the fundamental of electricity and electronics as applied to the electrical field. This certificate can be earned while pursuing an Associate in Applied Science degree in Electrical Technology.

Electrical Technology — Digital Electronics
This certificate focuses on Digital Electronics, which is the branch of electronics dealing with finite and discrete signal levels. Students can earn this certificate while pursing an Associate in Applied Science degree in Electrical Technology.

Associate in Applied Science

Multi-Skilled Manufacturing Maintenance (Mechatronic Manufacturing Maintenance)
This degree covers areas such as industrial electrical, mechanical, robot maintenance, welding, and hydraulics.

Apprenticeship

Plant Maintenance Trades
Plant Maintenance Apprenticeships provide related trades instructional classes for registered Department of Labor and other industrial apprentices involved in the maintenance of manufacturing systems. Apprentices in these skilled trade classifications take courses defined by their employer or joint apprentice committee. They also must complete on-the-job hours of work and skills certification to qualify for a journeyman's certification or the equivalent.

Skilled Trades and Apprenticeship
Skilled Trades Apprenticeships provide related trades instructional classes for registered Department of Labor and other industrial apprentices involved in the maintenance of manufacturing systems. Apprentices in these skilled trade classifications take courses defined by their employer or joint apprentice committee. They also must complete on-the-job hours of work and skills certification to qualify for a journeyman's certification or the equivalent.

Associate in Applied Science

Multi-Skilled Manufacturing Maintenance (Mechatronic Manufacturing Maintenance)
This degree covers areas such as industrial electrical, mechanical, robot maintenance, welding, and hydraulics.

Multi-Skilled Manufacturing Maintenance (Mechatronic Manufacturing Maintenance)
This degree covers areas such as industrial electrical, mechanical, robot maintenance, welding, and hydraulics.

Apprenticeship

Plant Maintenance Trades
Plant Maintenance Apprenticeships provide related trades instructional classes for registered Department of Labor and other industrial apprentices involved in the maintenance of manufacturing systems. Apprentices in these skilled trade classifications take courses defined by their employer or joint apprentice committee. They also must complete on-the-job hours of work and skills certification to qualify for a journeyman's certification or the equivalent.

Skilled Trades and Apprenticeship
Skilled Trades Apprenticeships provide related trades instructional classes for registered Department of Labor and other industrial apprentices involved in the maintenance of manufacturing systems. Apprentices in these skilled trade classifications take courses defined by their employer or joint apprentice committee. They also must complete on-the-job hours of work and skills certification to qualify for a journeyman's certification or the equivalent.

Apprenticeship

Skilled Trades and Apprenticeship
Skilled Trades Apprenticeships provide related trades instructional classes for registered Department of Labor and other industrial apprentices involved in the maintenance of manufacturing systems. Apprentices in these skilled trade classifications take courses defined by their employer or joint apprentice committee. They also must complete on-the-job hours of work and skills certification to qualify for a journeyman's certification or the equivalent.

Associate in Applied Science

Multi-Skilled Manufacturing Maintenance (Mechatronic Manufacturing Maintenance)
This degree covers areas such as industrial electrical, mechanical, robot maintenance, welding, and hydraulics.

Apprenticeship

Skilled Trades and Apprenticeship
Skilled Trades Apprenticeships provide related trades instructional classes for registered Department of Labor and other industrial apprentices involved in the maintenance of manufacturing systems. Apprentices in these skilled trade classifications take courses defined by their employer or joint apprentice committee. They also must complete on-the-job hours of work and skills certification to qualify for a journeyman's certification or the equivalent.

Associate in Applied Science

Multi-Skilled Manufacturing Maintenance (Mechatronic Manufacturing Maintenance)
This degree covers areas such as industrial electrical, mechanical, robot maintenance, welding, and hydraulics.

Apprenticeship

Skilled Trades and Apprenticeship
Skilled Trades Apprenticeships provide related trades instructional classes for registered Department of Labor and other industrial apprentices involved in the maintenance of manufacturing systems. Apprentices in these skilled trade classifications take courses defined by their employer or joint apprentice committee. They also must complete on-the-job hours of work and skills certification to qualify for a journeyman's certification or the equivalent.

Certificate

Welding Technology Basic Certificate
This basic certificate program focuses on the skills needed in performing different kinds of basic welding. Once through the program, students will have the skills necessary for an entry-level position in an industrial plant, where they could use welding as a means to build and repair various products.

Apprenticeship

Skilled Trades and Apprenticeship
Skilled Trades Apprenticeships provide related trades instructional classes for registered Department of Labor and other industrial apprentices involved in the maintenance of manufacturing systems. Apprentices in these skilled trade classifications take courses defined by their employer or joint apprentice committee. They also must complete on-the-job hours of work and skills certification to qualify for a journeyman's certification or the equivalent.

Certificate

Welding Technology Advanced Certificate
This certificate program allows students to develop the skills necessary to become proficient in specialized areas of welding. It also provides the option for students to become certified through the American Welding Society (AWS).

Welding Technology Basic Certificate
This basic certificate program focuses on the skills needed in performing different kinds of basic welding. Once through the program, students will have the skills necessary for an entry-level position in an industrial plant, where they could use welding as a means to build and repair various products.

Associate in Applied Science

Multi-Skilled Manufacturing Maintenance (Mechatronic Manufacturing Maintenance)
This degree covers areas such as industrial electrical, mechanical, robot maintenance, welding, and hydraulics.

Welding Technology
This degree program emphasizes the development of real, hands-on welding, layout, and fitting skills with extensive exposure to welding principles and practices. In addition to covering several welding processes, course work also examines cutting processes, and exposes students to the areas of metallurgy and weld inspection procedures.

Apprenticeship

Skilled Trades and Apprenticeship
Skilled Trades Apprenticeships provide related trades instructional classes for registered Department of Labor and other industrial apprentices involved in the maintenance of manufacturing systems. Apprentices in these skilled trade classifications take courses defined by their employer or joint apprentice committee. They also must complete on-the-job hours of work and skills certification to qualify for a journeyman's certification or the equivalent.

Associate in Applied Science

Energy Technology - Multi-Skilled Facility Maintenance Technician
This degree program prepares students for a career in building/plant facility maintenance. Focuses on job safety, basic electricity, heating and cooling, sheet metal fabrication, EPA refrigeration certification, power engineering (exposure to boilers and hydronic systems), building controls, hydraulics, plumbing and pipe fitting, millwright basics (applied tech), and welding.

Multi-Skilled Manufacturing Maintenance (Mechatronic Manufacturing Maintenance)
This degree covers areas such as industrial electrical, mechanical, robot maintenance, welding, and hydraulics.

Associate in Applied Science

Machine Tool Technology / CNC
This program explores advanced precision machining skills utilizing computer numerical controlled (CNC) machining and turning centers, and CAD/CAM software. Course work introduces a variety of metals, usage of various types of cutting tools, precision measuring tools, manual lathes, vertical milling machines, surface grinders, and other shop equipment. Classes are conducted in real world laboratory settings using state-of-the-art equipment.

Certificate

Welding Technology Basic Certificate
This basic certificate program focuses on the skills needed in performing different kinds of basic welding. Once through the program, students will have the skills necessary for an entry-level position in an industrial plant, where they could use welding as a means to build and repair various products.

Associate in Applied Science

Machine Tool Technology / CNC
This program explores advanced precision machining skills utilizing computer numerical controlled (CNC) machining and turning centers, and CAD/CAM software. Course work introduces a variety of metals, usage of various types of cutting tools, precision measuring tools, manual lathes, vertical milling machines, surface grinders, and other shop equipment. Classes are conducted in real world laboratory settings using state-of-the-art equipment.

Apprenticeship

Skilled Trades and Apprenticeship
Skilled Trades Apprenticeships provide related trades instructional classes for registered Department of Labor and other industrial apprentices involved in the maintenance of manufacturing systems. Apprentices in these skilled trade classifications take courses defined by their employer or joint apprentice committee. They also must complete on-the-job hours of work and skills certification to qualify for a journeyman's certification or the equivalent.

Certificate

Welding Technology Advanced Certificate
This certificate program allows students to develop the skills necessary to become proficient in specialized areas of welding. It also provides the option for students to become certified through the American Welding Society (AWS).

Associate in Applied Science

Machine Tool Technology / CNC
This program explores advanced precision machining skills utilizing computer numerical controlled (CNC) machining and turning centers, and CAD/CAM software. Course work introduces a variety of metals, usage of various types of cutting tools, precision measuring tools, manual lathes, vertical milling machines, surface grinders, and other shop equipment. Classes are conducted in real world laboratory settings using state-of-the-art equipment.

Associate in Applied Science

Machine Tool Technology / CNC
This program explores advanced precision machining skills utilizing computer numerical controlled (CNC) machining and turning centers, and CAD/CAM software. Course work introduces a variety of metals, usage of various types of cutting tools, precision measuring tools, manual lathes, vertical milling machines, surface grinders, and other shop equipment. Classes are conducted in real world laboratory settings using state-of-the-art equipment.

Multi-Skilled Manufacturing Maintenance (Mechatronic Manufacturing Maintenance)
This degree covers areas such as industrial electrical, mechanical, robot maintenance, welding, and hydraulics.

Apprenticeship

Skilled Trades and Apprenticeship
Skilled Trades Apprenticeships provide related trades instructional classes for registered Department of Labor and other industrial apprentices involved in the maintenance of manufacturing systems. Apprentices in these skilled trade classifications take courses defined by their employer or joint apprentice committee. They also must complete on-the-job hours of work and skills certification to qualify for a journeyman's certification or the equivalent.

Certificate

CAD Technician
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. Certificates allow students to obtain a credential in a specialized area while taking courses that will also apply to the associate in applied science degree.

Diploma

Industrial and Engineering Technology
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. The electrical specialization prepares students to seek employment in the areas of electrical design, maintenance, and repair.

Certificate

Automation Technician
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. Certificates allow students to obtain a credential in a specialized area while taking courses that will also apply to the associate in applied science degree.

Electronics Technician
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. Certificates allow students to obtain a credential in a specialized area while taking courses that will also apply to the associate in applied science degree.

Electronics Tester
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. Certificates allow students to obtain a credential in a specialized area while taking courses that will also apply to the associate in applied science degree.

Industrial and Engineering Technology
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. The electrical specialization prepares students to seek employment in the areas of electrical design, maintenance, and repair.

Maintenance Technician
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. Certificates allow students to obtain a credential in a specialized area while taking courses that will also apply to the associate in applied science degree.

Robotics and Automation Technician
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. Certificates allow students to obtain a credential in a specialized area while taking courses that will also apply to the associate in applied science degree.

Associate of Applied Science

Advanced Manufacturing Technician
This program combines college coursework with paid, on-the-job training, and leads you to your certification as an Advanced Manufacturing Technician. Students will also have the tools needed for a challenging, rewarding career with area manufacturers.

Industrial Engineering Technology
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. The Engineering Technology degree allows students to tailor their degrees to their own interests while providing them with a broad understanding of technologies commonly used in industry.

Certificate

Industrial Electronics Technician I
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. Certificates allow students to obtain a credential in a specialized area while taking courses that will also apply to the associate in applied science degree.

Industrial Electronics Technician II
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. Certificates allow students to obtain a credential in a specialized area while taking courses that will also apply to the associate in applied science degree.

Diploma

Industrial and Engineering Technology
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. The electrical specialization prepares students to seek employment in the areas of electrical design, maintenance, and repair.

Certificate

Electronics Technician
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. Certificates allow students to obtain a credential in a specialized area while taking courses that will also apply to the associate in applied science degree.

Electronics Tester
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. Certificates allow students to obtain a credential in a specialized area while taking courses that will also apply to the associate in applied science degree.

Industrial and Engineering Technology
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. The electrical specialization prepares students to seek employment in the areas of electrical design, maintenance, and repair.

Industrial Electronics Technician I
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. Certificates allow students to obtain a credential in a specialized area while taking courses that will also apply to the associate in applied science degree.

Industrial Electronics Technician II
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. Certificates allow students to obtain a credential in a specialized area while taking courses that will also apply to the associate in applied science degree.

Maintenance Technician
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. Certificates allow students to obtain a credential in a specialized area while taking courses that will also apply to the associate in applied science degree.

Associate of Applied Science

Advanced Manufacturing Technician
This program combines college coursework with paid, on-the-job training, and leads you to your certification as an Advanced Manufacturing Technician. Students will also have the tools needed for a challenging, rewarding career with area manufacturers.

Engineering Technology
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. The Engineering Technology degree allows students to tailor their degrees to their own interests while providing them with a broad understanding of technologies commonly used in industry.

Industrial Engineering Technology
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. The Engineering Technology degree allows students to tailor their degrees to their own interests while providing them with a broad understanding of technologies commonly used in industry.

Diploma

Industrial and Engineering Technology
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. The electrical specialization prepares students to seek employment in the areas of electrical design, maintenance, and repair.

Industrial and Engineering Technology
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. The electrical specialization prepares students to seek employment in the areas of electrical design, maintenance, and repair.

Certificate

Industrial and Engineering Technology
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. The electrical specialization prepares students to seek employment in the areas of electrical design, maintenance, and repair.

Industrial and Engineering Technology
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. The electrical specialization prepares students to seek employment in the areas of electrical design, maintenance, and repair.

Maintenance Technician
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. Certificates allow students to obtain a credential in a specialized area while taking courses that will also apply to the associate in applied science degree.

Maintenance Technician
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. Certificates allow students to obtain a credential in a specialized area while taking courses that will also apply to the associate in applied science degree.

Mechanical Technician
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. Certificates allow students to obtain a credential in a specialized area while taking courses that will also apply to the associate in applied science degree.

Associate of Applied Science

Advanced Manufacturing Technician
This program combines college coursework with paid, on-the-job training, and leads you to your certification as an Advanced Manufacturing Technician. Students will also have the tools needed for a challenging, rewarding career with area manufacturers.

Advanced Manufacturing Technician
This program combines college coursework with paid, on-the-job training, and leads you to your certification as an Advanced Manufacturing Technician. Students will also have the tools needed for a challenging, rewarding career with area manufacturers.

Industrial Engineering Technology
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. The Engineering Technology degree allows students to tailor their degrees to their own interests while providing them with a broad understanding of technologies commonly used in industry.

Industrial Engineering Technology
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. The Engineering Technology degree allows students to tailor their degrees to their own interests while providing them with a broad understanding of technologies commonly used in industry.

Industrial Maintenance Technician
This program covers the basics of the technologies found in today's manufacturing environment, and prepares students to hold a wide variety of manufacturing technician positions.

Industrial Maintenance Technician
This program covers the basics of the technologies found in today's manufacturing environment, and prepares students to hold a wide variety of manufacturing technician positions.

Diploma

Industrial and Engineering Technology
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. The electrical specialization prepares students to seek employment in the areas of electrical design, maintenance, and repair.

Certificate

Automation Technician
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. Certificates allow students to obtain a credential in a specialized area while taking courses that will also apply to the associate in applied science degree.

Industrial and Engineering Technology
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. The electrical specialization prepares students to seek employment in the areas of electrical design, maintenance, and repair.

Industrial Electronics Technician I
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. Certificates allow students to obtain a credential in a specialized area while taking courses that will also apply to the associate in applied science degree.

Industrial Electronics Technician II
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. Certificates allow students to obtain a credential in a specialized area while taking courses that will also apply to the associate in applied science degree.

Maintenance Technician
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. Certificates allow students to obtain a credential in a specialized area while taking courses that will also apply to the associate in applied science degree.

Mechanical Technician
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. Certificates allow students to obtain a credential in a specialized area while taking courses that will also apply to the associate in applied science degree.

Associate of Applied Science

Advanced Manufacturing Technician
This program combines college coursework with paid, on-the-job training, and leads you to your certification as an Advanced Manufacturing Technician. Students will also have the tools needed for a challenging, rewarding career with area manufacturers.

Industrial Engineering Technology
This program gives individuals the background to work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftsmen, and as plant maintenance specialists. The Engineering Technology degree allows students to tailor their degrees to their own interests while providing them with a broad understanding of technologies commonly used in industry.

Industrial Maintenance Technician
This program covers the basics of the technologies found in today's manufacturing environment, and prepares students to hold a wide variety of manufacturing technician positions.

Certificate

Applied Process Technology - Chemical Refinery Operator
This program prepares the graduate for entry-level operations in the power plant, lineman, chemical, petro-chemical, refining, and general industries. It teaches students about automated and semi-automated systems used in various industries.

Applied Process Technology - Power Plant Operator
This program prepares the graduate for entry-level operations in the power plant, lineman, chemical, petro-chemical, refining, and general industries. It teaches students about automated and semi-automated systems used in various industries.

Associate of Applied Technology

Applied Process Technology
This program prepares the graduate for entry-level operations in the power plant, lineman, chemical, petro-chemical, refining, and general industries. It teaches students about automated and semi-automated systems used in various industries.

Apprenticeship

Tool & Die Apprentice
Graduates of this program can find employment as machine set-up personnel, maintenance technicians, general machinists, apprentice tool and die makers, apprentice moldmakers and CNC operators/programmers.

Diploma

CNC Machinist
Graduates of this program can find employment as machine set-up personnel, maintenance technicians, general machinists, apprentice tool and die makers, apprentice moldmakers and CNC operators/programmers.

Machinist
Graduates of this program can find employment as machine set-up personnel, maintenance technicians, general machinists, apprentice tool and die makers, apprentice moldmakers and CNC operators/programmers.

Certificate

CNC Operator
Graduates of this program can find employment as machine set-up personnel, maintenance technicians, general machinists, apprentice tool and die makers, apprentice moldmakers and CNC operators/programmers.

Exploratory Machining I
Graduates of this program can find employment as machine set-up personnel, maintenance technicians, general machinists, apprentice tool and die makers, apprentice moldmakers and CNC operators/programmers.

Machine Tool Operator I
Graduates of this program can find employment as machine set-up personnel, maintenance technicians, general machinists, apprentice tool and die makers, apprentice moldmakers and CNC operators/programmers.

Machine Tool Operator II
Graduates of this program can find employment as machine set-up personnel, maintenance technicians, general machinists, apprentice tool and die makers, apprentice moldmakers and CNC operators/programmers.

Associate of Applied Science

Computerized Manufacturing and Machining
Graduates of this program can find employment as machine set-up personnel, maintenance technicians, general machinists, apprentice tool and die makers, apprentice moldmakers and CNC operators/programmers.

Certificate of Achievement

Computer Aided Design and Drafting Technology - Level I Fundamentals
This program is open to all students, whether in a degree program or not, and provides students with a fundamental understanding of CAD technology.

Certificate

Computer Aided Design and Drafting Technology - CAD Product Design Option
This program focuses on the foundation in utilizing the computer as a tool in engineering analysis, design, machine tool, robotics, industrial technology, and manufacturing systems. Students will apply knowledge of systems, software configurations and design principles in solving increasingly complex product design problems involving various manufacturing materials.

Computer Aided Design and Drafting Technology - Computer Aided Engineering Option
This program focuses on design with an emphasis on concepts and applications of CAD Engineering Technologies. The learning experience in this program is enhanced by reverse engineering and rapid prototyping. The program covers subjects such as: the applications and principles of kinematics in design; concepts and techniques of finite element modeling for stress analysis / non-destructive testing; techniques and applications of solid modeling; and CNC tool path generation.

Computer Aided Design and Drafting Technology - Computer Aided Vehicle Design Option
This program focuses on preparation for entry-level vehicle design positions using the computer as a tool in engineering, analysis, design, industrial technology and manufacturing systems. The VDO specialization covers the principles and concepts of vehicle underbody and upper-body design. Courses examine body surface blue-print interpretation, surface and structure applications, and advanced body practices and theories.

Computer Aided Design and Drafting Technology - Level II Intermediate
This program builds on the Level I Fundamentals certificate to enhance students' skills in design and animation.

Associate of Applied Science

Computer Aided Design and Drafting Technology - CAD Product Design Option
This program focuses on the foundation in utilizing the computer as a tool in engineering analysis, design, machine tool, robotics, industrial technology, and manufacturing systems. Students will apply knowledge of systems, software configurations and design principles in solving increasingly complex product design problems involving various manufacturing materials.

Computer Aided Design and Drafting Technology - Computer Aided Engineering Option
This program focuses on design with an emphasis on concepts and applications of CAD Engineering Technologies. The learning experience in this program is enhanced by reverse engineering and rapid prototyping. The program covers subjects such as: the applications and principles of kinematics in design; concepts and techniques of finite element modeling for stress analysis / non-destructive testing; techniques and applications of solid modeling; and CNC tool path generation.

Computer Aided Design and Drafting Technology - Computer Aided Vehicle Design Option
This program focuses on preparation for entry-level vehicle design positions using the computer as a tool in engineering, analysis, design, industrial technology and manufacturing systems. The VDO specialization covers the principles and concepts of vehicle underbody and upper-body design. Courses examine body surface blue-print interpretation, surface and structure applications, and advanced body practices and theories.

Apprenticeship

Draftsman Designer
Oakland Community College, in cooperation with local industry, offers the required related instruction classes for apprentices from area industrial companies. Upon completion of a defined curriculum, eligible students may apply for degrees or certificates from OCC. Apprentices are trained in occupations that require a wide and diverse range of skills and knowledge. Apprentices learn all the aspects of a trade through day-by-day training on the job, experience under proper supervision combined with technical instruction. After successfully completing their apprenticeships and learning the mechanics of their trade, apprentices become journeypersons and receive a completion certificate issued by the U.S. Department of Labor.

Certificate of Achievement

Robotics/Automated Systems Technology - Programmable Controllers
The Programmable Controllers Certificate of Achievement is intended for individuals who need to enhance their existing related experience in manufacturing technology. This program is designed to prepare students for career opportunities in the robotics and automation fields and provides a background in many areas of technology, e.g. Robotic Programming Applications, Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Robotic Controllers, and many more. Technologies prepare students for employment in advance manufacturing and for emerging technologies. A robotics technologist applies traditional electro-mechanical skills with knowledge of programming, controls, and networking to mechatronics concepts as related to robotic systems. Individuals in the field of robotics apply logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of approaches to problems, or to alternative solutions for innovations in technology leading to development of new applications and markets for robotics.

Certificate

Electrical Trades Technology - Electromechanical Technology
This program is focused on the requirements of a facilities setting. Students will develop the knowledge and skills to support the maintenance of facility infrastructures, including equipment, buildings, and manufacturing equipment. Graduates may be employed in various electrical-related occupations: Plant Floor Electrician; Equipment Maintenance and Repair; or choose to continue their education.

Electrical Trades Technology - Industrial Electrical
This program is focused on the requirements of an industrial setting. Students will develop the knowledge and skills to enter the skilled trades industry, support three phase electrical systems and industrial processes. Graduates may be employed in various electrical-related occupations: Plant Floor Electrician; Equipment Maintenance and Repair; or choose to continue their education.

Robotics/Automated Systems Technology
The Robotics/Automated Systems certificate is intended for individuals who have earned a previous degree or have significant work related experience in manufacturing technology. Students without any or limited previous related experience in manufacturing technology are encouraged to enroll in the Robotics/Automated Systems Technology Associate Degree. This program is designed to prepare students for career opportunities in the robotics and automation fields and provides a background in many areas of technology, e.g. Robotic Programming Applications, Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Robotic Controllers, and many more. Technologies prepare students for employment in advance manufacturing and for emerging technologies. A robotics technologist applies traditional electro-mechanical skills with knowledge of programming, controls, and networking to mechatronics concepts as related to robotic systems. Individuals in the field of robotics apply logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of approaches to problems, or to alternative solutions for innovations in technology leading to development of new applications and markets for robotics.

Associate of Applied Science

Electrical Trades Technology - Electromechanical Technology
The program is focused on the requirements of a facilities setting. Students will develop the knowledge and skills to support the maintenance of facility infrastructures; equipment, buildings, and manufacturing equipment. Graduates may be employed in various electrical-related occupations: Plant Floor Electrician; Equipment Maintenance and Repair; or choose to continue their education.

Electrical Trades Technology - Industrial Electrical
This program is focused on the requirements of an industrial setting. Students will develop the knowledge and skills to enter the skilled trades industry, support three phase electrical systems and industrial processes. Graduates may be employed in various electrical-related occupations: Plant Floor Electrician; Equipment Maintenance and Repair; or choose to continue their education.

Robotics/Automated Systems Technology
This program is designed to prepare students for career opportunities in the robotics and automation fields and provides a background in many areas of technology, e.g. Robotic Programming Applications, Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Robotic Controllers, and many more. Technologies prepare students for employment in advance manufacturing and for emerging technologies. A robotics technologist applies traditional electro-mechanical skills with knowledge of programming, controls, and networking to mechatronics concepts as related to robotic systems. Individuals in the field of robotics apply logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of approaches to problems, or to alternative solutions for innovations in technology leading to development of new applications and markets for robotics.

Certificate

Electrical Trades Technology - Electromechanical Technology
This program is focused on the requirements of a facilities setting. Students will develop the knowledge and skills to support the maintenance of facility infrastructures, including equipment, buildings, and manufacturing equipment. Graduates may be employed in various electrical-related occupations: Plant Floor Electrician; Equipment Maintenance and Repair; or choose to continue their education.

Electrical Trades Technology - Industrial Electrical
This program is focused on the requirements of an industrial setting. Students will develop the knowledge and skills to enter the skilled trades industry, support three phase electrical systems and industrial processes. Graduates may be employed in various electrical-related occupations: Plant Floor Electrician; Equipment Maintenance and Repair; or choose to continue their education.

Associate of Applied Science

Electrical Trades Technology - Electromechanical Technology
The program is focused on the requirements of a facilities setting. Students will develop the knowledge and skills to support the maintenance of facility infrastructures; equipment, buildings, and manufacturing equipment. Graduates may be employed in various electrical-related occupations: Plant Floor Electrician; Equipment Maintenance and Repair; or choose to continue their education.

Electrical Trades Technology - Industrial Electrical
This program is focused on the requirements of an industrial setting. Students will develop the knowledge and skills to enter the skilled trades industry, support three phase electrical systems and industrial processes. Graduates may be employed in various electrical-related occupations: Plant Floor Electrician; Equipment Maintenance and Repair; or choose to continue their education.

Apprenticeship

Industrial Plant Electrician
Oakland Community College, in cooperation with local industry, offers the required related instruction classes for apprentices from area industrial companies. Upon completion of a defined curriculum, eligible students may apply for degrees or certificates from OCC. Apprentices are trained in occupations that require a wide and diverse range of skills and knowledge. Apprentices learn all the aspects of a trade through day-by-day training on the job, experience under proper supervision combined with technical instruction. After successfully completing their apprenticeships and learning the mechanics of their trade, apprentices become journeypersons and receive a completion certificate issued by the U.S. Department of Labor.

Certificate

Electrical Trades Technology - Electromechanical Technology
This program is focused on the requirements of a facilities setting. Students will develop the knowledge and skills to support the maintenance of facility infrastructures, including equipment, buildings, and manufacturing equipment. Graduates may be employed in various electrical-related occupations: Plant Floor Electrician; Equipment Maintenance and Repair; or choose to continue their education.

Electrical Trades Technology - Industrial Electrical
This program is focused on the requirements of an industrial setting. Students will develop the knowledge and skills to enter the skilled trades industry, support three phase electrical systems and industrial processes. Graduates may be employed in various electrical-related occupations: Plant Floor Electrician; Equipment Maintenance and Repair; or choose to continue their education.

Associate of Applied Science

Electrical Trades Technology - Electromechanical Technology
The program is focused on the requirements of a facilities setting. Students will develop the knowledge and skills to support the maintenance of facility infrastructures; equipment, buildings, and manufacturing equipment. Graduates may be employed in various electrical-related occupations: Plant Floor Electrician; Equipment Maintenance and Repair; or choose to continue their education.

Electrical Trades Technology - Industrial Electrical
This program is focused on the requirements of an industrial setting. Students will develop the knowledge and skills to enter the skilled trades industry, support three phase electrical systems and industrial processes. Graduates may be employed in various electrical-related occupations: Plant Floor Electrician; Equipment Maintenance and Repair; or choose to continue their education.

Certificate

Electrical Trades Technology - Electromechanical Technology
This program is focused on the requirements of a facilities setting. Students will develop the knowledge and skills to support the maintenance of facility infrastructures, including equipment, buildings, and manufacturing equipment. Graduates may be employed in various electrical-related occupations: Plant Floor Electrician; Equipment Maintenance and Repair; or choose to continue their education.

Electrical Trades Technology - Industrial Electrical
This program is focused on the requirements of an industrial setting. Students will develop the knowledge and skills to enter the skilled trades industry, support three phase electrical systems and industrial processes. Graduates may be employed in various electrical-related occupations: Plant Floor Electrician; Equipment Maintenance and Repair; or choose to continue their education.

Associate of Applied Science

Electrical Trades Technology - Electromechanical Technology
The program is focused on the requirements of a facilities setting. Students will develop the knowledge and skills to support the maintenance of facility infrastructures; equipment, buildings, and manufacturing equipment. Graduates may be employed in various electrical-related occupations: Plant Floor Electrician; Equipment Maintenance and Repair; or choose to continue their education.

Electrical Trades Technology - Industrial Electrical
This program is focused on the requirements of an industrial setting. Students will develop the knowledge and skills to enter the skilled trades industry, support three phase electrical systems and industrial processes. Graduates may be employed in various electrical-related occupations: Plant Floor Electrician; Equipment Maintenance and Repair; or choose to continue their education.

Apprenticeship

Millwright
Oakland Community College, in cooperation with local industry, offers the required related instruction classes for apprentices from area industrial companies. Upon completion of a defined curriculum, eligible students may apply for degrees or certificates from OCC. Apprentices are trained in occupations that require a wide and diverse range of skills and knowledge. Apprentices learn all the aspects of a trade through day-by-day training on the job, experience under proper supervision combined with technical instruction. After successfully completing their apprenticeships and learning the mechanics of their trade, apprentices become journeypersons and receive a completion certificate issued by the U.S. Department of Labor.

Apprenticeship

Pipefitter
Oakland Community College, in cooperation with local industry, offers the required related instruction classes for apprentices from area industrial companies. Upon completion of a defined curriculum, eligible students may apply for degrees or certificates from OCC. Apprentices are trained in occupations that require a wide and diverse range of skills and knowledge. Apprentices learn all the aspects of a trade through day-by-day training on the job, experience under proper supervision combined with technical instruction. After successfully completing their apprenticeships and learning the mechanics of their trade, apprentices become journeypersons and receive a completion certificate issued by the U.S. Department of Labor.

Apprenticeship

Tool and Die
Oakland Community College, in cooperation with local industry, offers the required related instruction classes for apprentices from area industrial companies. Upon completion of a defined curriculum, eligible students may apply for degrees or certificates from OCC. Apprentices are trained in occupations that require a wide and diverse range of skills and knowledge. Apprentices learn all the aspects of a trade through day-by-day training on the job, experience under proper supervision combined with technical instruction. After successfully completing their apprenticeships and learning the mechanics of their trade, apprentices become journeypersons and receive a completion certificate issued by the U.S. Department of Labor.

Tool Designer
Oakland Community College, in cooperation with local industry, offers the required related instruction classes for apprentices from area industrial companies. Upon completion of a defined curriculum, eligible students may apply for degrees or certificates from OCC. Apprentices are trained in occupations that require a wide and diverse range of skills and knowledge. Apprentices learn all the aspects of a trade through day-by-day training on the job, experience under proper supervision combined with technical instruction. After successfully completing their apprenticeships and learning the mechanics of their trade, apprentices become journeypersons and receive a completion certificate issued by the U.S. Department of Labor.

Tool Machinist
Oakland Community College, in cooperation with local industry, offers the required related instruction classes for apprentices from area industrial companies. Upon completion of a defined curriculum, eligible students may apply for degrees or certificates from OCC. Apprentices are trained in occupations that require a wide and diverse range of skills and knowledge. Apprentices learn all the aspects of a trade through day-by-day training on the job, experience under proper supervision combined with technical instruction. After successfully completing their apprenticeships and learning the mechanics of their trade, apprentices become journeypersons and receive a completion certificate issued by the U.S. Department of Labor.

Certificate

Welding Technology
This program, leading to a Certificate in Welding, prepares the student to enter the occupation of welder. The program will provide the student with the knowledge and skills needed to gain job entry into a wide variety of welding occupations. Some courses in this program prepare the student for State Certification testing.

Apprenticeship

Welder
Oakland Community College, in cooperation with local industry, offers the required related instruction classes for apprentices from area industrial companies. Upon completion of a defined curriculum, eligible students may apply for degrees or certificates from OCC. Apprentices are trained in occupations that require a wide and diverse range of skills and knowledge. Apprentices learn all the aspects of a trade through day-by-day training on the job, experience under proper supervision combined with technical instruction. After successfully completing their apprenticeships and learning the mechanics of their trade, apprentices become journeypersons and receive a completion certificate issued by the U.S. Department of Labor.

Certificate of Achievement

Robotics/Automated Systems Technology - Programmable Controllers
The Programmable Controllers Certificate of Achievement is intended for individuals who need to enhance their existing related experience in manufacturing technology. This program is designed to prepare students for career opportunities in the robotics and automation fields and provides a background in many areas of technology, e.g. Robotic Programming Applications, Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Robotic Controllers, and many more. Technologies prepare students for employment in advance manufacturing and for emerging technologies. A robotics technologist applies traditional electro-mechanical skills with knowledge of programming, controls, and networking to mechatronics concepts as related to robotic systems. Individuals in the field of robotics apply logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of approaches to problems, or to alternative solutions for innovations in technology leading to development of new applications and markets for robotics.

Certificate

Robotics/Automated Systems Technology
The Robotics/Automated Systems certificate is intended for individuals who have earned a previous degree or have significant work related experience in manufacturing technology. Students without any or limited previous related experience in manufacturing technology are encouraged to enroll in the Robotics/Automated Systems Technology Associate Degree. This program is designed to prepare students for career opportunities in the robotics and automation fields and provides a background in many areas of technology, e.g. Robotic Programming Applications, Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Robotic Controllers, and many more. Technologies prepare students for employment in advance manufacturing and for emerging technologies. A robotics technologist applies traditional electro-mechanical skills with knowledge of programming, controls, and networking to mechatronics concepts as related to robotic systems. Individuals in the field of robotics apply logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of approaches to problems, or to alternative solutions for innovations in technology leading to development of new applications and markets for robotics.

Associate of Applied Science

Robotics/Automated Systems Technology
This program is designed to prepare students for career opportunities in the robotics and automation fields and provides a background in many areas of technology, e.g. Robotic Programming Applications, Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Robotic Controllers, and many more. Technologies prepare students for employment in advance manufacturing and for emerging technologies. A robotics technologist applies traditional electro-mechanical skills with knowledge of programming, controls, and networking to mechatronics concepts as related to robotic systems. Individuals in the field of robotics apply logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of approaches to problems, or to alternative solutions for innovations in technology leading to development of new applications and markets for robotics.

Certificate

Machine Tool Numerical Control Technology
The Machine Tool Numerical Control Technology program is designed to emphasize the concepts of automatically operating machines directly from a computer. Instruction will include programming techniques, computer controls, numerical control (NC) and computer numerical control (CNC) machine tool operations. In addition, the interfacing of automated equipment with computer aided design (CAD) and computer aided manufacturing (CAM) systems will be addressed.

Associate of Applied Science

Machine Tool Numerical Control Technology
The Machine Tool Numerical Control Technology program is designed to emphasize the concepts of automatically operating machines directly from a computer. Instruction will include programming techniques, computer controls, numerical control (NC) and computer numerical control (CNC) machine tool operations. In addition, the interfacing of automated equipment with computer aided design (CAD) and computer aided manufacturing (CAM) systems will be addressed.

Apprenticeship

Die Designer
Oakland Community College, in cooperation with local industry, offers the required related instruction classes for apprentices from area industrial companies. Upon completion of a defined curriculum, eligible students may apply for degrees or certificates from OCC. Apprentices are trained in occupations that require a wide and diverse range of skills and knowledge. Apprentices learn all the aspects of a trade through day-by-day training on the job, experience under proper supervision combined with technical instruction. After successfully completing their apprenticeships and learning the mechanics of their trade, apprentices become journeypersons and receive a completion certificate issued by the U.S. Department of Labor.

Die Maker
Oakland Community College, in cooperation with local industry, offers the required related instruction classes for apprentices from area industrial companies. Upon completion of a defined curriculum, eligible students may apply for degrees or certificates from OCC. Apprentices are trained in occupations that require a wide and diverse range of skills and knowledge. Apprentices learn all the aspects of a trade through day-by-day training on the job, experience under proper supervision combined with technical instruction. After successfully completing their apprenticeships and learning the mechanics of their trade, apprentices become journeypersons and receive a completion certificate issued by the U.S. Department of Labor.

Tool and Die
Oakland Community College, in cooperation with local industry, offers the required related instruction classes for apprentices from area industrial companies. Upon completion of a defined curriculum, eligible students may apply for degrees or certificates from OCC. Apprentices are trained in occupations that require a wide and diverse range of skills and knowledge. Apprentices learn all the aspects of a trade through day-by-day training on the job, experience under proper supervision combined with technical instruction. After successfully completing their apprenticeships and learning the mechanics of their trade, apprentices become journeypersons and receive a completion certificate issued by the U.S. Department of Labor.

Apprenticeship

Tool and Die
Oakland Community College, in cooperation with local industry, offers the required related instruction classes for apprentices from area industrial companies. Upon completion of a defined curriculum, eligible students may apply for degrees or certificates from OCC. Apprentices are trained in occupations that require a wide and diverse range of skills and knowledge. Apprentices learn all the aspects of a trade through day-by-day training on the job, experience under proper supervision combined with technical instruction. After successfully completing their apprenticeships and learning the mechanics of their trade, apprentices become journeypersons and receive a completion certificate issued by the U.S. Department of Labor.

Certificate

Machine Tool Numerical Control Technology
The Machine Tool Numerical Control Technology program is designed to emphasize the concepts of automatically operating machines directly from a computer. Instruction will include programming techniques, computer controls, numerical control (NC) and computer numerical control (CNC) machine tool operations. In addition, the interfacing of automated equipment with computer aided design (CAD) and computer aided manufacturing (CAM) systems will be addressed.

Associate of Applied Science

Machine Tool Numerical Control Technology
The Machine Tool Numerical Control Technology program is designed to emphasize the concepts of automatically operating machines directly from a computer. Instruction will include programming techniques, computer controls, numerical control (NC) and computer numerical control (CNC) machine tool operations. In addition, the interfacing of automated equipment with computer aided design (CAD) and computer aided manufacturing (CAM) systems will be addressed.

Apprenticeship

Machinist
Oakland Community College, in cooperation with local industry, offers the required related instruction classes for apprentices from area industrial companies. Upon completion of a defined curriculum, eligible students may apply for degrees or certificates from OCC. Apprentices are trained in occupations that require a wide and diverse range of skills and knowledge. Apprentices learn all the aspects of a trade through day-by-day training on the job, experience under proper supervision combined with technical instruction. After successfully completing their apprenticeships and learning the mechanics of their trade, apprentices become journeypersons and receive a completion certificate issued by the U.S. Department of Labor.

Certificate

3D Parametric Modeling With SolidWorks
The curriculum is based on developing current skills using SolidWorks drawing/sketching commands to define basic geometry and using parametric, feature-based modeling system to define models, link model files, and use parametric models to generate 2D drawings. In addition, the curriculum develops and reinforces communication, presentation, and computer-usage skills which are highly regarded in the modern work environment.

Certificate

Electrical Systems Technology
The Electrical Systems Technology certificate provides upgrading of skills for those who want to enter the electrical construction or electrical maintenance field. The curriculum is based on the skills required to install, troubleshoot and maintain residential, commercial, and industrial electrical systems.

Industrial Automation
The Industrial Automation certificate provides upgrading of skills for those presently employed in industry as automation, instrument, and electrical technicians. In addition, the certificate is an excellent way to build basic skills for those who want to enter these fields. The curriculum is based on the skills required to troubleshoot and maintain PLC, Instrumentation, and Data Acquisition systems.

Associate of Applied Science

Engineering Technology/Automated Industrial Systems Concentration
The Automated Industrial Systems concentration prepares students for a future in modern manufacturing control systems with courses related to the design, application, and maintenance of industrial process controls, robotics, and automated manufacturing systems. Emphasis is placed on developing knowledge and skills in electrical and electronic circuits, AC and DC motors, robotics, motion control, instrumentation, data acquisition, programmable logic and computer-based controllers, and fluid power applications.

Engineering Technology/Electrical Construction Management Concentration
The Electrical Construction Management concentration is designed to train individuals to function effectively as assistants to general contractors or independently as electrical mechanics and contractors. The concentration prepares electrical workers to run jobs and to translate the engineer’s designs into systems and projects, collect and analyze data, develop design layouts, inspect work, check and repair equipment, and prepare reports for the engineering or construction team.

Engineering Technology/Electrical Engineering Concentration
This program is designed to train individuals to function effectively as assistants to electrical engineers or independently as electrical/electronics technicians. The program prepares electrical engineering technicians to translate the engineer's designs into systems and projects, collect and analyze data, develop design layouts, inspect work, check and repair equipment and prepare reports for the engineering team. This program will qualify the student to enter a baccalaureate engineering program as a junior.

Certificate

Electrical Systems Technology
The Electrical Systems Technology certificate provides upgrading of skills for those who want to enter the electrical construction or electrical maintenance field. The curriculum is based on the skills required to install, troubleshoot and maintain residential, commercial, and industrial electrical systems.

Associate of Applied Science

Engineering Technology/Electrical Construction Management Concentration
The Electrical Construction Management concentration is designed to train individuals to function effectively as assistants to general contractors or independently as electrical mechanics and contractors. The concentration prepares electrical workers to run jobs and to translate the engineer’s designs into systems and projects, collect and analyze data, develop design layouts, inspect work, check and repair equipment, and prepare reports for the engineering or construction team.

Engineering Technology/Electrical Engineering Concentration
This program is designed to train individuals to function effectively as assistants to electrical engineers or independently as electrical/electronics technicians. The program prepares electrical engineering technicians to translate the engineer's designs into systems and projects, collect and analyze data, develop design layouts, inspect work, check and repair equipment and prepare reports for the engineering team. This program will qualify the student to enter a baccalaureate engineering program as a junior.

Certificate

Electronics Technology
The Electronics Technology curriculum provides upgrading of skills for those presently in the electronics and computer related fields or provides basic skills for those who want to enter these fields. The certificate is based on the skills required of an electronics technician including soldering, application of electronic measuring equipment (e.g., oscilloscope and multimeter), electronic circuit simulation software, DC/AC circuit principles, computer hardware, analog devices, and digital devices. In addition, the students will learn basic troubleshooting skills applied to electronic systems. Students are encouraged to pursue A+ certification or CET certification upon completion of this program.

Associate of Applied Science

Engineering Technology/Automated Industrial Systems Concentration
The Automated Industrial Systems concentration prepares students for a future in modern manufacturing control systems with courses related to the design, application, and maintenance of industrial process controls, robotics, and automated manufacturing systems. Emphasis is placed on developing knowledge and skills in electrical and electronic circuits, AC and DC motors, robotics, motion control, instrumentation, data acquisition, programmable logic and computer-based controllers, and fluid power applications.

Engineering Technology/Electrical Construction Management Concentration
The Electrical Construction Management concentration is designed to train individuals to function effectively as assistants to general contractors or independently as electrical mechanics and contractors. The concentration prepares electrical workers to run jobs and to translate the engineer’s designs into systems and projects, collect and analyze data, develop design layouts, inspect work, check and repair equipment, and prepare reports for the engineering or construction team.

Engineering Technology/Electrical Engineering Concentration
This program is designed to train individuals to function effectively as assistants to electrical engineers or independently as electrical/electronics technicians. The program prepares electrical engineering technicians to translate the engineer's designs into systems and projects, collect and analyze data, develop design layouts, inspect work, check and repair equipment and prepare reports for the engineering team. This program will qualify the student to enter a baccalaureate engineering program as a junior.

Engineering Technology/Industrial Maintenance Concentration
The Industrial Maintenance Concentration prepares students for careers in large manufacturing companies as multicraft, industrial machinery maintenance and repair technicians. The concentration integrates electrical and mechanical elements, including print reading, computers, machine shop practices, fluid power applications, mechanical power transmission, preventive maintenance, industrial electricity and electronics fundamentals, AC and DC motors, robotics and motion controls, and programmable logic controllers (PLCs).

Engineering Technology/Manufacturing Concentration
The Manufacturing Concentration prepares students for challenging careers in computer-assisted methods of manufacturing. Areas of emphasis include manufacturing processes, machine shop practices, computer-based component programming, CNC machining (milling and turning), computer-aided drafting and design, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, and computer-assisted measuring (CMM).

Certificate

Industrial Maintenance Technology
The Industrial Maintenance Technology curriculum provides upgrading of skills for those presently in the manufacturing field or basic skills for those who want to enter the field. The certificate is based on developing preventive and predictive skills in the following areas: print reading, applied mathematics, hydraulics, pneumatics, power trains, mechanisms, electronics, and PLCs.

Associate of Applied Science

Engineering Technology/Industrial Maintenance Concentration
The Industrial Maintenance Concentration prepares students for careers in large manufacturing companies as multicraft, industrial machinery maintenance and repair technicians. The concentration integrates electrical and mechanical elements, including print reading, computers, machine shop practices, fluid power applications, mechanical power transmission, preventive maintenance, industrial electricity and electronics fundamentals, AC and DC motors, robotics and motion controls, and programmable logic controllers (PLCs).

Engineering Technology/Manufacturing Concentration
The Manufacturing Concentration prepares students for challenging careers in computer-assisted methods of manufacturing. Areas of emphasis include manufacturing processes, machine shop practices, computer-based component programming, CNC machining (milling and turning), computer-aided drafting and design, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, and computer-assisted measuring (CMM).

Engineering Technology/Mechanical Engineering Concentration
The "traditional" Mechanical Engineering Concentration offers students a broad spectrum of knowledge and skills related to mechanical component and system design. Areas of emphasis include materials, material testing, machine shop practices, manufacturing processes, fluid mechanics with power applications, applied mechanics, electrical fundamentals and computer-aided drafting and design.

Associate of Applied Science

Engineering Technology/Industrial Maintenance Concentration
The Industrial Maintenance Concentration prepares students for careers in large manufacturing companies as multicraft, industrial machinery maintenance and repair technicians. The concentration integrates electrical and mechanical elements, including print reading, computers, machine shop practices, fluid power applications, mechanical power transmission, preventive maintenance, industrial electricity and electronics fundamentals, AC and DC motors, robotics and motion controls, and programmable logic controllers (PLCs).

Engineering Technology/Manufacturing Concentration
The Manufacturing Concentration prepares students for challenging careers in computer-assisted methods of manufacturing. Areas of emphasis include manufacturing processes, machine shop practices, computer-based component programming, CNC machining (milling and turning), computer-aided drafting and design, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, and computer-assisted measuring (CMM).

Engineering Technology/Mechanical Engineering Concentration
The "traditional" Mechanical Engineering Concentration offers students a broad spectrum of knowledge and skills related to mechanical component and system design. Areas of emphasis include materials, material testing, machine shop practices, manufacturing processes, fluid mechanics with power applications, applied mechanics, electrical fundamentals and computer-aided drafting and design.

Associate of Applied Science

Certificate

Industrial Automation
The Industrial Automation certificate provides upgrading of skills for those presently employed in industry as automation, instrument, and electrical technicians. In addition, the certificate is an excellent way to build basic skills for those who want to enter these fields. The curriculum is based on the skills required to troubleshoot and maintain PLC, Instrumentation, and Data Acquisition systems.

Associate of Applied Science

Engineering Technology/Automated Industrial Systems Concentration
The Automated Industrial Systems concentration prepares students for a future in modern manufacturing control systems with courses related to the design, application, and maintenance of industrial process controls, robotics, and automated manufacturing systems. Emphasis is placed on developing knowledge and skills in electrical and electronic circuits, AC and DC motors, robotics, motion control, instrumentation, data acquisition, programmable logic and computer-based controllers, and fluid power applications.

Engineering Technology/Electrical Construction Management Concentration
The Electrical Construction Management concentration is designed to train individuals to function effectively as assistants to general contractors or independently as electrical mechanics and contractors. The concentration prepares electrical workers to run jobs and to translate the engineer’s designs into systems and projects, collect and analyze data, develop design layouts, inspect work, check and repair equipment, and prepare reports for the engineering or construction team.

Engineering Technology/Electrical Engineering Concentration
This program is designed to train individuals to function effectively as assistants to electrical engineers or independently as electrical/electronics technicians. The program prepares electrical engineering technicians to translate the engineer's designs into systems and projects, collect and analyze data, develop design layouts, inspect work, check and repair equipment and prepare reports for the engineering team. This program will qualify the student to enter a baccalaureate engineering program as a junior.

Engineering Technology/Industrial Maintenance Concentration
The Industrial Maintenance Concentration prepares students for careers in large manufacturing companies as multicraft, industrial machinery maintenance and repair technicians. The concentration integrates electrical and mechanical elements, including print reading, computers, machine shop practices, fluid power applications, mechanical power transmission, preventive maintenance, industrial electricity and electronics fundamentals, AC and DC motors, robotics and motion controls, and programmable logic controllers (PLCs).

Engineering Technology/Manufacturing Concentration
The Manufacturing Concentration prepares students for challenging careers in computer-assisted methods of manufacturing. Areas of emphasis include manufacturing processes, machine shop practices, computer-based component programming, CNC machining (milling and turning), computer-aided drafting and design, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, and computer-assisted measuring (CMM).

Engineering Technology/Mechanical Engineering Concentration
The "traditional" Mechanical Engineering Concentration offers students a broad spectrum of knowledge and skills related to mechanical component and system design. Areas of emphasis include materials, material testing, machine shop practices, manufacturing processes, fluid mechanics with power applications, applied mechanics, electrical fundamentals and computer-aided drafting and design.

Certificate

Computer-Aided Manufacturing
In the ever-changing field of manufacturing, Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM) refers to both subtractive manufacturing and additive manufacturing. Subtractive and additive methods form the basis for advanced manufacturing practices. The CAM certificate is based on developing machining and programming skills in the following areas: applied mathematics, technical drawing, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, CNC milling, CNC turning and solids modeling. In addition, courses develop and reinforce communication and computer-usage skills which are in high demand in the modern work environment.

Certificate

Additive Manufacturing
The curriculum addresses emerging Additive Manufacturing practices commonly known as Rapid Prototyping or 3-D printing which has become more prevalent in local industry. Additive manufacturing practices replace or compliment traditional machining/manufacturing practices known as subtractive manufacturing. While based on the traditional study of advanced manufacturing, this certificate helps students obtain a specialization in this revolutionary manufacturing process and gain a competitive edge in the marketplace.

Computer-Aided Manufacturing
In the ever-changing field of manufacturing, Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM) refers to both subtractive manufacturing and additive manufacturing. Subtractive and additive methods form the basis for advanced manufacturing practices. The CAM certificate is based on developing machining and programming skills in the following areas: applied mathematics, technical drawing, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, CNC milling, CNC turning and solids modeling. In addition, courses develop and reinforce communication and computer-usage skills which are in high demand in the modern work environment.

Associate of Applied Science

Design Engineering Technology
This program prepares students to enter the job market as Design Engineering Technicians. Design Engineering Technicians prepare detailed drawings based on rough sketches, specifications and calculations made by engineers and designers. They also calculate the strength, quality, quantity and cost of materials. Final drawings contain detailed views of the ob- ject as well as specifications for materials used, procedures followed and other information to implement the job. They are also capable of working with computer-assisted drawings and preparing graphic display materials such as charts, graphs, maps and rendered illustrations.

Certificate

Microcontrollers
This certificate program is meant for individuals enrolled in a degree program, have industry experience, or who have already received a credential in this field. It expands on microcontroller technologies used in highly automated manufacturing environments.

Programmable Logic Controllers
This certificate program is meant for individuals enrolled in a degree program, have industry experience, or who have already received a credential in this field. It expands on PLC technologies, preparing students to work in a highly-automated manufacturing environment.

Troubleshooting
This certificate program is meant for individuals enrolled in a degree program, have industry experience, or who have already received a credential in this field. It provides students with key skills used in troubleshooting complex manufacturing machines and equipment.

Associate of Applied Science

Advanced Manufacturing Technology
The Advanced Manufacturing Technology Program offers students the opportunity to build a career maintaining integrated manufacturing systems found in advanced manufacturing. The program leads students through a mechatronics approach to maintaining and troubleshoot- ing highly-automated, complex manufacturing systems that include programmable logic controllers, robots, various types of drives, sensors, photoeyes, and electrohy- draulics and electropneumatics. Graduates will be able to work as Maintenance Technicians in most manufacturing settings.

Electronic Engineering Technology
This program encompasses the study of electronic engineering technologies. Electronic engineering technicians use state of the art measuring and diagnostic equipment. Technicians will learn to design, build and troubleshoot electronic circuits of their own. Students begin by analyzing basic series and parallel DC and AC circuits and progress through amplifiers and integrated circuits. The electronics program also includes digital logic, microprocessor studies, and Programmable Controllers. These devices monitor and control various processes automatically.

Manufacturing Engineering Technology
The application of flexible manufacturing systems concepts to the totally automated factory will require technicians who are able to function in the world of robots, computerized numerical controlled machines, computer‑aided drafting and design, automated warehousing systems and the total flexible manufacturing network. Manufacturing Engineering Technology, offered under the Mechanical Engineering Technology program, is designed specifically to give students preparation for technician‑level employment in the fields of robotics, automated systems, and associated areas under the broad umbrella of flexible manufacturing systems (FMS). The major derives its curriculum content from a combination of course offerings from the Electronic Engineering Technology and the Mechanical Technology programs, with inclusion of four FMS technical studies courses, maintaining the same general studies and related studies currently required by those majors.

Associate of Applied Science

Electronic Engineering Technology
This program encompasses the study of electronic engineering technologies. Electronic engineering technicians use state of the art measuring and diagnostic equipment. Technicians will learn to design, build and troubleshoot electronic circuits of their own. Students begin by analyzing basic series and parallel DC and AC circuits and progress through amplifiers and integrated circuits. The electronics program also includes digital logic, microprocessor studies, and Programmable Controllers. These devices monitor and control various processes automatically.

Associate of Applied Science

Advanced Manufacturing Technology
The Advanced Manufacturing Technology Program offers students the opportunity to build a career maintaining integrated manufacturing systems found in advanced manufacturing. The program leads students through a mechatronics approach to maintaining and troubleshoot- ing highly-automated, complex manufacturing systems that include programmable logic controllers, robots, various types of drives, sensors, photoeyes, and electrohy- draulics and electropneumatics. Graduates will be able to work as Maintenance Technicians in most manufacturing settings.

Electronic Engineering Technology
This program encompasses the study of electronic engineering technologies. Electronic engineering technicians use state of the art measuring and diagnostic equipment. Technicians will learn to design, build and troubleshoot electronic circuits of their own. Students begin by analyzing basic series and parallel DC and AC circuits and progress through amplifiers and integrated circuits. The electronics program also includes digital logic, microprocessor studies, and Programmable Controllers. These devices monitor and control various processes automatically.

Manufacturing Engineering Technology
The application of flexible manufacturing systems concepts to the totally automated factory will require technicians who are able to function in the world of robots, computerized numerical controlled machines, computer‑aided drafting and design, automated warehousing systems and the total flexible manufacturing network. Manufacturing Engineering Technology, offered under the Mechanical Engineering Technology program, is designed specifically to give students preparation for technician‑level employment in the fields of robotics, automated systems, and associated areas under the broad umbrella of flexible manufacturing systems (FMS). The major derives its curriculum content from a combination of course offerings from the Electronic Engineering Technology and the Mechanical Technology programs, with inclusion of four FMS technical studies courses, maintaining the same general studies and related studies currently required by those majors.

Certificate

Minor Maintenance
This certificate provides fundamental information about various manufacturing technologies preparing them to do minor maintenance on machines and equipment in manufacturing plants.

One Year Maintenance Certificate
This certificate builds on the Minor Maintenance certificate to provide students with a more in depth understanding of various manufacturing technologies, preparing them to work as maintenance technicians within a manufacturing environment.

Troubleshooting
This certificate program is meant for individuals enrolled in a degree program, have industry experience, or who have already received a credential in this field. It provides students with key skills used in troubleshooting complex manufacturing machines and equipment.

Associate of Applied Science

Advanced Manufacturing Technology
The Advanced Manufacturing Technology Program offers students the opportunity to build a career maintaining integrated manufacturing systems found in advanced manufacturing. The program leads students through a mechatronics approach to maintaining and troubleshoot- ing highly-automated, complex manufacturing systems that include programmable logic controllers, robots, various types of drives, sensors, photoeyes, and electrohy- draulics and electropneumatics. Graduates will be able to work as Maintenance Technicians in most manufacturing settings.

Manufacturing Engineering Technology
The application of flexible manufacturing systems concepts to the totally automated factory will require technicians who are able to function in the world of robots, computerized numerical controlled machines, computer‑aided drafting and design, automated warehousing systems and the total flexible manufacturing network. Manufacturing Engineering Technology, offered under the Mechanical Engineering Technology program, is designed specifically to give students preparation for technician‑level employment in the fields of robotics, automated systems, and associated areas under the broad umbrella of flexible manufacturing systems (FMS).

Mechanical Engineering Technology
Mechanical engineering technicians help engineers design, develop, test and manufacture machinery, industrial robotics and other equipment. Students in this major not only study the fundamentals, but also participate in opportunities to construct actual working product models for which they then test, record and analyze collected data. The MET curriculum provides a head start to becoming a quality mechanical engineering technician. Students will learn how to make sketches and rough layouts, record data, tabulate calculations, analyze results and write informative reports.

Certificate

Minor Maintenance
This certificate provides fundamental information about various manufacturing technologies that are used in making performing minor maintenance on machines and equipment in manufacturing plants.

One Year Maintenance Certificate
This certificate builds on the Minor Maintenance certificate to provide students with a more in depth understanding of various manufacturing technologies, preparing them to work as maintenance technicians within a manufacturing environment.

Troubleshooting
This certificate program is meant for individuals enrolled in a degree program, have industry experience, or who have already received a credential in this field. It provides students with key skills used in troubleshooting complex manufacturing machines and equipment.

Associate of Applied Science

Advanced Manufacturing Technology
The Advanced Manufacturing Technology Program offers students the opportunity to build a career maintaining integrated manufacturing systems found in advanced manufacturing. The program leads students through a mechatronics approach to maintaining and troubleshoot- ing highly-automated, complex manufacturing systems that include programmable logic controllers, robots, various types of drives, sensors, photoeyes, and electrohy- draulics and electropneumatics. Graduates will be able to work as Maintenance Technicians in most manufacturing settings.

Manufacturing Engineering Technology
The application of flexible manufacturing systems concepts to the totally automated factory will require technicians who are able to function in the world of robots, computerized numerical controlled machines, computer‑aided drafting and design, automated warehousing systems and the total flexible manufacturing network. Manufacturing Engineering Technology, offered under the Mechanical Engineering Technology program, is designed specifically to give students preparation for technician‑level employment in the fields of robotics, automated systems, and associated areas under the broad umbrella of flexible manufacturing systems (FMS).

Mechanical Engineering Technology
Mechanical engineering technicians help engineers design, develop, test and manufacture machinery, industrial robotics and other equipment. Students in this major not only study the fundamentals, but also participate in opportunities to construct actual working product models for which they then test, record and analyze collected data. The MET curriculum provides a head start to becoming a quality mechanical engineering technician. Students will learn how to make sketches and rough layouts, record data, tabulate calculations, analyze results and write informative reports.

Associate of Applied Science

Advanced Manufacturing Technology
The Advanced Manufacturing Technology Program offers students the opportunity to build a career maintaining integrated manufacturing systems found in advanced manufacturing. The program leads students through a mechatronics approach to maintaining and troubleshoot- ing highly-automated, complex manufacturing systems that include programmable logic controllers, robots, various types of drives, sensors, photoeyes, and electrohy- draulics and electropneumatics. Graduates will be able to work as Maintenance Technicians in most manufacturing settings.

Certificate

Microcontrollers
This certificate program is meant for individuals enrolled in a degree program, have industry experience, or who have already received a credential in this field. It expands on microcontroller technologies used in highly automated manufacturing environments.

Minor Maintenance
This certificate provides fundamental information about various manufacturing technologies that are used in making performing minor maintenance on machines and equipment in manufacturing plants.

One Year Maintenance Certificate
This certificate builds on the Minor Maintenance certificate to provide students with a more in depth understanding of various manufacturing technologies, preparing them to work as maintenance technicians within a manufacturing environment.

Programmable Logic Controllers
This certificate program is meant for individuals enrolled in a degree program, have industry experience, or who have already received a credential in this field. It expands on PLC technologies, preparing students to work in a highly-automated manufacturing environment

Troubleshooting
This certificate program is meant for individuals enrolled in a degree program, have industry experience, or who have already received a credential in this field. It provides students with key skills used in troubleshooting complex manufacturing machines and equipment.

Associate of Applied Science

Advanced Manufacturing Technology
The Advanced Manufacturing Technology Program offers students the opportunity to build a career maintaining integrated manufacturing systems found in advanced manufacturing. The program leads students through a mechatronics approach to maintaining and troubleshoot- ing highly-automated, complex manufacturing systems that include programmable logic controllers, robots, various types of drives, sensors, photoeyes, and electrohy- draulics and electropneumatics. Graduates will be able to work as Maintenance Technicians in most manufacturing settings.

Electronic Engineering Technology
This program encompasses the study of electronic engineering technologies. Electronic engineering technicians use state of the art measuring and diagnostic equipment. Technicians will learn to design, build and troubleshoot electronic circuits of their own. Students begin by analyzing basic series and parallel DC and AC circuits and progress through amplifiers and integrated circuits. The electronics program also includes digital logic, microprocessor studies, and Programmable Controllers. These devices monitor and control various processes automatically.

Manufacturing Engineering Technology
The application of flexible manufacturing systems concepts to the totally automated factory will require technicians who are able to function in the world of robots, computerized numerical controlled machines, computer‑aided drafting and design, automated warehousing systems and the total flexible manufacturing network. Manufacturing Engineering Technology, offered under the Mechanical Engineering Technology program, is designed specifically to give students preparation for technician‑level employment in the fields of robotics, automated systems, and associated areas under the broad umbrella of flexible manufacturing systems (FMS).

Mechanical Engineering Technology
Mechanical engineering technicians help engineers design, develop, test and manufacture machinery, industrial robotics and other equipment. Students in this major not only study the fundamentals, but also participate in opportunities to construct actual working product models for which they then test, record and analyze collected data. The MET curriculum provides a head start to becoming a quality mechanical engineering technician. Students will learn how to make sketches and rough layouts, record data, tabulate calculations, analyze results and write informative reports.

Certificate

Computer Numerical Control
This program provides students with fundamental knowledge of Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) machining and prepares them for further education in the field, or for entry level CNC Operator positions.

Certificate

Computer Numerical Control
This program provides students with fundamental knowledge of Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) machining and prepares them for further education in the field, or for entry level CNC Operator positions.

Certificate

Associate of Applied Science

Manufacturing Engineering Technology
Today’s manufacturing is impacted by global competition forcing the need to accelerate product design and development. Graduates of this program are prepared for interdisciplinary careers in high-tech manufacturing and industrial technology. The areas of emphasis are modern design methods, production, and continuous improvement techniques.

Associate of Applied Science

Electronic Engineering Technology
Graduates of the Electronic Engineering Technology (EET) Program have the necessary skills to use electronic test equipment to make measurements, understand electrical schematics and blueprints, analyze electronic circuits and understand fundamental design concepts, relate the principles of electrical circuits to hydraulic circuits and pneumatics. The graduates are ready to support manufacturing, design test equipment, produce and test products, and to assist in product development.

Apprenticeship

Electrician Apprenticeship Certificate
The Electrician Apprentice (ELC) Program consists of a series of technical core courses covering the required classroom-related instruction for people who wish to become journeyman electrical workers. The program requires a minimum of 800 hours of related instruction and 8,000 hours of on-the-job training.

Apprenticeship

Electrician Apprentice
The Electrician Apprentice (ELC) Program consists of a series of technical core courses covering the required classroom-related instruction for people who wish to become journeyman electrical workers. The program requires a minimum of 800 hours of related instruction and 8,000 hours of on-the-job training. Those who successfully complete the Electrician Apprentice Program are employed as residential or commercial wiremen, linemen, and/or advanced journeypersons.

Electrician Apprenticeship Certificate
The Electrician Apprentice (ELC) Program consists of a series of technical core courses covering the required classroom-related instruction for people who wish to become journeyman electrical workers. The program requires a minimum of 800 hours of related instruction and 8,000 hours of on-the-job training.

Certificate

Associate of Applied Science

Electronic Engineering Technology
Graduates of the Electronic Engineering Technology (EET) Program have the necessary skills to use electronic test equipment to make measurements, understand electrical schematics and blueprints, analyze electronic circuits and understand fundamental design concepts, relate the principles of electrical circuits to hydraulic circuits and pneumatics. The graduates are ready to support manufacturing, design test equipment, produce and test products, and to assist in product development.

Certificate

Fluid Power Technology
Graduates of this three-credit certificate program are prepared in the basic areas of hydraulics and pneumatics technology. Fluid power technicians are adept in the operation, maintenance, repair, and testing of fluid power equipment or components in factory settings.

Associate of Applied Science

Manufacturing Engineering Technology
Today’s manufacturing is impacted by global competition forcing the need to accelerate product design and development. Graduates of this program are prepared for interdisciplinary careers in high-tech manufacturing and industrial technology. The areas of emphasis are modern design methods, production, and continuous improvement techniques.

Certificate

Fluid Power Technology
Graduates of this three-credit certificate program are prepared in the basic areas of hydraulics and pneumatics technology. Fluid power technicians are adept in the operation, maintenance, repair, and testing of fluid power equipment or components in factory settings.

Associate of Applied Science

Manufacturing Engineering Technology
Today’s manufacturing is impacted by global competition forcing the need to accelerate product design and development. Graduates of this program are prepared for interdisciplinary careers in high-tech manufacturing and industrial technology. The areas of emphasis are modern design methods, production, and continuous improvement techniques.

Apprenticeship

Tool & Die/Precision Machinist Apprenticeship
The tool and die maker/precision machinist apprentice makes the devices used by machinists for mass-produced parts. Tool and die makers are among the most skilled of all machinery workers. Apprentices learn to make the gauges and measuring devices in manufacturing precision metal parts. They are also taught to construct metal forms used to shape metal stamping and forging operations.

Certificate

Assembly Line Welder
The Assembly Line Welder Certificate will provide students with instruction in each of the most common welding processes currently used in the industry (e.g., Arc/Stick, Shielded Metal Arc Welding; MIG, metal inert gas; TIG, tungsten inert gas; and Oxyfuel, gas welding and cutting), as well as instruction in welding safety. Students who complete the certificate will be prepared for entry level positions within the manufacturing industry as an assembly line welder.

Welding
Graduates are adept in the various welding types, including gas, shielded metal arc (STICK), metal inert gas (MIG), flux core, and tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding. Welding certification can be acquired in one or more welding processes.

Certificate

Associate of Applied Science

Electronic Engineering Technology
Graduates of the Electronic Engineering Technology (EET) Program have the necessary skills to use electronic test equipment to make measurements, understand electrical schematics and blueprints, analyze electronic circuits and understand fundamental design concepts, relate the principles of electrical circuits to hydraulic circuits and pneumatics. The graduates are ready to support manufacturing, design test equipment, produce and test products, and to assist in product development.

Manufacturing Engineering Technology
Today’s manufacturing is impacted by global competition forcing the need to accelerate product design and development. Graduates of this program are prepared for interdisciplinary careers in high-tech manufacturing and industrial technology. The areas of emphasis are modern design methods, production, and continuous improvement techniques.

Certificate

CNC

Associate of Applied Science

Manufacturing Engineering Technology
Today’s manufacturing is impacted by global competition forcing the need to accelerate product design and development. Graduates of this program are prepared for interdisciplinary careers in high-tech manufacturing and industrial technology. The areas of emphasis are modern design methods, production, and continuous improvement techniques.

Apprenticeship

Tool & Die/Precision Machinist Apprenticeship
The tool and die maker/precision machinist apprentice makes the devices used by machinists for mass-produced parts. Tool and die makers are among the most skilled of all machinery workers. Apprentices learn to make the gauges and measuring devices in manufacturing precision metal parts. They are also taught to construct metal forms used to shape metal stamping and forging operations.

Apprenticeship

Tool & Die/Precision Machinist Apprenticeship
The tool and die maker/precision machinist apprentice makes the devices used by machinists for mass-produced parts. Tool and die makers are among the most skilled of all machinery workers. Apprentices learn to make the gauges and measuring devices in manufacturing precision metal parts. They are also taught to construct metal forms used to shape metal stamping and forging operations.

Apprenticeship

Tool & Die/Precision Machinist Apprenticeship
The tool and die maker/precision machinist apprentice makes the devices used by machinists for mass-produced parts. Tool and die makers are among the most skilled of all machinery workers. Apprentices learn to make the gauges and measuring devices in manufacturing precision metal parts. They are also taught to construct metal forms used to shape metal stamping and forging operations.

Apprenticeship

Tool & Die/Precision Machinist Apprenticeship
The tool and die maker/precision machinist apprentice makes the devices used by machinists for mass-produced parts. Tool and die makers are among the most skilled of all machinery workers. Apprentices learn to make the gauges and measuring devices in manufacturing precision metal parts. They are also taught to construct metal forms used to shape metal stamping and forging operations.

Certificate

Computer Aided Drafting
Computer aided drafting students learn the basic skills in architectural and mechanical drafting using computer driven drafting and design systems.

Certificate

Industrial Electricity
Industrial electricity students study electrical theory. They also learn electrical and electronic circuits, motor controls and programmable logic controller fundamentals.

Mechatronics Technology II
This certificate further develops the skills of students who have completed the Mechatronics Technology I certificate, as well as advanced students already working in industry. The course is designed to prepare students for systematic approach to analysis and troubleshooting on advanced automated equipment and machinery, combining electronic, mechanical, robotics and control system technology found in modern manufacturing facilities.

Associate of Applied Science

Automated Manufacturing Technology
Automated manufacturing technology students learn to maintain, install, operate and service all types of automated systems, including robotic work cells. They study electrical and electronic theory and computer, mechanical and robotic fundamentals.

Industrial Electricity
Students will complete a primary technical specialty in Industrial Electricity and a secondary specialty specific to their educational and career goals. Students gain experience constructing electrical circuits, using test equipment, operating motor controllers and working with programmable controllers.

Industrial Electronics Technology
Industrial electronics technology students study electrical and electronic theory. They learn to repair, install and maintain all types of electrical and electronic equipment used in industry.

Mechatronics
This degree further develops the skills of students who have completed the Mechatronics Technology I and II certificates, as well as advanced students already working in industry. The course is designed to prepare students for system approach to analysis and troubleshooting on advanced automated equipment and machinery, combining electronic, mechanical, robotics and control system technology found in modern manufacturing facilities.

Certificate

Industrial Electricity
Industrial electricity students study electrical theory. They also learn electrical and electronic circuits, motor controls and programmable logic controller fundamentals.

Associate of Applied Science

Industrial Electricity
Students will complete a primary technical specialty in Industrial Electricity and a secondary specialty specific to their educational and career goals. Students gain experience constructing electrical circuits, using test equipment, operating motor controllers and working with programmable controllers.

Certificate

Industrial Electricity
Industrial electricity students study electrical theory. They also learn electrical and electronic circuits, motor controls and programmable logic controller fundamentals.

Associate of Applied Science

Automated Manufacturing Technology
Automated manufacturing technology students learn to maintain, install, operate and service all types of automated systems, including robotic work cells. They study electrical and electronic theory and computer, mechanical and robotic fundamentals.

Electronics Engineering Technology
Electronics Engineering Technology students gain skills necessary to assist engineers in designing, building, installing and testing electronic, computer, power and telecommunication equipment. They also develop skills in computer architecture, software development, programming applications and computer networking.

Electronics Engineering, Electro Mechanical
This program combines electricity, electronics, instrumentation, process control and mechanical applications to provide students with a firm foundation in the electromechanical and related technical disciplines that will develop a student's well rounded technological skills and problem solving abilities. Graduates will be well qualified as an entry level multi-skilled engineering technologist.

Industrial Electricity
Students will complete a primary technical specialty in Industrial Electricity and a secondary specialty specific to their educational and career goals. Students gain experience constructing electrical circuits, using test equipment, operating motor controllers and working with programmable controllers.

Industrial Electronics Technology
Industrial electronics technology students study electrical and electronic theory. They learn to repair, install and maintain all types of electrical and electronic equipment used in industry.

Certificate

Industrial Electricity
Industrial electricity students study electrical theory. They also learn electrical and electronic circuits, motor controls and programmable logic controller fundamentals.

Mechatronics Technology I
Mechatronics Technology is a new, interdisciplinary field involving control systems, electronic systems, computer networks, and mechanical systems that integrates product design and automated manufacturing processes.

Mechatronics Technology II
This certificate further develops the skills of students who have completed the Mechatronics Technology I certificate, as well as advanced students already working in industry. The course is designed to prepare students for systematic approach to analysis and troubleshooting on advanced automated equipment and machinery, combining electronic, mechanical, robotics and control system technology found in modern manufacturing facilities.

Production Associate Technology I
This program is designed for students who wish to pursue careers in automotive-related and other advanced manufacturing companies.

Production Associate Technology II
This program is designed for students who wish to pursue careers in automotive-related and other advanced manufacturing companies. This certificate provides students with advanced knowledge of manufacturing production processes, equipment, design, and operation.

Associate of Applied Science

Automated Manufacturing Technology
Automated manufacturing technology students learn to maintain, install, operate and service all types of automated systems, including robotic work cells. They study electrical and electronic theory and computer, mechanical and robotic fundamentals.

Industrial Electricity
Students will complete a primary technical specialty in Industrial Electricity and a secondary specialty specific to their educational and career goals. Students gain experience constructing electrical circuits, using test equipment, operating motor controllers and working with programmable controllers.

Industrial Repair Technology
The Industrial Repair Technology Program is designed to prepare students for employment in the industrial maintenance field. This program includes theory and skill training in basic electricity, industrial computers, mechanical systems, preventive maintenance and installation.

Industrial Repair Technology
The Industrial Repair Technology Program is designed to prepare students for employment in the industrial maintenance field. This program includes theory and skill training in basic electricity, industrial computers, mechanical systems, preventive maintenance and installation.

Mechatronics
This degree further develops the skills of students who have completed the Mechatronics Technology I and II certificates, as well as advanced students already working in industry. The course is designed to prepare students for system approach to analysis and troubleshooting on advanced automated equipment and machinery, combining electronic, mechanical, robotics and control system technology found in modern manufacturing facilities.

Production Associate Technology
This program is designed for students who wish to pursue careers in automotive-related and other advanced manufacturing companies. The degree provides students with a comprehensive knowledge of advanced manufacturing production processes, equipment, design, and operation.

Certificate

Industrial Repair Technology
The Industrial Repair Technology Program is designed to prepare students for employment in the industrial maintenance field. This program includes theory and skill training in basic electricity, industrial computers, mechanical systems, preventive maintenance and installation.

Mechatronics Technology I
Mechatronics Technology is a new, interdisciplinary field involving control systems, electronic systems, computer networks, and mechanical systems that integrates product design and automated manufacturing processes.

Mechatronics Technology II
This certificate further develops the skills of students who have completed the Mechatronics Technology I certificate, as well as advanced students already working in industry. The course is designed to prepare students for systematic approach to analysis and troubleshooting on advanced automated equipment and machinery, combining electronic, mechanical, robotics and control system technology found in modern manufacturing facilities.

Associate of Applied Science

General Engineering Technology
Students will major in Engineering Technology and minor in a secondary specialty specific to their educational and career goals.

Industrial Repair Technology
The Industrial Repair Technology Program is designed to prepare students for employment in the industrial maintenance field. This program includes theory and skill training in basic electricity, industrial computers, mechanical systems, preventive maintenance and installation.

Mechatronics
This degree further develops the skills of students who have completed the Mechatronics Technology I and II certificates, as well as advanced students already working in industry. The course is designed to prepare students for system approach to analysis and troubleshooting on advanced automated equipment and machinery, combining electronic, mechanical, robotics and control system technology found in modern manufacturing facilities.

Certificate

Welding
Welding students acquire skills in safety and gas, electric arc, MIG and TIG welding.

Associate of Applied Science

Welding
Students will major in Welding and minor in a secondary specialty specific to their educational and career goals.

Certificate

Industrial Electricity
Industrial electricity students study electrical theory. They also learn electrical and electronic circuits, motor controls and programmable logic controller fundamentals.

Industrial Repair Technology
The Industrial Repair Technology Program is designed to prepare students for employment in the industrial maintenance field. This program includes theory and skill training in basic electricity, industrial computers, mechanical systems, preventive maintenance and installation.

Mechatronics Technology I
Mechatronics Technology is a new, interdisciplinary field involving control systems, electronic systems, computer networks, and mechanical systems that integrates product design and automated manufacturing processes.

Mechatronics Technology II
This certificate further develops the skills of students who have completed the Mechatronics Technology I certificate, as well as advanced students already working in industry. The course is designed to prepare students for systematic approach to analysis and troubleshooting on advanced automated equipment and machinery, combining electronic, mechanical, robotics and control system technology found in modern manufacturing facilities.

Associate of Applied Science

Automated Manufacturing Technology
Automated manufacturing technology students learn to maintain, install, operate and service all types of automated systems, including robotic work cells. They study electrical and electronic theory and computer, mechanical and robotic fundamentals.

General Engineering Technology
Students will major in Engineering Technology and minor in a secondary specialty specific to their educational and career goals.

Industrial Electricity
Students will complete a primary technical specialty in Industrial Electricity and a secondary specialty specific to their educational and career goals. Students gain experience constructing electrical circuits, using test equipment, operating motor controllers and working with programmable controllers.

Industrial Repair Technology
The Industrial Repair Technology Program is designed to prepare students for employment in the industrial maintenance field. This program includes theory and skill training in basic electricity, industrial computers, mechanical systems, preventive maintenance and installation.

Mechatronics
This degree further develops the skills of students who have completed the Mechatronics Technology I and II certificates, as well as advanced students already working in industry. The course is designed to prepare students for system approach to analysis and troubleshooting on advanced automated equipment and machinery, combining electronic, mechanical, robotics and control system technology found in modern manufacturing facilities.

Certificate

Advanced CNC
This one-semester certificate machine tool technology program provides students with advanced programming skills for CNC (computer numerical control) machining centers. Equipment includes multi-axis machining and turning centers, CAD/CAM work stations, reverse engineering and rapid prototyping of parts.

Automated CNC
This two-semester certificate program provides students with automated programming skills for CNC machining centers plus related experience in automation and basic robotics. Equipment includes multi-axis machining & turning centers, CAD/CAM work stations, reverse engineering, and automated controls and systems.

Certificate

Machine Tool Technology
Machine tool technology students learn to set up and operate all standard machine tools. They acquire knowledge and skills in mathematics, blueprint reading and precision measuring equipment.

Associate of Applied Science

Machine Tool Technology
Machine tool technology students learn to set up and operate all standard machine tools. They acquire knowledge and skills in mathematics, blueprint reading, drafting, metals and heat treatment, precision measuring equipment, and computer numerical control (CNC).

Certificate

Assistant Drafter
The Drafting & CAD Technology Program emphasizes a combination of theory and practical applications that are necessary for successful employment. Practically everything that is built requires a plan. Wheth- er it is a part of a car, machine tools, or a house, the object requires working drawings for the builder, machinist, or engineer. The drafter plays a key role in translating the ideas of engineers/designers to paper through the use of computer-aided-design programs.

CAD Technician
The Drafting & CAD Technology Program emphasizes a combination of theory and practical applications that are necessary for successful employment. Practically everything that is built requires a plan. Wheth- er it is a part of a car, machine tools, or a house, the object requires working drawings for the builder, machinist, or engineer. The drafter plays a key role in translating the ideas of engineers/designers to paper through the use of computer-aided-design programs.

Detail Drafter
The Drafting & CAD Technology Program emphasizes a combination of theory and practical applications that are necessary for successful employment. Practically everything that is built requires a plan. Wheth- er it is a part of a car, machine tools, or a house, the object requires working drawings for the builder, machinist, or engineer. The drafter plays a key role in translating the ideas of engineers/designers to paper through the use of computer-aided-design programs.

Diploma

Electrical Repairer
The mission of the Industrial Electrical Maintenance Program is to provide diversified maintenance training to students to meet the occupational needs of the prospective employers in our community. This course will provide you with a thorough understanding of the methods of diagnosing, troubleshooting, and repairing industrial equipment. Each unit of study is approached by starting with the basic theory involved. You will receive actual experience on equipment with factory approved methods of repairing and maintaining them.

Mechatronics Technician
The mission of the Industrial Electrical Maintenance Program is to provide diversified maintenance training to students to meet the occupational needs of the prospective employers in our community. This course will provide you with a thorough understanding of the methods of diagnosing, troubleshooting, and repairing industrial equipment. Each unit of study is approached by starting with the basic theory involved. You will receive actual experience on equipment with factory approved methods of repairing and maintaining them.

Certificate

Electrician Helper
The mission of the Industrial Electrical Maintenance Program is to provide diversified maintenance training to students to meet the occupational needs of the prospective employers in our community. This course will provide you with a thorough understanding of the methods of diagnosing, troubleshooting, and repairing industrial equipment. Each unit of study is approached by starting with the basic theory involved. You will receive actual experience on equipment with factory approved methods of repairing and maintaining them.

Certificate

Electrician Helper
The mission of the Industrial Electrical Maintenance Program is to provide diversified maintenance training to students to meet the occupational needs of the prospective employers in our community. This course will provide you with a thorough understanding of the methods of diagnosing, troubleshooting, and repairing industrial equipment. Each unit of study is approached by starting with the basic theory involved. You will receive actual experience on equipment with factory approved methods of repairing and maintaining them.

Diploma

Electrical Repairer
The mission of the Industrial Electrical Maintenance Program is to provide diversified maintenance training to students to meet the occupational needs of the prospective employers in our community. This course will provide you with a thorough understanding of the methods of diagnosing, troubleshooting, and repairing industrial equipment. Each unit of study is approached by starting with the basic theory involved. You will receive actual experience on equipment with factory approved methods of repairing and maintaining them.

Certificate

Electrician Helper
The mission of the Industrial Electrical Maintenance Program is to provide diversified maintenance training to students to meet the occupational needs of the prospective employers in our community. This course will provide you with a thorough understanding of the methods of diagnosing, troubleshooting, and repairing industrial equipment. Each unit of study is approached by starting with the basic theory involved. You will receive actual experience on equipment with factory approved methods of repairing and maintaining them.

Diploma

Industrial Maintenance Technician
The mission of the Industrial Electrical Maintenance Program is to provide diversified maintenance training to students to meet the occupational needs of the prospective employers in our community. This course will provide you with a thorough understanding of the methods of diagnosing, troubleshooting, and repairing industrial equipment. Each unit of study is approached by starting with the basic theory involved. You will receive actual experience on equipment with factory approved methods of repairing and maintaining them.

Mechatronics Technician
The mission of the Industrial Electrical Maintenance Program is to provide diversified maintenance training to students to meet the occupational needs of the prospective employers in our community. This course will provide you with a thorough understanding of the methods of diagnosing, troubleshooting, and repairing industrial equipment. Each unit of study is approached by starting with the basic theory involved. You will receive actual experience on equipment with factory approved methods of repairing and maintaining them.

Certificate

Maintenance Apprentice
The mission of the Industrial Electrical Maintenance Program is to provide diversified maintenance training to students to meet the occupational needs of the prospective employers in our community. This course will provide you with a thorough understanding of the methods of diagnosing, troubleshooting, and repairing industrial equipment. Each unit of study is approached by starting with the basic theory involved. You will receive actual experience on equipment with factory approved methods of repairing and maintaining them.

Diploma

Industrial Maintenance Technician
The mission of the Industrial Electrical Maintenance Program is to provide diversified maintenance training to students to meet the occupational needs of the prospective employers in our community. This course will provide you with a thorough understanding of the methods of diagnosing, troubleshooting, and repairing industrial equipment. Each unit of study is approached by starting with the basic theory involved. You will receive actual experience on equipment with factory approved methods of repairing and maintaining them.

Mechatronics Technician
The mission of the Industrial Electrical Maintenance Program is to provide diversified maintenance training to students to meet the occupational needs of the prospective employers in our community. This course will provide you with a thorough understanding of the methods of diagnosing, troubleshooting, and repairing industrial equipment. Each unit of study is approached by starting with the basic theory involved. You will receive actual experience on equipment with factory approved methods of repairing and maintaining them.

Certificate

Maintenance Apprentice
The mission of the Industrial Electrical Maintenance Program is to provide diversified maintenance training to students to meet the occupational needs of the prospective employers in our community. This course will provide you with a thorough understanding of the methods of diagnosing, troubleshooting, and repairing industrial equipment. Each unit of study is approached by starting with the basic theory involved. You will receive actual experience on equipment with factory approved methods of repairing and maintaining them.

Diploma

Electrical Repairer
The mission of the Industrial Electrical Maintenance Program is to provide diversified maintenance training to students to meet the occupational needs of the prospective employers in our community. This course will provide you with a thorough understanding of the methods of diagnosing, troubleshooting, and repairing industrial equipment. Each unit of study is approached by starting with the basic theory involved. You will receive actual experience on equipment with factory approved methods of repairing and maintaining them.

Industrial Maintenance Technician
The mission of the Industrial Electrical Maintenance Program is to provide diversified maintenance training to students to meet the occupational needs of the prospective employers in our community. This course will provide you with a thorough understanding of the methods of diagnosing, troubleshooting, and repairing industrial equipment. Each unit of study is approached by starting with the basic theory involved. You will receive actual experience on equipment with factory approved methods of repairing and maintaining them.

Mechatronics Technician
The mission of the Industrial Electrical Maintenance Program is to provide diversified maintenance training to students to meet the occupational needs of the prospective employers in our community. This course will provide you with a thorough understanding of the methods of diagnosing, troubleshooting, and repairing industrial equipment. Each unit of study is approached by starting with the basic theory involved. You will receive actual experience on equipment with factory approved methods of repairing and maintaining them.

Certificate

Maintenance Apprentice
The mission of the Industrial Electrical Maintenance Program is to provide diversified maintenance training to students to meet the occupational needs of the prospective employers in our community. This course will provide you with a thorough understanding of the methods of diagnosing, troubleshooting, and repairing industrial equipment. Each unit of study is approached by starting with the basic theory involved. You will receive actual experience on equipment with factory approved methods of repairing and maintaining them.

Diploma

General Machinist
This course will provide you with a thorough understanding of the methods of machining and fabrication of metal into tools and parts. Each unit of study is approached by starting with the basic theory involved. You will receive actual experience with lathes, mills, and grinders, and the CNC/CAM equipment as well as, precision measuring instruments that work with it.

Machinist I
This course will provide you with a thorough understanding of the methods of machining and fabrication of metal into tools and parts. Each unit of study is approached by starting with the basic theory involved. You will receive actual experience with lathes, mills, and grinders, and the CNC/CAM equipment as well as, precision measuring instruments that work with it.

Certificate

Machine Set Up Operator
This course will provide you with a thorough understanding of the methods of machining and fabrication of metal into tools and parts. Each unit of study is approached by starting with the basic theory involved. You will receive actual experience with lathes, mills, and grinders, and the CNC/CAM equipment as well as, precision measuring instruments that work with it.

Production Machine Operator
This course will provide you with a thorough understanding of the methods of machining and fabrication of metal into tools and parts. Each unit of study is approached by starting with the basic theory involved. You will receive actual experience with lathes, mills, and grinders, and the CNC/CAM equipment as well as, precision measuring instruments that work with it.

Diploma

General Machinist
This course will provide you with a thorough understanding of the methods of machining and fabrication of metal into tools and parts. Each unit of study is approached by starting with the basic theory involved. You will receive actual experience with lathes, mills, and grinders, and the CNC/CAM equipment as well as, precision measuring instruments that work with it.

Machinist I
This course will provide you with a thorough understanding of the methods of machining and fabrication of metal into tools and parts. Each unit of study is approached by starting with the basic theory involved. You will receive actual experience with lathes, mills, and grinders, and the CNC/CAM equipment as well as, precision measuring instruments that work with it.

Certificate

Machine Set Up Operator
This course will provide you with a thorough understanding of the methods of machining and fabrication of metal into tools and parts. Each unit of study is approached by starting with the basic theory involved. You will receive actual experience with lathes, mills, and grinders, and the CNC/CAM equipment as well as, precision measuring instruments that work with it.

Production Machine Operator
This course will provide you with a thorough understanding of the methods of machining and fabrication of metal into tools and parts. Each unit of study is approached by starting with the basic theory involved. You will receive actual experience with lathes, mills, and grinders, and the CNC/CAM equipment as well as, precision measuring instruments that work with it.

Skills Achievement Award

Electronics Assistant
This 14-credit program prepares students for entry level electonics assistant positions in a variety of manufacturing environments.

Certificate

Manufacturing Skills Trade Helper
This introductory program provides students with skills to achieve entry level manufacturing positions.

Associates of Applied Science

Advanced Manufacturing Technician
The Instrumentation program is designed to prepare students for a career in instrumentation and process control. Instrumentation technicians are employed in a large variety of industries to maintain equipment that controls temperature, pressure, and flow of material or speed and position of objects. Manufacturers use process control to manufacture automobiles, electronic devices, cardboard containers and food products. Other industries use process control technicians to refine petroleum products, process chemicals and other materials.

Electrical Trades
An Associate of Applied Science Degree designed to prepare the student for a career in the electrical trades. The program prepares students to service existing electrical service and install electrical systems in new construction. Topics include basic AC-DC, residential wiring, commercial wiring, industrial wiring, motor controls, programmable logic controllers, transformers and electrical codes.

Skills Achievement Award

Electronics Assistant
This 14-credit program prepares students for entry level electonics assistant positions in a variety of manufacturing environments.

Associates of Applied Science

Electrical Trades
An Associate of Applied Science Degree designed to prepare the student for a career in the electrical trades. The program prepares students to service existing electrical service and install electrical systems in new construction. Topics include basic AC-DC, residential wiring, commercial wiring, industrial wiring, motor controls, programmable logic controllers, transformers and electrical codes.

Certificate

Manufacturing Operations Maintenance Mechanic
This program prepares students for a variety of entry and mid level positions in the modern manufacturing environment.

Manufacturing Skills Trade Helper
This introductory program provides students with skills to achieve entry level manufacturing positions.

Associates of Applied Science

Advanced Manufacturing Technician
The Advanced Manufacturing Technology (AMT) program prepares students for a variety of entry and mid level positions in the modern manufacturing environment.

Manufacturing Operations Technician
The Advanced Manufacturing Technology (AMT) program prepares students for a variety of entry and mid level positions in the modern manufacturing environment.

Associated of Applied Science

Electrical Trades
An Associate of Applied Science Degree designed to prepare the student for a career in the electrical trades. The program prepares students to service existing electrical service and install electrical systems in new construction. Topics include basic AC-DC, residential wiring, commercial wiring, industrial wiring, motor controls, programmable logic controllers, transformers and electrical codes.

Certificate

Inert Gas GTAW/GMAW Welder (MSGW)
The Welding program prepares students to work in an industry that offers opportunities in manufacturing shops, maintenance shops, steel construction sites, ship building, oil field operations and ranch related welding. Students gain extensive skills through shop activities on industrial welding equipment such as, SMAW, GMAW, GTAW, SAW. The program is certified by the American Welding Society to test for quality of welds in critical areas such as aircraft welding and manufacturing operations.

Manufacturing Operations Maintenance Mechanic
This program prepares students for a variety of entry and mid level positions in the modern manufacturing environment.

Associates of Applied Science

Welder/Welding Technologist
The Welding program prepares students to work in an industry that offers opportunities in manufacturing shops, maintenance shops, steel construction sites, ship building, oil field operations and ranch related welding. Students gain extensive skills through shop activities on industrial welding equipment such as, SMAW, GMAW, GTAW, SAW. The program is certified by the American Welding Society to test for quality of welds in critical areas such as aircraft welding and manufacturing operations.

Certificate

Manufacturing Operations Maintenance Mechanic
This program prepares students for a variety of entry and mid level positions in the modern manufacturing environment.

Manufacturing Skills Trade Helper
This introductory program provides students with skills to achieve entry level manufacturing positions.

Production Tool Operator / Maintenance Assistant
This introductory program provides students with skills to achieve entry level manufacturing positions.

Associates of Applied Science

Manufacturing Operations Technician
The Advanced Manufacturing Technology (AMT) program prepares students for a variety of entry and mid level positions in the modern manufacturing environment.

Associated of Applied Science

Advanced Manufacturing Technician
The Advanced Manufacturing Technology (AMT) program prepares students for a variety of entry and mid level positions in the modern manufacturing environment.

Associated of Applied Science

Electronics Technician, Instrumentation
The Instrumentation program is designed to prepare students for a career in instrumentation and process control. Instrumentation technicians are employed in a large variety of industries to maintain equipment that controls temperature, pressure, and flow of material or speed and position of objects. Manufacturers use process control to manufacture automobiles, electronic devices, cardboard containers and food products. Other industries use process control technicians to refine petroleum products, process chemicals and other materials.

Certificate

Manufacturing Operations Maintenance Mechanic
This program prepares students for a variety of entry and mid level positions in the modern manufacturing environment.

Associates of Applied Science

Manufacturing Operations Technician
The Advanced Manufacturing Technology (AMT) program prepares students for a variety of entry and mid level positions in the modern manufacturing environment.

Associated of Applied Science

Advanced Manufacturing Technician
The Advanced Manufacturing Technology (AMT) program prepares students for a variety of entry and mid level positions in the modern manufacturing environment.

Certificate

CNC Operator
This program prepares students for careers as CNC Operators in modern manufacturing environments

Machinist / Machine Technologist
This certificate program prepares students to obtain jobs in manufacturing environments as machinists or technologists.

Associates of Applied Science

CNC Manufacturing Technician
The Manufacturing program is designed to prepare students for high performance manufacturing employment opportunities. The program provides training in a new facility that has been retrofitted with state of the art equipment in Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Computer Numerical Control, Robotics, and Precision Measuring instruments.

Certificate

CNC Operator
This program prepares students for careers as CNC Operators in modern manufacturing environments

Machinist / Machine Technologist
This certificate program prepares students to obtain jobs in manufacturing environments as machinists or technologists.

Associates of Applied Science

CNC Manufacturing Technician
The Manufacturing program is designed to prepare students for high performance manufacturing employment opportunities. The program provides training in a new facility that has been retrofitted with state of the art equipment in Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Computer Numerical Control, Robotics, and Precision Measuring instruments.

Links to Data Sources

How-To Videos

Demographic information about your region's population and workforce

Economic trends in your state and county

National and local industry and occupation specific employment data

Labor market resources in your state

Key data aggregators

How much does the manufacturing sector contribute to my regional economy? (Download Step-By-Step PDF)

Learn how to find the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by metropolitan statistical area using tools from the US Bureau of Economic Analysis.

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by metropolitan area is the measure of the market value of all final goods and services produced within a metropolitan area in a particular year. It is an important measure of the size of a regional economy. This can be an important measure for college staff preparing grant applications because it can demonstrate the importance of a given sector (e.g., Manufacturing) to its regional economy. These data are available from the US Bureau of Economic Analysis at the national, state, and metropolitan statistical area level.

How many people are completing programs in neighboring colleges? (Download Step-By-Step PDF)

Learn how to determine program completion rates of students in your college and colleges in the surrounding area.

All institutions of higher education submit information about their completers to the US Department of Education’s National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). These data are then compiled into NCES’ Integrated Post-secondary Education Data System (IPEDS). You can access IPEDS data through NCES’ College Navigator Tool. One of the many things this tool can do is help college staff determine the output of college programs at their neighboring schools. This will allow them to quickly assess the capacity and output of their neighboring or competing colleges.

What are the common occupations in a given industry? (Download Step-By-Step PDF)

Learn how to estimate the occupational mix of a specific industry using tools provided by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Different industries employ workers from a variety of occupations. Using the national staffing patterns matrix, we are able to estimate the occupational mix within a given industry. This information can prove helpful for colleges, as it may allow them to estimate the occupational demand of a new company in their region, or conversely the occupational composition of workers displaced from a large company that has closed or relocated. This information is available for each industry at the national level through the US Bureau of Labor Statistics website.

How to convert job titles to occupation codes (Download Step-By-Step PDF)

Learn how to convert job titles to standard occupational classification codes.

There are a myriad number of titles describing any one specific job. In many instances, multiple job titles can be used to describe a job with a common set of tasks. In order for Labor Market Information providers to collect wage and employment information about jobs in a standardized and consistent manner, they must classify jobs as occupations. This classification system is known as the Standard Occupational Classification (SOC). Therefore before accessing wage and employment data, researchers have to convert job titles to SOC codes. Data users can use the O*Net-SOC Autocoder to find the right SOC code to match the job title in which they are interested.

What levels of educational attainment are found in your area? (Download Step-By-Step PDF)

Learn how to find educational attainment levels of individuals found in your area.

Community college staff often must understand their area’s basic demographic characteristics to understand their market for potential students and help strengthen arguments in grant and funding proposals. Educational attainment levels are important demographic characteristics of relevance to community colleges. These data can be drawn from the US Census Bureau’s American Community Survey (ACS). The ACS is an ongoing survey conducted by the US Census Bureau. Five years of data are collected to generate a sample size large enough to produce statistically significant results.

What is the unemployment rate for your region? (Download Step-By-Step PDF)

Learn how to find the unemployment rate for your region using tools from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The unemployment rate in your region provides the percent of workers in your labor market who are currently out of work, but actively seeking employment. These data are often used in grant writing and are important for measuring the relative strength of the regional labor market, or the amount of distress in a given labor market. These data are available through the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Local Area Unemployment Statistics program. Unemployment rates are available for states, metropolitan statistical areas, counties or equivalents and cities of 25,000 or more.

How many manufacturers are located in your metro area? (Download Step-By-Step PDF)

Learn how to find the number of manufacturers located in your region.

In order to better meet the needs of your region’s manufacturing sector, it is important to know the scale and scope of manufacturing firms in your area. The US Census Bureau’s County Business Patterns data provides information about the employment size, but also about the number of manufacturing establishments and how many are large firms and how many are small or medium-sized manufacturers. These data can prove important in preparing grants or for corporate college representatives in preparing a strategy for engaging manufacturers.

How big is my region's manufacturing sector compared to other counties in my state? (Download Step-By-Step PDF)

Learn how to compare individual industries by county in your state.

The employment size of a given sector or industry can provide some indication of the importance of that sector to a county or how that county compares to the rest of the state. For community colleges, this information can provide some indication of the potential demand for different kinds of programs or allow that college to justify efforts to support those industries with training programs. The primary source for this kind of industry employment data is the US Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages, or QCEW. The QCEW draws on data from the Unemployment Insurance program to provide information about job counts and wages within a given industry.

What proportion of my industry's workforce is age 55 or older? (Download Step-By-Step PDF)

Learn how to find demographic information, including age distribution, for your industry using Quarterly Workforce Indicators.

Knowing the demographics of a given industry can prove important for many college faculty and staff. For instance, the age distribution of an industry can provide some indication as to whether companies in an industry are likely to face mass retirements as the baby boom generation retires. It can also provide some indication about the ages of students involved in incumbent worker training. In order to access this information, we will use Quarterly Workforce Indicators data set developed collaboratively by the US Census Bureau and State Labor Market Information agencies.

What are the demographics of workers living within a 30 mile radius of my college? (Download Step-By-Step PDF)

Learn how to find demographic information of workers within a specific distance of your college.

Knowing the demographics of the college’s service area is vital for community college administrators, grant writers and staff. The demographics of the surrounding workforce can be particularly important as many college programs are designed to train the region’s existing workforce. In order to access this information, we will use the OnTheMap web application developed collaboratively by the US Census Bureau and State Labor Market Information agencies.

How much should a worker in a given occupation be making in my region? (Download Step-By-Step PDF)

Learn how to find occupational wage information in your region.

Occupational wages are important pieces of information for staff at many colleges. For instance, they can help faculty set expectations for students looking to select a career, or help inform colleges about whether their programs prepare workers for quality jobs.

How has my region's population grown? (Download Step-By-Step PDF)

Learn how to find population changes using US Census Bureau information.

Understanding the dynamics of regional population growth is important for colleges to track. Simply put, growth areas can create more potential demand for educational services. This can influence not only college growth strategies, but may also factor into how colleges staff satellite campuses. There are a number of population sources, and one of the most common and trusted annual sources comes from the US Census Bureau’s Population Estimates Program. The population estimates program develops estimates for the nation, states, counties, cities and towns, and metropolitan and micropolitan statistical areas.