If you like working in a manufacturing environment, machining, welding, quality control blueprint reading - check out DMACC's Advanced Manufacturing Technology Program. Students may earn a diploma on the 10-month program or an Associate of Applied Science degree with two years of study.
The DMACC Advanced Manufacturing Technology program prepares applicants for a wide variety of manufacturing tasks in industry. Successful applicants will learn the basic elements of welding, fabrication, computer numerical controlled machine operation, computer-aided drafting and design, machining and workplace skills. Graduates will be positioned for employment by a wide variety of manufacturers throughout the state and nation.
At the completion of this two-year Associate in Applied Science degree program, graduates will be prepared for a large number of skilled careers in the manufacturing industry. Opportunities exist in many different types of manufacturing.
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