Advanced Manufacturing Technology

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.

Successful graduates apply technical skills to set up and operating machinery, use precision measurement devices, input and interpret quality measurement data, read and interpret blueprints and computer-generated drawings and use problem-solving skills in a variety of manufacturing environments.