The Manufacturing Technology major provides a structured yet flexible degree path for those interested in developing hands-on skills in various aspects of an organization.
The core technical courses combine CAD, Electrical, Manufacturing, and Mechanical Engineering areas. Students will take two additional courses, listed as Technical Electives, in their area of interest. If you are unsure about these electives, see your advisor.
This major is ideal for individuals who have completed or are working on an apprenticeship program and would like to complete an associate degree.
The faculty has identified the following Learning Outcomes for all graduates:
Prepare drawings using Computer-Aided Design (CAD) to completely describe a part for manufacture, including views and tolerances.
Produce parts using various types of manual machines.
Inspect parts that were produced using various types of tools.