Baker College of Cadillac Adds New Program To Fall Roster

June 18, 2013

Advanced manufacturing technology program
Baker College of Cadillac will offer an advanced manufacturing technology associate degree program beginning fall quarter. Classes begin Monday, September 30.

The manufacturing technology program prepares students to design new products and write computer numerical control (CNC) programs to manufacture them. Students will leave the program with extensive CNC knowledge and experience in software programs such as Mastercam, AutoCAD and SolidWorks, skills necessary in today’s operation of manufacturing machines.

“Manufacturing in America relies increasingly on advanced design software and programming skills that were unknown to past generations of machinists,” said Kelly Smith, Baker College of Cadillac President. “This program will train students for 21st century jobs in manufacturing.”

Graduates of the program are prepared for future careers as manufacturer technicians, computer-aided drafting (CAD) specialists, project engineers, and production managers, among others.

For more information about the new manufacturing technology associate degree at Baker College of Cadillac, please contact Audrey Charmoli at 231.876.3119.

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