Associate of Applied Science
Advanced Manufacturing Technology
Manufacturing in America relies increasingly on advanced design software and programming skills that were unknown to past generations of machinists. Graduates of this well-rounded, two-part degree program can anticipate many opportunities in 21st century manufacturing careers.
In the first year you will:
- Gain the essential Computer Numerical Control (CNC) knowledge and experience needed to operate today’s technologically advanced manufacturing lathes, turning centers, mills, routers, and other machines.
In the second year you will:
- Receive advanced software training in Mastercam, AutoCAD, and SolidWorks, preparing you to design new products and write CNC programs to manufacture them.