Manufacturing Technology

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Manufacturing Technology

Gain the knowledge you need to join the manufacturing industry as a leading problem-solver. This two-year Associate in Applied Science degree equips students to identify and resolve manufacturing issues related to machine operations, production line operations, and quality assurance. Graduates gain the practical knowledge needed for employment as manufacturing, quality assurance, and CAD/CAM technicians.

Practical Knowledge

Students build a firm foundation for their future employment by learning the basic principles of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology. With this foundation, students are ready to engage in the central work of the Manufacturing Technology degree: exercising practical knowledge, such as multi-view drawing interpretation, conversions, and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) expertise.

Be a Part of the Team

One of the main goals of our program is for graduates to become outstanding members of a technical team. Whether students go on to be team leaders or take the research and development path, they have the written, oral, and graphical communication skills to be valuable and effective team players.

Continuous Improvement

The Manufacturing Technology program teaches a commitment to quality. As experts in quality control systems and methodology, graduates are trained to value continuous, self-directed improvement — both personally and on the job.    

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Additional Program Information

Associate of Applied Science

Manufacturing Technology (A50320)


Manufacturing Technology (D50320)


Manufacturing Technology- Foundations of Engineering Technology (C50320B)

Contact Information

Kathy Livsie, Program Chair CAM-107