Manufacturing and engineering technicians use computers to design, machine, and manufacture products as well as for quality and process control. Technicians also plan and design processing methods and equipment so that a product can be manufactured economically.

Careers in manufacturing and engineering offer excellent job opportunities with family wages, room for advancement, and even the opportunity for self-employment.

Transfer Degrees

Associate of Applied Science Degrees

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Manufacturing/Engineering Technology


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Computer Numerical Control Technician

Career Pathway Certificates

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Computer Numerical Control Technician

Program Advisors

Stephen Foster
Stephen Foster
Technology Department
Mike Bullard
Michael Bullard

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