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Advanced Manufacturing Technology

ADVANCED MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY
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PREPARES YOU FOR:

A career in manufacturing, including the basics of welding, fabrication, computer numerical control (CNC) machine operation, computeraided drafting and design and machining.

Make your future unique with handson training in a variety of skilled areas. With a degree in advanced manufacturing technology, you could play an important part in a variety of careers within the manufacturing cycle, from design to production and delivery. Build on previous experience or begin your hands-on education at DMACC. In this program, you’ll learn the basics of welding, fabrication, computer numerical control (CNC) machine operation, computer-aided drafting and design, machining and workplace skills. All it takes is two years to earn your Associate of Applied Science degree.

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

CAREER EXAMPLES
WHAT YOU'LL DO
CORE JOB SKILLS
AVERAGE SALARY

CAREER EXAMPLES

  • Fabricator
  • Machine Operator
  • Technical Associate
  • Finishing Technician
  • Maintenance Welder
  • Manufacturing Technician

WHAT YOU'LL DO

  • Control machines and processes
  • Handle and move objects
  • Perform general physical activities
  • Seek and use valuable information
  • Inspect equipment or material

CORE JOB SKILLS

  • Attention to detail
  • Dependability
  • Initiative
  • Cooperation
  • Self-control

AVERAGE SALARY (IOWA)

  • $37,330 per year