Advanced Manufacturing Technology

PREPARES YOU FOR:

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

Make your future unique with hands-on 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 in Applied Science degree.

About the Program:

Career Examples
What You'll Do
Core Job Skills
Average Salary

Advanced Manufacturing Technology 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 per year