If you like working in a manufacturing environment, machining, and computer aided machining, welding, measuring, blueprint reading, Computer aided drawing - check out DMACC's Advanced Manufacturing Technology Program. Students may earn an Associate of Applied Science degree with two years of study.
Advanced manufacturing technology is an outgrowth of the machinist technology and the welding programs. Graduates would be uniquely qualified to support manufacturing in several ways. A Graduate could work as a production welder, machinist, CNC operator, or support machine repair, a graduate could also work in inspection or design.
DMACC's advanced manufacturing technology is just one of several programs in the advanced manufacturing center.
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