Aug 24, 2019
The DMACC Advanced Manufacturing Technology AAS program prepares applicants for a wide variety of manufacturing tasks in industry. Successful applicants will learn the basic elements of welding, fabrication, computer numerical controlled machine operation, computer-aided drafting and design, machining and workplace skills. Graduates will be positioned for employment by a wide variety of manufacturers throughout the state and nation.
At the completion of this two-year Associate in Applied Science degree program, graduates will be prepared for a large number of skilled careers in the manufacturing industry. Opportunities exist in many different types of manufacturing.
For more information about the Advanced Manufacturing Technology program, please visit our website at cam.dmacc.edu.
Selected courses in this program are offered at other campuses.
Students start Fall semester.
(If you wish to start the program in the Spring or Summer, please contact the program chair at 515-964-6452 to discuss proper sequencing of courses.)
Program Entry Requirements
- Complete an application for admission.
- Satisfy the assessment requirement.
- Attend any required information/registration session.
To earn an Advanced Manufacturing Technology AAS degree, a student must complete all coursework as prescribed and maintain a 2.0 grade point average.
Option 1 - Select 1 course
Total Credits Required to Complete this AAS Degree - 79
Tuition……………………………………………………………………………………..$147.00 per credit
The costs for each program are estimates and subject to change.
Approximate total for program: $13,243*
*Program entry requirements are not included in the total approximate cost.
What Kind of Work Will You Do?
• Use a wide variety of machine tools and precision measuring instruments.
• Do production welding using jigs and fixtures.
• Work from drawings, blueprints and other materials.
• Work in a team-oriented environment.
• Fabricate projects using welded and machined parts.
What Skills and Abilities Will You Need?
• Apply technical skills in specific machine setups and operations.
• Use precision measurement devices, input and interpretation of quality measurement data.
• Read and interpret blueprints, including computer-generated drawings.
• Use problem-solving skills.
What Else Should I Consider about this Program or Career Choice?
• High demand for skilled manufacturing technicians.
• Great variety of types of work and work environments in industry.
• Average starting salary $36,000 (2009-2010 Placement Report).
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