Machining and Manufacturing Automation
Degrees and Programs
Through classroom instruction and hands-on lab experiences, you will gain highly valuable knowledge and skills in welding, fabrication, precision measurement, machining, and operation and programming of computerized manufacturing technologies including computer numerical control (CNC) and industrial robotics. Our instructors have worked in the field and will provide you with real world experience.
You can earn industry recognized credentials while learning about industrial safety, maintenance, quality, equipment operations, and leadership. When you graduate you will be prepared to work in middle skilled positions in a wide variety of manufacturing environments.
As an industrial technician you will work in a wide variety of manufacturing industries. You will be able to find employment as an Entry level Maintenance Technician, Automated Machine Operator, or CNC Machine Tool Operator.
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the average salary for industrial technician is $16.22 hourly or $33,750 annually.