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Hands-On Training and Technical Growth
The Advanced Technology Program is designed to serve individuals who desire hands-on training and education for the acquisition or advancement of a technical career. The program is flexible enough for both entry-level students and individuals with established skills who seek technical growth or advancement through continued education. General education and information technology credits help students to develop skills in communication, computer applications and applied science while strengthening the problem solving and critical thinking skills necessary for career advancement.
- Apply up to 30 credits from a trade or technical certificate completed at the College toward the Advanced Technology A.A.S. degree
- Advance their technical skills in order to grow in the industry
- Learn how to select and implement project management methods to industry-related situations
- CNC operations
- Computer-aided design and drafting
- Facilities management
- Industrial production
- Process control