Advanced Manufacturing

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The Advanced Manufacturing programs prepare students for careers in precision manufacturing, technical design, and the skilled trades. Most of these programs give students the opportunity to do hands-on work in the field. They are designed with input from their respective industries and taught by experts, so that students learn the most current techniques using the most modern technology.

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Aerospace & Industrial Production Technologies

This program prepares students or incumbent workers for careers in industrial production and fabrication. Students will learn the fundamentals of production tooling, fabrication, and additive manufacturing.

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Band Instrument Repair Technology

Band Instrument Repair Technology

This unique program prepares students for entry-level employment in the band instrument repair and service trade. Students will learn how to repair, maintain and adjust woodwind, brass, and percussion instruments typically used in big bands.

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Band Instrument Repair with Guitar Technology

Band Instrument Repair with Guitar Technology

This four-quarter program prepares graduates for entry-level employment into the band instrument and fretted string instrument repair and service trade. Students will learn how to repair, maintain and adjust woodwind, brass, percussion, and string instruments.

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Basic Machining

Basic Machining

This program prepares students to be manual machinists. Students will learn to use conventional lathes and milling machines, as well as grinders and other equipment commonly found in manufacturing facilities.

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Commercial Building Engineering

Modern commercial buildings are wonders of engineering, combining electrical, mechanical and communications systems to create safe, comfortable environments for people.

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Computer Numerical Control

Computer Numerical Control

Computer Numerical Control (CNC) is a computer-aided machine tool system that creates parts and structures to very precise tolerances. It is a staple of modern manufacturing.

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Construction Trades Prep

Construction Trades Prep

This program is the entry point for the Welding and Major Appliance and Refrigeration Technology programs. It also satisfies elective credits for the Commercial Building Engineering and Construction Management programs.

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Electrical Plant Maintenance

Business and industry runs on electricity, and that power is generated or provided by an electrical plant. This program teaches students how to maintain and repair the electrical plants and machines used in industry.

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Engineering Design Technology

Professional drafters make ideas possible. They take a concept created by an engineer or an architect and turn it into a technical drawing so that it can be built or manufactured. This program prepares students to enter the field of mechanical or architectural drafting.

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Field Surveying Technician

Field Surveying Technician

Any kind of land development or construction begins with a careful measuring and study of the land. This work is done by land surveyors, one of the most ancient trades in human history.

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Guitar Repair Technology

Guitar Repair Technology

Modern guitars and other string instruments are a mixture of art and mechanical precision. Instrument technicians handle that last part, making sure that an instrument is playable, in tune, and reliable.

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Industrial Engineering

This program trains students to maintain, troubleshoot and repair equipment for industrial environments such as bakeries, breweries, and candy companies.

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Kitchen Major Appliance Repair Technology

Kitchen appliances are an indispensable part of every household. Fixing and maintaining these machines requires knowledge of the science behind them, as well as solid, hands-on experience.

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Land Surveying Technician/Geospatial Science

Any kind of land development or construction begins with a careful measuring and study of the land. This work is done by land surveyors, one of the most ancient trades in human history.

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Laundry Major Appliance Technology

This program trains students in the repair and troubleshooting of domestic and light commercial laundry appliances. Students first learn the electrical and mechanical principles of laundry machines.

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Major Appliance & Refrigeration Technology

Appliances are all around us, taking on the heavy work that makes modern life possible. Fixing and maintaining these machines requires knowledge of the science behind them, as well as solid, hands-on experience. This unique program does both.

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Precision Machining Technologies

Machines and equipment such as planes and cars would not work without precise parts. Many of these come out of machine shops using sophisticated manufacturing equipment.

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Preventative Manufacturing Maintenance

Manufacturing equipment needs to be maintained and kept in good shape for machine shops to meet their goals. This is the job of a preventative manufacturing worker.

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Property Maintenance for Multi-Family Residences

Property maintenance is the kind of work that rewards a jack of all trades, combining hands-on use of construction, repair, electrical and plumbing skills. This program prepares students to work in property maintenance for apartments and other multi-family housing.

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Refrigeration Technology, Domestic/Commercial

Refrigeration and ventilation systems are growing more efficient and more complicated every year. Installing, fixing and maintaining these systems requires specialized, up-to-date knowledge and experience.

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Welding

This program prepares welders for most phases of the industry. It combines classroom time with practical experience in the most common manual and semi-automatic welding processes: OFW (gas), SMAW, GMAW, FCAW, GTAW, SAW (arc), MIG, and TIG.

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