Precision Manufacturing Degrees
Precision machinists use tools like lathes and milling machines to produce precisely measured metal parts. Most machinists work in the manufacturing field, but precision machining, in general, can be applied to many industries. Everything from healthcare to automotive uses parts that must be created by machinists.
The ability to set up and monitor precision machines is in high demand, and the field only continues to grow. It’s a highly-valued set of skills that comes with challenging, satisfying work and fantastic entry-level wages.
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- Electronic Systems Technology – 2-Year Program, AAS Degree
- Precision Machining – 2-Year Program, AAS Degree
- Robotics – 2-Year Program, AAS Degree
- Automation Controls/SCADA – 2-Year Program, AAS Degree
A degree in agriculture can take you just about anywhere in the industry. You can work inside or outside doing anything from teaching and research to working with animals.
For people who enjoy cars, working with their hands and solving problems, a career as an automotive technician can really drive your future.
Building Trades / Construction
A degree or certification in the construction trades can lead to employment as a construction manager, cost estimator or building inspector.