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The Associate of Applied Science in Technology - is designed to prepare students for a career in advanced welding and fabrication, mechatronics, industrial maintenance or manufacturing management.



Degree Options

The Technology degree options for Advanced Welding and Fabrication, Industrial Maintenance, General Technology and Manufacturing Management, as well as the related certificate programs, provide students with the knowledge and skills to successfully enter the workforce in their respective fields.

Certificate Options:

Mechatronics & Industrial Maintenance Certificate

Welding & Fabrication Certificate

Students may complete any of the following short-term certificate programs: Welding and Fabrication, Advanced Welding and Fabrication, Mechatronics, Industrial Maintenance, Manufacturing Management, and Manufacturing and Technology Management. Students may earn National Coalition of Certification Centers (NC3) - Festo Advanced Manufacturing and Lincoln Electric Welding certifications through this program.

Salary Range:

Electro-Mechanical and Mechatronics Technologist and Technicians
Machinery Mechanics and Maintenance Workers
Assemblers and Fabricators
Production Supervisor

Contact Information:

For more information about our AAS Technology - Welding degree or certificates and how to apply contact:
Cathy Boys, Associate Professor of Computing and Engineering / Dean for Career and Technical Education
Phone: (417) 255-7278