61-62 credit hours.
By enrolling in the Manufacturing Technology program, you learn the processes involved in mass production, planning, quality control, material selection and mechatronics. While you learn about tools and equipment, you develop machining skills and learn how to inspect and handle parts, equipment, and finished products. When you complete this program, you can seek employment as a technician, engineering assistant, machine operator, and first-line supervisor.
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