Manufacturing Technology

Advisers: Clark, Covington • Offered at Senatobia campus only
Associate of Applied Science

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The Manufacturing Technology Program prepares individuals to work within a manufacturing environment in production, CNC operations and management. The student will learn skills such as how to use and maintain equipment, read blueprints, trouble shoot and decision making skills, as well as skills in computers, quality and inventory control.
Special admissions requirements: Students interested in the Manufacturing Technology program should contact the adviser. Students must also have a high school diploma or GED or be in enrolled in the MI-Best Program (Senatobia campus only).
Upon successful completion of this program, graduates earn the Associate of Applied Science degree.