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Advanced Manufacturing Systems & Industrial Technology

Advanced Manufacturing Systems & Industrial Technology

Advanced Manufacturing Systems & Industrial Technology

The Advanced Manufacturing Systems Program (ADM) at HCC is designed to prepare students for entry into the advanced manufacturing process and distribution industry. The ADM industry requires multi-skilled professionals to operate, maintain, trouble-shoot, and engineer complex systems used in a variety of today’s industries. In the ADM program, students can earn progressive levels of certificates, including the OSHA 10-hour certification, that can be applied towards employment or an associate degree.

Program Options

The Advanced Manufacturing Systems program provides a sequence of technical and manufacturing courses for students who are currently in, or plan to enter, today’s advanced manufacturing environment where multi-skilled workers are in high demand. Students wishing to continue their education beyond the A.A.S. degree in the areas of Manufacturing Engineering and Management will benefit from the program as well. Students should identify an intended transfer institution as early as possible and complete appropriate courses.

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$58K

Median annual salary for electro-mechanical technicians

14,000

Elctro-mechanical technician jobs in the U.S.

460

Elctro-mechanical technicians employed in MD

$64K

Median annual salary for electrical & electronics engineering technicians

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