In-demand Workforce. Gain the skills you need to join the challenging and evolving advanced manufacturing industry in a high wage career.
Become a multi-skilled technician with the Advanced Integrated Manufacturing Technology Associate of Applied Science degree. This hands-on program involves rotating internships with industry partners for each student.
With a combination of courses in mechanics, electronics, computer aided drafting, robotics, composites, and instrumentation, the Advanced Integrated Manufacturing degree will develop your skills as a multi-skilled technician, preparing you to embrace and utilize new and evolving technologies. Work on real manufacturing projects, expand your problem solving skills, and increase your ability to work in teams of engineers, researchers, scientists and technologists.
Apply to the Program
Students are accepted into the Advanced Integrated Manufacturing program based on application, interview, and satisfactory completion of the courses in the Advanced Integrated Manufacturing career studies certificate.
Advanced Integrated Manufacturing
For more information, please contact the Science, Engineering, and Technology division at (757) 825-2898 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about Advanced Integrated Manufacturing programs at Thomas Nelson.
Today, manufacturing companies are looking for multi-skilled technicians for Advanced Integrated Manufacturing positions. Multi-skilled technicians embrace change and possess:
- technical skills in multiple areas
- enhanced workplace skills in demand by industry
- teamwork skills
- the ability to incorporate and utilize new technologies as they are developed.
STC, NASA Langley Research Center, Continental, Canon, Arconic, O-I, Newport News Shipbuilding, Liebherr, Craft Machine
For the most up-to-date information about this program, including courses, credits, and other requirements, please refer to our College Catalog.