Advanced Manufacturing Technician Certificate
The demand for manufacturing technicians exists throughout
McHenry County and the entire country. Every phase of
American life is dependent upon their efforts. Everything
that is planned and fabricated, from airplanes to sewing
machines, needs detailed designs that must first be tested
and then brought into production. As our society becomes
more automated and computer enhanced, the need for
these semi-professionals will continue to increase.
Manufacturing design and engineering technicians are
part of the engineer-scientist-technician team that designs
and produces a variety of products. Assignments include
traditional drafting, Computer Aided Design (CAD), implementing
engineering directives, material and product
testing, and customer service.
The Manufacturing Design Technology certificate program provides a number of options. You may wish to earn other related certificates in related manufacturing technologies, such as supervision or manufacturing process. Or, you can continue studies and earn an Associate in General Education (AGE). Check with the department chair regarding goals and the future transferability of coursework.
What you need to know about getting your Advanced Manufacturing Technician Certificate (CIP 15.080)
Occupations that Advanced Manufacturing Technician Certificate prepares you for
|Occupation and Occupational Profile Link
|Mechanical Engineering Technicians
Additional Advanced Manufacturing Technician Certificate Costs
|Books and supplies
Total Advanced Manufacturing Technician Certificate Costs
|Additional Advanced Manufacturing Technician Certificate Costs
Advanced Manufacturing Technician Certificate Completion Data
|Completers in fiscal year 2016
|Proportion Completing in Normal Time
Median loan debt incurred by students who completed the program
|Type of Loan
|Title IV Loans
Semesters to complete assumes students are taking a full-time credit load of 12 credits per semester (the minimum required for federal financial aid).
Proportion of students completing in normal time is the percentage of completers who earned the credential within the specified time of their first enrollment at the College.
Students attending part-time or changing their program of study are two common reasons why they may not complete in "normal" time.
Tuition and fees are set by the Board of Trustees. Prices for books and supplies are subject to change.
See additional information about international student costs.