Industrial Manufacturing and Emerging Technologies

Industrial Manufacturing and Emerging Technologies

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The Industrial Manufacturing and Emerging Technologies program at EMCC provides students with the practical and technical skills leading to a rewarding career in one of many areas. EMCC offers several certificates and an associates focusing on different aspects of the art. Successful students will receive an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Industrial Manufacturing and Emerging Technologies, or a Certificate of Completion in Electrical Systems Technology, Mechanical Systems Technology, Mechatronics Level I or Power Systems Technology.

Classes are taught by instructors who currently work within the industry, using the latest technology and practices, sharing their personal knowledge and experience to prepare you to work in this very diverse industry that blends maintenance, manufacturing and operations.

EMCC’s courses provide training for all skill levels, including those who are new to the industry, experienced technicians enhancing their credentials, and students who plan to transfer to a university for an applied Bachelor degree program. EMCC provides track options customizable to each student’s needs and career goals, including to support unique employer training requests, or to apply relevant previous work history and military credits for fast-tracked completion.

The Industrial Manufacturing and Emerging Technologies program is a member of the Arizona Regional Advanced Manufacturing Professional Upgrade Project (AZ RAMP UP), a four-college consortium that received a $10 million federal training grant from the United States Department of Labor. Students enrolled in the program have access to grant-funded specialty services such as career planning assistance and enhanced lab equipment.

When you enroll in an Industrial Manufacturing and Emerging Technologies program, you become part of the Energy Institute at EMCC, which helps students succeed by offering educational networks, scholarships, internships and other professional opportunities within their selected field of study. Take a look Inside the Program for a glimpse as to what you can expect as an Energy student.

Gainful Employment Info: EMCC cares about your future and education decisions. For a better understanding of what the certificate will cost, how long it will take and what financial assistance is available, we’ve provided info for Electrical Systems Technology, Mechanical Systems Technology, Mechatronics Level I or Power Systems Technology.

Special requirements: None.

Course Sequence: From design to manufacturing, and technology to development, EMCC brings you to the heart of the industry. Your education is already mapped out for you in the checksheets for Electrical Systems Technology (Grant Program)-CCL, Industrial Manufacturing and Emerging Technologies (Grant Program)-AAS, Mechanical Systems Technology (Grant Program)-CCL, Mechatronics Level I (Grant Program)-CCL and Power Systems Technology (Grant Program)-CCL

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Career and Employment Outlook

Industrial Manufacturing and Emerging Technologies encompasses many different fields you can enter, with plenty of possibilities. Read more from O*NET.


Transfer Options

After completing the AAS or a CCL, you will be well-prepared to begin your career path into one of many Industrial Manufacturing and Emerging Technologies industries or transfer to a university for a bachelor's degree.