Preparing for a Career in Advanced Manufacturing

It's never too late to begin your career development in the high-tech manufacturing world. Technically skilled employees are needed now more than ever, contrary to what you might read or be told! Learn more about different career pathways to help you prepare for a wide variety of advanced manufacturing occupations. There are so many educational options available to help you pursue opportunities within your region, in your state and across the country.


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U.S. PRODUCTION VALUE
in United States
Small and medium manufacturers account for 40 %
 $53,681 (1-4 YEARS)
in United States
Health & Safety Engineer
median salary

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Cleveland, OH

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University of Central Missouri
Warrensburg, MO

Programs: Manufacturing Engineering Technology, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Industrial Engineering Technology, Engineering Technology

An engineering technologist develops solutions that are applications-based. At University of Central Missouri, we develop a unique kind of professional. You will be prepared to excel in meeting the range of technology needs of your customers. You will learn how to solve the customer's entire problem rather than just parts of it. From day one, you will have hands-on experience in real-world engineering projects.

Engineering technologists are flexible in a complex world. They can adapt quickly to the changing requirements of industry. They understand the specialty areas of technology that are needed to develop and maintain quality products for their customers. Degrees in these areas focus on applying engineering and technology theories to solve problems. To meet that goal, UCM offers eight labs to engage students in "hands-on" learning.

Contact:

Dick Kahoe
Associate Professor & Coordinator-Techn. Education Dept.

Phone: 660-543-8841


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