Want to use both your hands and your brains? We teach the practical skills you need to apply science and engineering in solving real-world problems. With fascinating hands-on labs, internships and small class sizes getting a degree in Manufacturing, Mechanical or Electronics Engineering Technology makes sense for both your now and your future. See School
Robots are widely used in the manufacturing industry to perform repetitive tasks especially in environments hazardous to humans. Locally, the use of robots is rapidly increasing and this implementation is replacing low-skilled workers; however, new jobs are being created for technicians who are highly trained to maintain and program the robots. See School
Advanced manufacturing skills are needed in high demand industries such as aerospace, outdoor products and medical device products. Train in composites, automation, plastics injection molding, and welding for a career in this dynamic industry. See School
Work in the high-tech environment of automation. Explore certificate training programs in CNC machining, CAD, and welding technologies which are in high-demand for Utah’s manufacturers. See School
What do you want to be, and when do you want to start? With programs in welding, machining and composites there are pathways that can lead to high-paying, high-demand jobs in a number of fields, and Salt Lake Community College can help you find the program that matches your experience and goals, and can get you into the job market quickly. See School
Careers in manufacturing engineering technology focus on system design and include analysis, diagnostic measurements, supervision, operations, communications, and many other skills. There are many rewarding and high-paying job opportunities in the fields of Engineering and Technology, requiring proven skills and leadership. See School
Welders at all levels of expertise are in high demand. Do you like to work with your hands? Highly trained Welding Technicians know precision is key. Whether you just want to learn the basics of welding technologies or you are ready to dive into advanced welding techniques, you will learn the skills needed for a career in the welding industry. See School
Through a partnership agreement with Utah College of Applied Technology (UCAT) and Utah State University, you can apply your UCAT certificate/credential in welding, machining, or EDDT toward an Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree in General Technology. Completing the AAS degree in General Technology prepares you to advance your career in a high-demand industry. See School
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