Advanced Manufacturing

Advanced Manufacturing

Advanced Manufacturing

Does an Advanced Manufacturing Career work for you?

  • Interest in electronics, computers, machines and robots

  • Variety of job options

  • Like to fix things and learn how they work

  • "Get it done" kind of person

  • One degree. Many career options.

  • Median pay $29 an hour*

  • High probability for advancement

  • Hands-on work

Job Outlook: Strong.


  • Strong partnerships with employers
  • Experienced professors with many years in the manufacturing field
  • Internships and Apprenticeships Available
  • Hands-on, industry-specific training equipment at DACC Students may earn multiple industry certifications
  • Affordable with many financial aid options

Here's the Story:

This diverse training provides several career options when students graduate.The program cover s
electronics, computers, robotics, manufacturing, welding and other manufacturing-related fields.
The program involves a high degree of hands-on learning opportunities. Graduates are prepared for a
number of positions in the manufacturing field including plant maintenance.

This is an occupational program typically not designed to transfer; however, this program has been
articulated to some senior institutions.