Advanced manufacturing technology
Today’s manufacturing jobs require higher skill sets from workers – especially those jobs within the automotive, aerospace, electronics, medical devices, plastics, food and beverage and defense/military sectors. This new major focuses on using cutting-edge technology, innovative applications and best practices to improve processes and deliver more complex and highly functional products to meet today’s workforce needs. You’ll become familiar with 3-D printing, CNC (computer numerically controlled) operation/programming, simulation and analysis, high-precision machining, robotics and other intelligent production systems.
Along with general Stark State financial aid and scholarship opportunities, the College offers some scholarships specifically for engineering students.