CCBC launches new AAS degree to prepare skilled workers for Next-Generation Manufacturing
May 17, 2015
Classes beginning fall semester 2015 on the Catonsville campus
The Community College of Baltimore County has recently received approval from the Maryland Higher Education Commission (MHEC) to offer an associate degree in Design, Fabrication and Advanced Manufacturing. Classes in skills that range from digital design, rapid prototyping, production, computer-aided machining to 21st Century manufacturing strategy and technology commercialization will begin in fall 2015. The two-year, 60-credit program leading to an Associate of Applied Science degree is designed for individuals who have a career interest in manufacturing, industrial engineering or design. A strong background or interest in math and science is ideal, but not required.” Core courses include but are not limited to: Introduction to Computer Aided Design, Solid Modeling, Numerically Controlled Machines and Milling, Logic and OO Design, Digital Fabrication and Next Generation Manufacturing Strategies.
For more information about this new degree path, contact Ken Burch at 443.840.5103, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.