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Advanced Industrial Design and Technology

The Advanced Industrial Design and Technology program prepares students for employment or advancement in the fields of fabrication, manufacturing and industrial design, with an emphasis on emerging technologies and strategies.

Students will be equipped to compete in the modern job market, as the program combines traditional fabrication tools with modern design and fabrication processes including laser cutting, 3D printing, 3D scanning and Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) machining.

The program, which is part of the Technology and Engineering Pathway offers a degree option, as well as four certificates focused on CNC and manual machining skills. Machining students learn to manufacture parts from metal and plastics using saws, surface grinders, manual mills and lathes and CNC machining centers and CNC lathes.


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John Lyons

Program Coordinator