Manufacturing / Engineering

Manufacturing / Engineering Career Pathway

 

 

Think of all the things that are manufactured in the USA and it’s easy to see why careers in manufacturing are lucrative and plentiful. New technologies and the use of robotics demand that professionals in manufacturing are more skilled than ever before.

Manufacturers produce numerous products in daily demand by consumers. People employed in manufacturing perform in areas such as planning and managing the processing of materials into intermediate or final products. They also deal with related professional and technical support activities such as production planning and control, maintenance, and manufacturing process engineering.

Many employers face recruitment difficulties because many students do not consider manufacturing careers. With the advances in technology and use of robotics, there are more job opportunities requiring advanced technical skills and higher levels of education. Employers want workers with good communication and problem solving skills since new manufacturing processes, such as ‘lean’ manufacturing, require workers to be able to perform many different tasks depending on where they are most needed. There are many job opportunities in manufacturing.

Courses of Study:

Foundations of Manufacturing & Materials Science

This is the introductory course for the Manufacturing Career Pathway. This course provides students with opportunities to become familiar with related careers and develop fundamental technological literacy as they learn about the history, systems, and processes of manufacturing. In addition, the course will provide an overview of the safe use of tools and equipment used in the industry.

Robotics and Automated Systems
Upon completing this course, students will be able to apply their knowledge of Computer Aided Design (CAD), Computer Numerical Control (CNC), robotics, Computer Assisted Manufacturing (CAM), programmable logic controllers, Automated Guided Vehicles (AGV), and Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM).

<p >Production Enterprises
Students gain an understanding of how to design and implement a production system. Students learn how businesses engage in the production of products beginning with pre-production activities and continuing through post-production activities. Additionally, students will learn about the historical and societal impact of production. Students will also develop an understanding of careers available in manufacturing and the skills and education required for those careers. <p >Manufacturing Internship
Students are allowed to experience the workplace through an internship opportunity. Throughout the internship, the student will gain interpersonal skills, demonstrate work ethics, and work with various industrial processes including design and fabrication related to the field of manufacturing.

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