The Industrial Manufacturing Technology (IMFG) program provides students with a broad range of mechanical, electrical, and electronic skills. Students are provided with a learner-centered curriculum based on integrated academic and technical content, employability skills, along with work-based learning opportunities that enable them to connect what they are learning with real-live work scenarios. The program is closely aligned with the needs of employers, industry, and labor.
Graduates who earn credentials in this program work in various industries to make or process raw materials into finished products using industrial machines.
Students must maintain a 2.0 grade point average and complete all required courses to graduate from this program. Completion time depends on course load, course withdrawals, and repeat courses. The program takes approximately four semesters to complete based on full-time status (15+ hours per semester).
The estimated program cost per semester (subject to change) is $2,243 (based on highest credential available).
Credentials and Exit Points
The credentials and exit points for IMFG are listed below. Students who pursue the highest credential for this program (Associate of Applied Science) have the opportunity to finish each semester with a competency certificate.
CTS – CERTIFICATION FOR MANUFACTURING (C4M)
CTS – INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN
CTS – MILLWRIGHT APPRENTICE
CTS – CNC OPERATOR
CTS – ELECTRICAL TECHNICIAN
TD – INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY
AAS – ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE IN TECHNICAL STUDIES
Certificate of Technical Studies (CTS), Technical Diploma (TD), Associate of Applied Science (AAS)
Visit the CLTCC manufacturing website at www.cltccmanufacturing.com to learn more about the program.