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    Dec 15, 2018  
2018-2019 | Academic Catalog 
    
2018-2019 | Academic Catalog

Engineering and Manufacturing


Are you intrigued by how things come together? If so, than Engineering and Manufacturing may be the career pathway for you! This is your opportunity to become an engineer who looks at the big picture, but who can also dissect processes, in order to troubleshoot and come up with innovative solutions. You will be able to combine real-world experiences with education via Edison State's cutting-edge laboratory and hands-on internships. We will ensure that you have the skills necessary to thrive in today's fast-paced, technology-driven environments!

Undecided? ► START BIG
Not sure exactly what you want to do? Start by taking some core general engineering and manufacturing courses that will apply to any of our engineering and manufacturing programs. This may help you decide which specific path you want to take.

Explore Specific Engineering and Manufacturing Pathways ►

Degrees ►

Advanced Manufacturing Systems  
Automation and Robotics  
Electro-Mechanical Engineering  
Electronics Transfer  
Industrial Equipment Supervision  
Industrial Operations  
Mechanical Design  
Mechanical Transfer 

Operations Technology    

Certificates ►
Edison State offers technical certificates within career program areas. Courses outlined in each certificate can lead to an Associate degree for the program sponsoring the certificate. Students generally receive certificates for the completion of 30-37 semester hours of coursework. A certificate can be completed in twelve months.

Advanced Manufacturing Systems   
Automation and Robotics    
CAD/CAE    
Electro-Mechanical    
Electronics Networking    
Factory Automation    
Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration   

Operations Technology   
Supply Chain Management   


Short-Term Technical Certificates ►
Short-Term Technical Certificates give students the skills needed to enter a new career field or to advance in their current role and can be completed in under a year.

Advanced Manufacturing Systems    
Basic Electricity   
Basic Human Relations    
Computer-Aided Design   
CNC Programming  
Electronics Networking   
Factory Automation   
Industrial Electrical Controls   
Lean Manufacturing   
Manufacturing Management   
Print Reading and Controls   
Quality Management   
Six Sigma   
Supply Chain Management  
 


Is this the right fit for you? ►
Learn more about yourself and how you align with this career field by visiting Career and Job Services.