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An associate degree often is earned in general areas of study that include the humanities, business, social science, science and technical fields. Credits earned in pursuit of an associate degree can be used toward obtaining a bachelor’s degree.

 

A study in technology can introduce students to the integration of technology within a wide range of industries. Application for computer systems, machines and electrical devices as an option for solving human problems can often become the foundation for these studies.

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Youth for Understanding USA

The Community College Program matches you with the Technology Studies program that best fits your needs. With YFU you will pursue your Associates Degree in in the area of ... [+]

The Community College Program matches you with the Technology Studies program that best fits your needs. With YFU you will pursue your Associate's Degree in in the area of Technology Studies while learning about life in the U.S. and your immediate community. Students have the opportunity to take courses in a variety of subjects to explore interests, expand knowledge, and participate in traditional American past-times and student activities.

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USA Washington
September 2019
Full-time
Campus
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College

As a graduate of the two-year Electro-Mechanical Technology associate degree, you're prepared for the electro-mechanical technician career as well as a number of other re ... [+]

Electro-mechanical technicians maintain and repair electro-mechanical equipment including drive systems, position sensors, cabling, and automatic production equipment; work with mechanical and/or electrical engineers to install and evaluate electro-mechanical systems, and build mock-ups of production equipment. As a graduate of the two-year Electro-Mechanical Technology associate degree, you're prepared for the electro-mechanical technician career as well as a number of other related professions - automated equipment technician, electronics technician, field service technician, fluid power technician, and installation technician.

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A graduate of this program will have the potential for employment in the following areas:... [-]

USA Green Bay Marinette
May 2019
Full-time
2 years
Campus
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College

Mechanical design technicians apply knowledge of mechanical engineering technology to design, develop, and test new or revised machinery. Working primarily on a computer ... [+]

Mechanical design technicians apply knowledge of mechanical engineering technology to design, develop, and test new or revised machinery. Working primarily on a computer utilizing 2D drafting or 3D modeling programs, you assist product engineers by detailing sections of machine designs. As a graduate of the Mechanical Design Technology program, you're also equipped for such careers as detailer and mechanical drafter. With additional education and/or work experience, you may also become a product designer, lead designer, project engineer, or technical sales/service representative.

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USA Green Bay
August 2019
Full-time
2 months
Campus
Gateway Technical College

Prepare for a high-tech manufacturing career with Gateway’s Advanced Manufacturing Technology associate degree program. Advanced manufacturing combines mechanical, electr ... [+]

Prepare for a high-tech manufacturing career with Gateway’s Advanced Manufacturing Technology associate degree program. Advanced manufacturing combines mechanical, electronic and information technology to streamline the manufacturing process through intelligent automation. Advanced manufacturing facilities use advanced software and robotics technology to make their processes as efficient as possible. If you enjoy troubleshooting technology and working hands-on with machinery, this program is for you.

Learning By Doing

Students in the Advanced Manufacturing Technology program will graduate with a wide range of hands-on skills and experience using the tools, equipment and technology used in advanced manufacturing facilities, including FANUC robots, hydraulics and pneumatics equipment, Allen Bradley/Rockwell PLCs, automated process equipment, Snap-on Multimeters, Textronix oscilloscopes, and Starrett Precision measuring instruments. You’ll also gain real-world experience programming CNC machining centers, troubleshooting computer networks, programming and interfacing Rockwell PLCs, and interfacing digital logic circuits.... [-]

USA Elkhorn Sturtevant
August 2019
Full-time
2 years
Campus
Seward County Community College

Students in the SCCC diesel technology program learn mechanical skills to service and repair diesel-powered equipment. Featuring modern and late-model engines, the SCCC d ... [+]

The diesel technology program at Seward County Community College features modern late-model engines, such as a C-15 Caterpillar and 60 Series Detroit, to train students. Students are required to have a basic set of tools upon entering the program, tool suppliers and a tool fair will be available to assist students in their selection process.

Diesel technology students at SCCC learn:

Leadership skills for management training. Organizational skills for record keeping and failure analysis. Mechanical skills to service and repair diesel-powered equipment. Computer skills to diagnose computer controlled engines, transmissions, and vehicle electrical systems. Curriculum

Suggested courses and information provided on curriculum pages are not to be used in place of academic advisement from the student's assigned advisor. Students should always visit with an advisor before enrollment to ensure selected options contribute to the overall course of study, academic schedule, and student success.... [-]

USA Liberal
September 2019
Full-time
2 years
Campus
Seward County Community College

Automotive technology encompasses the inspection, repair, and maintenance of a vehicle’s mechanical and electronic systems. Students in the SCCC automotive technology pro ... [+]

The automotive mechanic's technology program at Seward County Community College provides students with the challenge of accurately diagnosing and correctly repairing late model cars and light trucks. This program is certified by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). Students train to become successful automotive technicians while learning basic mechanical skills as well as complex diagnostic procedures.

Automotive mechanics technology students at SCCC:

Receive hands-on and classroom training through the use of textbooks, videotapes, computer programs, manufacturers training materials, service manuals, training modules, and guest speakers. Use up-to-date equipment such as electronic test equipment, computerized information systems, and professional quality tools to correctly and safely perform tasks. Work on real problems provided through customer-owned vehicles. Curriculum ... [-]
USA Liberal
September 2019
Full-time
2 years
Campus