Take your manufacturing career to the next level with this Associate Degree program.
● Classes start September 2014 ● Green Bay campus
This Associate Degree program can help you transition into a leadership role by preparing you to lead a facility’s development, production and manufacturing. The coursework covers principles of:
- General management
- Manufacturing and production systems
- Plant management
- Equipment maintenance management
- Production control
- Industrial labor relations and skilled trades supervision
- Strategic manufacturing policy
- Systems analysis
- Productivity analysis and cost control
- Materials planning
You CAN Earn Your Degree While Working Full Time!
With flexible course offerings, this program allows you to work toward your degree while working at your full-time job. The 11 technical studies courses are delivered in a variety of formats. Plus, several courses are offered with a compressed 7-week schedule in which you can learn and complete assignments outside of class time.
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