You're a problem solver with a love for all things high-tech and hands-on. There's a place for you in advanced manufacturing. Our programs in engineering & technology, manufacturing process, and production will help you get there.
Get the salary you deserve. Our 2018 grads from four Manufacturing programs reported earning a median starting salary between $42,584 and $51,507. See more high-pay programs.
Need flexibility? With the Electro-Mechanical Technology degree, you may choose to take one credit at a time. Plus, you can work at your own pace and come into the lab when it works for you. Learn more about Electro-Mechanical Technology.
Go on to earn your bachelor’s degree. Did you know you can save $1,000s in tuition by starting your four-year degree at NWTC? Credits in many of our Manufacturing programs transfer seamlessly to four-year colleges or universities. See where your NWTC credits will take you.
Interested in Industry 4.0? Learn about new additive manufacturing and data analytics programs being developed for 2021 – and see current degrees related to Industry 4.0.