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Local Colleges Offering Manufacturing Programs and Courses

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Manufacturing Programs and Courses

Dutchess Community College

Electrical Technology (ELT)

A.A.S. program that prepares students for entry level work in electro-mechanical technician trade OR for transfer degree programs at other SUNYs.

Engineering Science (Transfer) (ES)

A.S. program for students looking to transfer to four-year university to pursue engineering.

Both programs are offered for credit. Some classes are still available for the spring 2021 semester. Apprentices may be eligible for course waivers based on previous experience.

DCC offers flexible course schedules, including weekend and night classes. To learn more about these programs, contact Laraine Kautz, at 845-431-8905 or laraine.kautz@sunydutchess.edu


Ulster Community College

Pre-Apprenticeship Program (credit-bearing or non credit-bearing)
Micro Credential in Advanced Manufacturing – 2 Courses

Engineering Science (A.S.)

Aeronautical, Civil, Industrial, Mechanical, and Nuclear Engineering Concentration, A.S.
Chemical Engineering Concentration, A.S.
Computer Engineering Concentration, A.S.
Electrical Engineering Concentration, A.S.

Industrial Technology

Drafting & Design Technology, A.A.S.
Drafting & Design Technology, A.S.
Manufacturing Technology Certificate

Both programs are offered for credit.
 
The following manufacturing courses are still available for the spring semester:

-CNC Programming
-CNC Advanced Operating
-Advanced MasterCam
-Materials and Manufacturing Processes
-Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T)

To find out more about pre-apprenticeship training or course registration, contact Barbara Reer at 845-802-7171 or reerb@sunyulster.edu.


Westchester Community College

Civil Technology (A.A.S.)

Students learn skills in construction methods and materials estimating, management, contracts, codes and specifications, highway theory and design, and properties of materials. 

Engineering Science (A.S.)

Students will learn the fundamental concepts of calculus, chemistry, physics, electricity, energy, engineering mechanics, and computer science.

Mechanical Technology (A.A.S.)

Students will learn theoretical and practical aspects of product design and manufacturing.

Electrical Technology (A.A.S.)

Students will understand basic electronic equipment, electronic communication, and to design electronic control equipment.

Computer Science (A.S.)

Students will learn technical aspects of computing and the fundamental theories and algorithms of programming. 

For more information about WCC’s programs, contact Charles McGinnis at Charles.Mcginnis@sunywcc.edu


Rockland Community College

Engineering Science (A.S.)

Tracks available:

Aerospace/Mechanical
Biomedical/Chemical
Civil Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Environmental Engineering
General
Industrial Engineering

Automotive Technology (A.A.S.)

Prepares students for entry-level positions in automotive industry.

 
Contact Dr. Penny Jennings at pjennings@sunyrockland.edu to learn more.

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