Automated manufacturing is the standard by which most industries produce a product. These industries need technicians to design, repair, and install this equipment in todays advanced manufacturing environment.
Have you ever wondered what is inside your cell phone? Ever thought about taking apart your video game system to see how it works? How about wondering what makes a television work? If you answered yes to the above questions, then Electronics Technology/Nanofabrication is for you.
Get a look into the high-tech world of advanced manufacturing. Learn how to read engineered drawings, identify and use traditional hand tools, as well as highly accurate measuring tools.
The curriculum includes activities and real world projects with state-of-the-art equipment and trainers. When combined with traditional mathematics and science courses this program introduces students to the world of engineering.