This program educates students in the areas of design and analysis of the resources, facilities, processes, and people involved in modern manufacturing.
Career opportunities in today's computer based manufacturing environment have never been more exciting or more challenging!
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Additional information may be obtained by calling the Engineering & Science Technology Department at 330-972-7051 or contacting Academic Advising Services.
Please note: Listed credits for the Baccalaureate Degree are credits required after Associate Degree program is completed. The information in these file(s) is current as of November 30, 2011.