Advanced Manufacturing Technology

SPRING 2017

AMT is excited to welcome two new instructors! Terry McCleese is our new Training Manager for Computer Numerical Control (CNC). He brings 29 years of manufacturing experience as an operator and an engineer to help us develop our CNC program. Keil Roark brings 18 years of product development, manufacturing, quality and reliability experience with Chrysler, Cummins, and Ford. We are glad to have them on board! Stop by the new Manufacturing Center to say “hello!”

– Cory Lewison, AMT Dept. Chair

FALL 2016
AMTThe AMT department offers two degrees; an Associate of Science and a Bachelor of Science degree. These programs are for individuals who like hands-on, taking things apart, and finding out how things work on the inside. These programs are designed for people with good analytical thinking skills and who like to figure things out and solve problems. Both lead to well-paying careers in a field experiencing
solid growth.

We strive to create a challenging learning environment for students by requiring class projects that provide hands-on real-life practical applications they will encounter in industry. These projects also help them develop the applied skills to meet a constantly changing work place. There is a demand for skilled and educated Manufacturing Technicians with the ability to understand and apply technical solutions to the high tech and integrated manufacturing environment of today.

Please visit our new AMT Manufacturing Center! We have added Haas CNC (computer numerical control) Mill and Lathe. The students will start on realistic simulators just like on the machines.

– Cory Lewison, AMT Department Chair

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