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Advanced Manufacturing AAS

This 3-year program provides students with a clear pathway from secondary education to full-time employment with career advancement through a three-year apprenticeship. The program engages students in their junior year of high school to begin progression toward a completed apprenticeship in mechanical or electrical production. Additional specialty tracks will be available to students and industry partners in the future, while the core content in advanced manufacturing remains the foundation of the degree.

Occupation

Salary / Monthly Openings

Entry-Level Wages: $15.60 - $24.98
Openings:

Occupational Data, 2022, Salt Lake County, Lightcast Economic Modeling

Certification

● Associate of Applied Science in Advanced Manufacturing 16 courses 3 years $5,680

Courses

Title Time Commitment Funding Available Investment
Orientation to Advanced Manufacturing 16 Weeks
First Year Advanced Manufacturing Apprenticeship Capstone 16 Weeks
Technology and Professional Development I 16 Weeks
Advanced Manufacturing Principles I 16 Weeks
Technology and Professional Development II 16 Weeks
Second Year Advanced Manufacturing Apprenticeship Capstone 16 Weeks
Advanced Manufacturing Principles II 16 Weeks
Third Year Advanced Manufacturing Apprenticeship Capstone 16 Weeks
Tools and Their Uses 16 Weeks
Fasteners and Assembly 16 Weeks
Carpentry and Fabrication 16 Weeks
Fluid Power Systems 16 Weeks
Electrical Fundamentals for Advanced Manufacturing 16 Weeks
IPC/WHMA and Motor Controls 16 Weeks
Power Distribution Systems 16 Weeks
Electrical Troubleshooting and Repair 16 Weeks

Benefits

Upon completion students may be offered a full-time position by their host company

The State of Utah was one of only seven states where more than 10% of the workforce was employed in advanced manufacturing

FAQ

* How do I enroll in this program?

- This program is only open to students in their Junior Year of high school. Students will apply to the program through Stadler Rail, the host company. For more information on how to apply, please reach out to Beau Smith

* Is it possible to enroll in this program without a host company?

- No, this program is only open to current Stadler Rail employees

Funding

Contact

Beau Smith | Beau.smith@slcc.edu | 801-957-2224