Advanced Manufacturing Technology

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Why Advanced Manufacturing Technology?

WVU Parkersburg’s Advanced Manufacturing Technology prepares graduates for careers in the manufacturing sector. Advanced manufacturing technology graduates repair, troubleshoot and maintain a variety of manufacturing equipment including commercial electrical and mechanical systems. Hands-on courses give our graduates practical experience in automation, instrumentation and process control systems, as well as basic machining skills in order to facilitate working with modern equipment.

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Examples of potential career positions include:

  • Multicraft Technician
  • Electrical and Instrumentation Technician
  • Pipefitter
  • Millwright
  • Industrial Maintenance Technician

Average wage: $15.74 – $26.15/hour.

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