Advanced Manufacturing Technology Degree
WVU Parkersburg’s Advanced Manufacturing Technology program 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.
Learn And Earn Program
West Virginia University at Parkersburg offers students the opportunity to gain paid work experience while completing their associate in Advanced Manufacturing Technology through a state-funded program called Learn and Earn.
The Learn and Earn program is sponsored by the West Virginia Community and Technical College System, and is part of the Workforce Development Initiative Program. It is an opportunity to create partnerships between industry and community and technical colleges by allowing students hands-on learning experience, and employers to train ideal future employees.
Associate of Applied Science in Advanced Manufacturing Technology
Our Associate of Applied Science in Advanced Manufacturing Technology prepares graduates for the manufacturing processes related to traditional machine tools and CNC automated machining centers. We created this program in response to support the expanding Hino Motors operations in the Mid-Ohio Valley. At the core of this program is the design and application of effective solutions related to manufacturing, packaging, and distribution to keep up with industry needs.
What can I do with this degree?
Graduates repair, troubleshoot and maintain a variety of manufacturing equipment including commercial electrical and mechanical systems.
Estimated rates for the current academic year. Additional course fees may apply and rates are subject to change.