Industrial Technology Programs
The Automotive Technology program is comprised of a 30-credit Certificate, a 62-credit Diploma and a 72-credit Associate in Applied Science Degree.
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The Gunsmithing and Firearms Technology program includes a 16-credit Firearms Technician Skills Certificate, an additional 16-credit Gunsmithing and Firearms Technician Apprentice Certificate, and a Gunsmithing and Firearms Technician Journeymen Diploma at an additional 36 credits.
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The Robotics/Automation program is designed to prepare students for working with today’s advanced industrial, medical, and mobile robotics systems; students will be engaged in exciting, hands-on projects and will learn how robots operate and interact with their environment and other support-technologies.
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PTC’s advanced manufacturing technology program with an emphasis in robotics trains future leaders of robotics and intelligent automation enterprises in the principles and practices of robotics and automation science and engineering.
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Plastics Technicians are needed for the demands of the rapidly growing plastics industry; these demands include the operation of processing equipment and the transforming of polymers, otherwise known as plastics, into useable products. PTC’s plastics technology program offers extensive, hands-on, laboratory experience using state-of-the-art, industrial scale molding machines equipped with computers and robotic arms.
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The Advanced Manufacturing Technology - Computer Controlled Precision Manufacturing Emphasis program includes a 28-credit Certificate, a 45-credit Diploma, and a 60-credit Associate in Applied Science Degree.
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The Advanced Manufacturing Technology -- Prototyping Reverse Engineering program is a 16-credit Certificate. Completion of the Computer Controlled Precision Machining Diploma or instructor-validated industry experience is necessary prior to enrolling in this program.
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Called 360°, a special collaboration of several MnSCU institutions are offering four unique, distance-learning certificates including Production Technologies, Machine Technologies, Automation Technologies, and Welding Technology.
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Comprised of several colleges, including PTC, the AME Alliance is working to provide specialized training programs that will prepare workers for employment in the many niche advanced manufacturing sectors.
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