This 16 credit certificate introduces students to production technologies and information to start on a manufacturing career pathway. In the eight courses, topics include:
Introductory computer skills
Career Success Skills
These classes are entirely online and do not require any on-site lab work.
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View semester course schedule order by campus: Online
|Course #||Course Name||Credit(s)|
|CMAE 1502||Technical Mathematics||3|
|CMAE 1506||Intro to Computers||2|
|CMAE 1510||Print Reading||2|
|CMAE 1514||Safety Awareness||2|
|CMAE 1518||Manufacture Process/Prod||2|
|CMAE 1522||Quality Practices||2|
|CMAE 1526||Maintenance Awareness||2|
|CMAE 1528||Career Success Skills||1|
Northland Community & Technical College is more than just an education; it's an experience. When you take that experience out into the real world, you discover that it works! Whether you're looking for a stepping stone to a four-year degree, hands-on training to jump-start your career, or something in between - you'll find it here.
We know there are a number of reasons students consider transferring from their current college or university. We also know you might have concerns about transferring current course work, meeting program prerequisites, managing timelines, and more. As a transfer student, you’ll quickly discover that creating opportunities for your smooth transition to Northland is our top priority. Our transfer admissions specialists and academic counselors understand this is an important move for you and will do everything they can to make your transition as easy as possible.
Northland Community & Technical College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.