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Advanced Manufacturing and Robotics Technologies
2-year AAS degree

This multi-skilled degree prepares you for an exciting and rewarding career in the high demand, advanced manufacturing careers of product design, CNC machining/forming, production welding and quality control.  Possessing multiple skill sets in today's workforce prepares you well for career advancements and increased earnings throughout your lifetime.

Graduates of this program can go on to complete a four-year degree at UNI.

Students in this program may be eligible to have half their tuition paid for by the Kibbie Grant.

Advanced Manufacturing and Robotics Technologies


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