Our program instruction is primarily delivered in workgroups, with peers, mentors, and machines. Delivery uses a problem-solving based learning approach which reflects standard industry practice in the field of advanced manufacturing.
Giving students a full spectrum of digital fabrication implementations and opportunities, learning includes but is not limited to:
- 2D and 3D Design for Advanced Manufacturing (CAD/CAM)
- 3D Scanning and Reverse Engineering
- Additive Manufacturing (3D printing)
- Subtractive Manufacturing (CNC machining)
- Entrepreneurial Studies
- Automation and Robotics for Advanced Manufacturing
- Emerging Technologies.