Metal--the substance that revolutionized how cultures formed and survived. Ready to learn how to master it?
The Associate of Applied Science in Metals Technology degree at SFCC offers broad-based training that combines machine tool and welding technologies curriculum. It provides an excellent foundation for a wide variety of metalworking-related occupations that are in high demand and pay well.
This programs prepares students for jobs in production, maintenance, machining, welding, construction, manufacturing, maintenance or servicing industries. Hands-on instruction and learning opportunities provide students the skills and competencies needed to succeed in the industrial workplace.
Students interested in a metals technology career need to have:
- Good eyesight and hand-eye coordination
- Manual dexterity
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Fielding Technical Center, Room 286