Industrial Technology, A.S. Degree
Employment in manufacturing industries in Illinois accounts for nearly 17 percent of Illinois’ non-farm employment. Three subcategories of durable goods manufacturers—primary metals, fabricated metals, and industrial machinery—together employ more than 300,000 Illinoisans. Programs of study as described in this recommendation include machining standards that comply with those outlined by the National Institute for Manufacturing Skills and the Illinois Occupational Skills Standards Machining Skills Cluster.
Degrees and Certificates
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