Associate Degree in Technology Studies
Are you interested in an inexpensive pathway to a 4-year institution or specializing in a technical field and entering the workforce? Now you can take your passion and skills to work in the technical field of your choice. Take the first step today with the Associate Degree in Technology Studies program at MxCC.
Technology Studies: Manufacturing Machine Technology Option at MxCC
The Technology Studies program at Middlesex Community College is a specialized curriculum that helps you begin technology or engineering technology studies at any of the state’s 12 Community Colleges, with the ultimate goal of achieving a four-year, bachelor’s degree in engineering or technology. In addition to the statewide pathway program, we offer specialized training in manufacturing technology. Our mission is to prepare students for rewarding and lucrative careers in manufacturing and to provide local manufacturers the skilled human resources required to compete in the global economy. Along the way, you have the opportunity to earn an associate degree, gain sought-after skills and explore careers in fields projected to enjoy employment growth in the coming years. This program allows you to continue related studies at participating colleges and universities statewide without any loss of credit.
This program provides a primary level of essential skills and knowledge to individuals seeking a career in the machine technology profession. Our associate degree program combines a general studies background with the technical skills provided by the certificate program. This program is designed to provide students with the opportunity to earn a two year degree with the option of providing seamless transfer to four year institutions in the state. Let us help you get started today!
The Technology Science degree program at Middlesex Community College is part of the School of Technology through the Connecticut Community College system. It is a 65-66 credit track of study that typically takes full-time students about two years to complete. You will gain knowledge in areas including chemistry, physics, mathematics, technology, chemistry, manufacturing, and more. Middlesex offers a Manufacturing Machine Technology option or you can transfer your credits to another state community college that offers other options. Transfer to a four-year college to receive a bachelor’s degree in science.
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For more information, contact:
Program Coordinator for the CT Advanced Manufacturing Initiative
Office Location: Wheaton 217
Office Hours: Tuesdays 6:30 – 8:30 PM, Wednesdays 12:00 – 3:00 PM, Thursdays 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM & 6:30 – 8:30 PM (Meriden Lab)
Internship & Employment Coordinator for the CT Advanced Manufacturing Initiative
Office Location: Founders Hall, Room 104A
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