2019-2020 College Catalog

Manufacturing and Industrial Technology


Manufacturing and Industrial Technology

Manufacturing and Industrial Technology (MIT)

Skilled workers such as machine operators and maintenance technicians are in high demand in Oregon and across the United States. The Manufacturing and Industrial Technology program combines traditional skills like welding, machining, and fluid power while focusing on efficiency and process control. This field is hands- on and requires a knowledge of processes, the ability to trouble shoot, and a dedication to quality in workmanship. If you have an interest in a hands-on career and working with mechanical and industrial systems, then this program may be a good fit for you.

Career opportunities as maintenance technicians in electro-mechanical systems and automation are available in Tillamook and across Oregon.

High school students can earn college credit for some courses. See your high school counselor to learn more.

Associate of Applied Science in Manufacturing & Industrial Technology: 90 credits

All degree candidates must meet Comprehensive Requirements, and the AAS degree requirements.

The Associate of Applied Science in Manufacturing and Industrial Technology has five Career Pathway certificates. All courses earned toward certificates also count toward the degree.

Production Technician Career Pathway Certificate: 13 Credits

Students who successfully complete this certificate are prepared to sit for the certification exam through the Manufacturing Skills and Standards Council (MSSC).

There are four career pathway certificates in Manufacturing Technician with specialization in:

  • Welding: 31 Credits
  • Machining: 34 Credits
  • Millwright: 32 Credits
  • Electrical: 29 Credits

Program Learning Outcomes

Students who successfully complete the program will be able to:

  • Demonstrate the technical knowledge and skills necessary for industrial/manufacturing systems
  • Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, using language appropriate to industrial and manufacturing environments.
  • Perform troubleshooting/problem solving processes as applied to industrial situations.
  • Apply correct mathematical and scientific principles necessary to a mechanized production environment.
  • Employ the principles of the customer-business relationship within a manufacturing environment.

Degree Worksheet

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Degree Map

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 AAS Manufacturing and Industrial Technology Two Year Map_072319 

Career Pathways Roadmap

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Certified Production Technician: 13 Credits

IMT 102Industrial Safety (OSHA)


IMT 222Lean Manufacturing and Process Control


IMT 230Techniques of Preventive Maintenance


MCH 102Introduction to Manufacturing


Green Technology Certification Opportunity

GT 106Introduction to Green Technologies