Offered at Levelland Campus, the SPC Reese Center, the Lubbock Center and the Plainview Extension Center
The Industrial Manufacturing/Emerging Technologies program is designed to prepare graduates to proficiently perform within various specialties of the manufacturing profession. Students choose from five Specialties of the manufacturing profession. Students choose from five Specialty Career Tracks, which include semiconductor/electronics specialization, machinist specialization, network communications specialization, mechatronics specialization and petroleum/alternative energy specialization. Successful completion of the curriculum awards an Associate of Applied Science Degree. To qualify for the Associate of Applied Science degree, students must complete a Capstone Experience which includes passing a comprehensive examination during final semester of the program.
Program advisor at the Levelland campus and SPC Reese center is Raymund Elizondo, professor of Industrial Manufacturing/Emerging Technologies. Program advisor at the Lubbock Center is Rodney Busby, Instructor in Industrial Manufacturing / Emerging Technologies.
Program advisor on Plainview Campus is Salvador Molinar, Instructor in Industrial Manufacturing / Emerging Technologies.
Associate of Applied Science Degree