Q: What is a typical salary for a position in this field?
According to Indeed.com, salaries range from $55,000 to $85,000 per year.
Q) Is the part time program offered in the evenings or on weekends? Can I work while I attend?
Most courses are scheduled weekday mornings, afternoons, and evenings and a lot of people find part- time work manageable. Presently, classes are not offered on the weekends.
Q) How long is the program? Can I complete it on a part-time basis?
The program is three semesters certification course. We also plan to offer Part Time courses. Part-time basis is determined by the number of courses you plan to take or have completed prior to formal program acceptance.
Q) What exactly is Additive Manufacturing?
Additive Manufacturing is an emerging technology, often referred to as 3D Printing technology. It is the process of using a digital model to make a three-dimensional solid object by adding layers of materials consecutively.
Q) What type of skill set will I obtain upon completion of the program?
Upon completion, you will achieve knowledge of 3D computer-aided drafting software, 3D scanners, 3D printers, reverse engineering and inspection, Computer Numerical Control (CNC), and new equipment- related software.