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Purpose
The program is designed to:
• provide the basic academic and hands-on skills for entry-level technician positions in rapidly evolving fields such as nanotechnology, electro-mechanical technology, manufacturing;
• prepare students become competitive in the labor market for technicians;
• provide quality training needed for individuals seeking employment with regional employers such as LANL, Intel, Bechtel, Qwest, PNM.

 

Program Description
The degree program includes general education core classes and a group of basic technical courses.
Each participant in this degree program will select one area of concentration which contains specialized technical training courses. Initially, 4 areas of concentration may be offered:

1) Electro-Mechanical Technology,
2) Nanotechnology,
3) Manufacturing Technology
4) Solar Technology
Other concentration areas will be added as needed or requested. The core curriculum classes in the degree program will be offered each year and technical courses will be offered on a 1 – 3 year basis as needed for cohorts of students progressing through the program.

 

Program Curriculum

Core Classes
Math – College Algebra, Trigonometry
English – Composition, Technical Communications
Science – General Chemistry, Introduction to Physics
Computer Science – Computer Aided Drafting and Design
Communication – Public Speaking

 

Technical Courses
Introduction to Drafting
Blueprint Reading
Machining
Welding
Electronics – Electronic Devices, Electronics Lab
Material Science & lab
Safety in the Workplace

 

Service-learning
Students have the opportunity to use skills and knowledge in real-life situations by working on projects connected to their chosen area of concentration.

 

pdf Applied Technologies Brochure

 

Contact Program Coordinator

Irina Alvestad at (505) 661-4696 or irina@unm.edu

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