Manufacturing and Engineering Technology
Average wage =$26.56/hour *
The architectural graphics and design certificate allows you to develop skills in a specific area while completing the associate degree in engineering technology and design.
Average wage = $15.56-$28.87/hour *
An electrical apprenticeship is an occupational training program that combines on-the-job experience with classroom instruction in electrical theory, code, and application designed to meet government and/or industry regulations.
Average wage = $25.73-$34.17/hour *
Students are exposed to a broad range of skills to ensure graduates a rewarding career in the electronics field. The instructors in the electronics program have a wide variety of experiences and skills from working in the electronics industry.
Whether you plan to get your associate degree and go directly into the job market, or whether you plan to complete a bachelor’s degree in a related field, our engineering technology and design program has the flexibility to help you meet your goals.
Average wage = $24.93/hour *
Machinists are highly skilled operators of machine tools that fabricate parts from a wide variety of materials. Working from blueprints, sketches, or their own designs, these technicians produce precision parts. There is high demand in the job market for good machinists.
Average wage = $25.67/hour *
Casper College’s manufacturing and automation technology degree and certificate programs focus on high-tech manufacturing in the areas of laser manufacturing equipment, manual and computer-aided machine tool technology, and welding.
Average wage = $16.81 – $21.11/hour *
The technical education program at Casper College helps prepare you for entry-level positions in the construction industry. You’ll also take a variety of general education courses to prepare you for transferring to a four-year school to get a bachelor’s degree.
Average wage = $27.99/hour *
Students are exposed to a broad spectrum of career opportunities to ensure graduates a rewarding career in the field of welding and joining. Local industry provides instructors with a variety of challenges, which in turn allows the faculty to create a flexible work environment and relevant classroom experiences for students.
“Casper College is a great place to start, and for me, it didn’t make sense to go anywhere else. The instructors really want to see you succeed. As long as you want to work for it, they will work for you. In the future, I will be proud to have Casper College on my resume.”
— Shelby Whitman, engineering graduate (’18)
* Wage data for Natrona County taken from the report, “Wyoming Occupational Employment and Wages September 2019.”
† Most careers in engineering require additional education beyond the associate degree, and some require a graduate degree.