Current Class List for Fall 2020

Please note: Information regarding COVID-19 and facility reopening information can be found at www.kellogg.edu/industrial. 

 

MANUFACTURING, SKILLED TRADES & APPLIED TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMMING
Offered at the BACC in partnership with Kellogg Community College.
CONTACT KARI ROBERTS AT 517-279-5753 OR AT
evening@branch-isd.org FOR MORE INFORMATION

Industrial Electricity & Electronics 

Monday & Wednesday, Begins September 9 from 5:00-8:00 p.m.

Please note: Information regarding COVID-19 and facility reopening information can be found at www.kellogg.edu/industrial. 

In the processes of advanced manufacturing and electrical construction, electrical and electronic control systems are crucial components that require sophisticated computer programming, monitoring and diagnostics skills. The Industrial Electricity and Electronics Program at Kellogg Community College prepares students to install, maintain and repair such systems.

Unlike traditional academic courses, the offerings in KCC’s Industrial Electricity and Electronics Program consist of short modules that are components of larger units. Modules are often less than 1 credit apiece and can be completed at a student’s own pace in a matter of hours or days. Units range from one to 30 modules, depending on the area of instruction.

Kellogg Community College offers the following Industrial Electricity and Electronics Program credentials:

Industrial Electricity and Electronics Certificate (30 credits)

Associate in Applied Science: Industrial Electricity and Electronics (60 credits)

Associate in Applied Science: Skilled Trades (60 credits)

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MANUFACTURING, SKILLED TRADES & APPLIED TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMMING
Offered at the BACC in partnership with Kellogg Community College.
CONTACT KARI ROBERTS AT 517-279-5753 OR AT
evening@branch-isd.org FOR MORE INFORMATION

Please note: Information regarding COVID-19 and facility reopening information can be found at www.kellogg.edu/industrial. 

Industrial Machining Technology

Monday & Wednesday- Begins September 9  2020 from 5-8 p.m.

Every sector of industry is dependent upon people with specialized machining technology training in such areas as automotive, aerospace, medical supply, furniture, metals/metal products, plastics, machinery and renewable energy. These highly skilled experts work with designers and engineers to make fixtures, dies, molds, gauges and other industry-specific parts which support the manufacturing process.

Unlike traditional academic courses, the offerings in KCC’s Industrial Machining Technology Program consist of short modules that are components of larger units. Modules are often less than 1 credit apiece and can be completed at a student’s own pace in a matter of hours or days. Units range from one to 30 modules, depending on the area of instruction.

The Industrial Machining Technology Program at Kellogg Community College prepares students with hands-on skills to create precision components.

Kellogg Community College offers the following Industrial Machining Technology Program credentials:

Industrial Machining Technology Certificate (30 credits)

Associate in Applied Science: Industrial Machining Technology (60 credits)

Associate in Applied Science: Skilled Trades (60 credits)

 

MANUFACTURING, SKILLED TRADES & APPLIED TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMMING
Offered at the BACC in partnership with Kellogg Community College.
CONTACT KARI ROBERTS AT 517-279-5753 OR AT
evening@branch-isd.org FOR MORE INFORMATION

Please note: Information regarding COVID-19 and facility reopening information can be found at www.kellogg.edu/industrial. 

Industrial Technology

Monday & Wednesday:  September 9, 2020, from 5:00-8:00 p.m.

The Industrial Technology Program at Kellogg Community College trains students in the fundamentals of how to install, maintain and repair manufacturing equipment in a variety of settings, from the robotic machines that assemble products to the hydraulics and pneumatics that control mechanical motion. Simply put, this program will teach students how to figure things out.

It’s designed for students who like taking things apart, solving complex problems, understanding how things work and don’t mind getting dirty.

Unlike traditional academic courses, the offerings in KCC’s Industrial Technology Program consist of short modules that are components of larger units. Modules are often less than 1 credit apiece and can be completed at a student’s own pace in a matter of hours or days. Units range from one to 30 modules, depending on the area of instruction.

Kellogg Community College offers the following Industrial Technology Program credentials:

Industrial Technology Certificate (30 credits)

Associate in Applied Science: Industrial Technology (60 credits)