Advanced Manufacturing Academy

Begin Your Manufacturing Career Now

Join the Advanced Manufacturing Career Academy and earn a Basic Electricity Certificate while you are still in high school. It’s free through EICC. And, the skills you learn are valued by manufacturers throughout our region and can lead to an entry-level position. After high school, keep going. Build on your certificate and earn an Engineering Technology diploma or AAS degree in less than two years. This is a great way to advance your skills and your career. 

Earn your Basic Electricity Certificate

During high school

  • ELE-101 Industrial Safety, 1 credit
  • ELE-216 DC Circuit Analysis, 3 credits
  • MAT-705 Industrial Math and Measurement I, 2 credits

 

  • ELE-217 AC Circuit Analysis, 3 credits
  • IND-134 Industrial Print Reading, 2 credits
  • MAT-706 Industrial Math and Measurement II, 2 credits

Award: Basic Electricity Certificate (13 credits)

Finish your degree after high school at Muscatine Community College

  • CSC:112 Computer Fundamentals for Technicians I/A, 2 credits
  • CSC:113 Computer Fundamentals for Technicians I/B, 2 credits
  • ELE:225 Electrical Motor Control & Power Distribution, 3 credits
  • ELT:309 Digital Circuits & Systems, 3 credits
  • ELT:312 Solid State Devices & Systems, 3 credits
  • PHY:185 Conceptual Physics Fundamentals I, 2 credits

Award: Basic Electronics Certificate (27 credits)

  • EGT:117 Fluid Power Fundamentals, 2 credits
  • ELT:123 Programmable Logic Controllers, 3 credits
  • ENG:107 Composition I: Technical Writing, 3 credits
  • PHY:186 Conceptual Physics Fundamentals I, 2 credits
  • Pick one (3 credits)
    • ECN:120
    • ECN:130
    • HUM:105
    • HUM:110
    • POL:111
    • PSY:111
    • SOC:110

Award: Engineering Technology Electromechanical Diploma (35 credits)

  • ELT:125 Advanced PLC, 3 credits
  • IND:143 Motors and Drives, 3 credits
  • MFG:505 Lean Manufacturing, 1 credit

Select A Track

Term 6 - Fall, AUTOMATION, credit varies
  • ATR:105 Industrial Robotics, 3 credits
  • ATR:106 Motion Control, 3 credits
  • ELT:177 Microcontrollers, 3 credits
  • Pick two 
    • CHM:122 Intro to Gen Chem
    • EGT:145 Fluid Power Maintenance
    • EGT:137 Fluid Power Control
    • IND:136 Process Control I
    • IND:137 Process Control II
OR Term 5 - Fall, ELECTROMECHANICAL, credit varies
  • ATR:106 Motion Control, 3 credits
  • EGT:145 Fluid Power Maintenance, 4 credits
  • EGT:137 Fluid Power Control, 4 credits
  • Pick two
    • ATR:105 Industrial Robotics
    • CHM:122 Intro to Gen Chem
    • ELT:177 Microcontrollers
    • IND:136 Process Control I
    • IND:137 Process Control II
OR Term 5 - Fall, PROCESS CONTROL, credit varies
  • CHM:122 Introduction to General Chemistry, 4 credits
  • IND:136 Process Control I, 3 credits
  • IND:137 Process Control II, 3 credits
  • Pick two 
    • ATR:105 Industrial Robotics
    • ATR:106 Motion Control
    • EGT:137 Fluid Power Control
    • EGT:145 Fluid Power Maintenance
    • ELT:177 Microcontrollers

Award: Engineering Technology Associate in Applied Science Degree (62 - 64 credits)

Your Career in Manufacturing

Choose from a wide variety of career paths in manufacturing, ranging from production to design. One may be perfect for you. Check them out!  

  • CNC Machining (Computer Numerical Control)
    As a machinist or tool and die maker, you’ll operate computerized equipment to produce precision metal parts, instruments, and tools.
  • Engineering Technology
    Your new skills in manufacturing processes and equipment will qualify you for entry-level jobs in shops across the country!
  • Environmental, Health & Safety
    Assist your organization in the management of hazardous materials and wastes to help protect workers and the environment.
  • Additive Manufacturing
    Assist engineers in design and development by preparing detailed drawings using your new skills in computerized-aided design (CAD). 
  • Welding
    New skills in a range of industrial welding techniques – ARC, MIG, TIG, core wire, gas – qualify you for welding jobs everywhere.
  • Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC)
    Work as a technician in the Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning industry.

 

Clinton Career Advancement Center Welding Lab

Career Advancement Centers

Brand new ultramodern facilities for career and technical education programs, including automotive tech, culinary, healthcare, welding, and more. Enjoy multi-purpose labs, classrooms, and a large common area. Your successful career starts here.

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Your Degree = Success

Complete your education in two years. Qualify for better jobs. Earn a higher salary. Enjoy a better quality of life. The benefits of an associate's degree are impressive and wide-ranging.

Explore the value of an associate’s degree

Employment and Wage Outlook

Contact our High School Team

Concurrent Advisors

Joe Shovlain

Joe Shovlain

Concurrent Advisor
jshovlain@eicc.edu
563-244-7014

Office 100B
Advises High School Concurrent: Clinton, Career Academies

Schedule an appointment with Joe

 

College & Career Transition Counselors/Coaches

Holly Hansen

Holly Hansen

College & Career Transition Counselor/Coach
hmhansen@eicc.edu
563-441-4004
Serves Cal-Wheat and DeWitt Central High Schools

 

Lorene McLaughlin

Lorene McLaughlin

College & Career Transition Counselor/Coach
ltmclaughlin@eicc.edu
563-244-7192
Serves Bellevue and Maquoketa High Schools

 

Marla Schultz

Marla Schultz

College & Career Transition Counselor/Coach
mshultz@eicc.edu
563-244-7131
Serves Camanche and Northeast High Schools

Concurrent Advisors

Anabelia Calderon-Flores

Anabelia Calderon-Flores

Concurrent Advisor
acalderon-flores@eicc.edu
563-288-6035
Advises Durant and Muscatine High Schools

College & Career Transition Counselors/Coaches

Mikayla Cardenas

Mikayla Cardenas

College & Career Transition Counselor/Coach
micardenas@eicc.edu
Serves Muscatine High School

 

Theresa Putnam Genz

Theresa Putnam Genz

College & Career Transition Counselor/Coach
tputnamgenz@eicc.edu
563-288-6047
Serves Columbus Junction and Louisa-Muscatine High Schools

Sara Schnepper

Sara Schnepper

College & Career Transition Counselor/Coach
sschnepper@eicc.edu
Serves Wilton and West Liberty High Schools

Concurrent Advisors

Molly Gleason

Molly Gleason

Concurrent Advisor
mmgleason@eicc.edu
563-336-5241
Advises Assumption, Davenport Central and Davenport North High Schools

 

Lori Perez

Lori Perez

Concurrent Advisor
ljperez@eicc.edu
563-441-4057
Advises Davenport West and North Scott High Schools

 

Jill Spengler

Jill Spengler

Concurrent Advisor
jmspengler@eicc.edu
563-441-4137
Advises Bettendorf and Pleasant Valley High Schools

College & Career Transition Counselors/Coaches

Patricia Madden

Patricia Madden

College & Career Transition Counselor/Coach
pamadden@eicc.edu
Serves North Scott High School

Advanced Manufacturing Academy Locations

Clinton Community College Career Advancement Center building

Clinton Career Advancement Center

1210 11th Ave. S.
Clinton, IA 52732
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Muscatine Community College main campus building

Muscatine Community College

152 Colorado St.
Muscatine, IA 52761
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Blong Technology Center building

Blong Technology Center

8500 Hillandale Road
Davenport, IA 52806
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LEARN MORE ABOUT THE BLONG TECHNOLOGY CENTER