Craftsmanship comes in many forms. So, too, do degrees in technical and precision production. If you have a passion for creating and building things, this may be the educational track for you.
There are programs focused on illustrating, designing, and creating products from metal, wood, leather, and other materials. Among the concentrations are cabinetmaking and millwork and furniture design and manufacturing. The specific technologies include machine tool, machine shop, sheet metal, welding, tool and die, ironworking, metal fabrication, and computer numerically controlled (CNC) machinist technology.
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The most popular degree categories within technical and precision production include: