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Southeast Community College

Southeast Community College

Nebraska Diversified Manufacturing Technology Program offers certificates, diplomas, and degrees that are stackable toward nationally recognized and transferrable credentials for the industry. These courses are aligned with the nationally-recognized Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC) Certified Production Technician(CPT). The opportunity to earn the OSHA 10-hour certification, a nationally recognized credential, is also available.

Choose one of the career paths:

  • Diversified Manufacturing Technology (DEMT) - Certificate
  • Diversified Manufacturing Technology (DEMT) - Diploma
  • Diversified Manufacturing Technology (DEMT) - AAS Degree
  • Manufacturing Specializations

Diversified Manufacturing Technology (DEMT)

Diploma


Complete the following pathway:


Select a minimum of one course from each of the seven concentrated areas:

Electrical & Electromechanical Technology (E/M)

Manufacturing Engineering Technology (MFGT)

Precision Machining and Automation Technology (MACH)

Welding Technology (WELD)

Diversified Manufacturing Technology (DEMT)

AAS Degree


Complete the following pathway:

General Education Requirements:

  • Oral Communications
  • Written Communications
  • (Plus two classes from the four areas below; no two classes from the same area). Science, Social Science, Humanities, and/or Computer Technology


Select a minimum of two classes from each of the six concentrated areas, except E/M which only has one course available:

Manufacturing Specializations


Manufacturing Specializations is not required for the Diversified Manufacturing Degree. It is an optional degree for those who want a specialization in one of the seven categories.


Complete the following pathway:

General Education Requirements:
  • Oral Communications
  • Written Communications
  • (Plus two classes from the four areas below; no two classes from the same area). Science, Social Science, Humanities, and/or Computer Technology




  • Beatrice Campus

    Beatrice Campus

  • Lincoln Campus

    Lincoln Campus

  • Milford Campus

    Milford Campus

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About


SCC is a two-year institution of higher education governed by an 11-member Board of Governors. The College’s primary service area is comprised of 15 counties in southeast Nebraska. The college operates on the quarter system and has campuses in Beatrice, Lincoln and Milford.

SCC offers more than 50 Programs of Study, most technical in nature. Graduate employment/transfer is what makes SCC such a good choice. More than 90 percent of graduates find employment or continue their education each year.

SCC is fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, a commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. SCC awards the following to students who successfully complete a required Program of Study: Associate of Applied Science Degree, Associate of Arts Degree, Associate of Occupational Studies, Associate of Science Degree, Certificate, and Diploma.

Nearly 11,000 students attend SCC each year, as well as approximately 18,000 noncredit students through the Continuing Education Division.



Contact


Audra Podliska
Site Coordinator
402-323-3419


Scott Kahler
Program Chair
800-933-7223 ext. 8354



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