Edison State and Nidec Press & Automation in Minster (Nidec Minster), have partnered to facilitate the receipt of academic credit at Edison State—for technical training conducted by Nidec Minster. This new pathway will create a seamless transition for Nidec Minster employees to take the next step toward obtaining an Associate of Technical Study (ATS) degree with a major in mechanical design, electro-mechanical engineering technology or advanced manufacturing systems. These majors will help employees qualify for career advancement within the Nidec Minster organization.
The mechanical design option provides students with the basic mathematical, scientific and engineering foundations necessary to mechanically design products for industrial, commercial and personal applications.
The electro-mechanical engineering technology option prepares students for the design, interface, installation and troubleshooting of electro-mechanical systems, as well as the skills to integrate electronics and electrical controls with mechanical systems, in order to explore alternative alternatives through the process of troubleshooting and problem-solving.
The advanced manufacturing systems option prepares students for milling and turning operations, CNC programming, welding, casting, metal-forming, materials technology and heat-treating processes.
For information on this degree pathway, click here.