Scholarship Programs

Tool & Diemaking Program Overview

The Tool and Diemaking program prepares students to meet the demands for qualified personnel in either conventionally controlled or computer numerical controlled (CNC) tooling industry.
There are two separate diploma options available: Machinist Technology or Die making.

1st Year: Machinist Technology graduates should have the skills required to work in a general machine shop.

2nd Year: Diemaking graduates should have the skills necessary to work as tool planners, tool makers, die makers, etc. By completing the core courses required for all students plus the courses in the two diploma options, students may receive a Tool & Diemaking AAS degree.

For more information about the Tool & Diemaking program, please visit the website at DMACC Program Details

The next informational meeting for the will be:

Date: February 2018
Time: TBD
Location: DMACC Ankeny Campus
Details: Bldg. #3E Rm. 121
Directions: DMACC Ankeny Campus


Robotics & Control Systems Engineering Technology Program Overview

The Robotics & Control Systems Engineering Technology program prepares students for a career as a technician in industrial manufacturing. At the end of the program, students should be able to diagnose and repair industrial equipment ranging from the basic motor control devices used in hard automation to the sophisticated industrial robots and computer-integrated manufacturing cells that utilize microprocessors for programming and servo control.

The curriculum includes both fundamental technologies and system applications. Upon program completion, students may seek employment with area manufacturers, maintaining plant equipment or with companies that produce process control or robotic devices.

For more information about the The Robotics & Control Systems Engineering Technology program, please visit their website at DMACC Program Details.

The next informational meeting for the will be:

Date: February 2018
Time: TBD
Location: DMACC Ankeny Campus
Details: Bldg. #3E Rm. 121
Directions: DMACC Ankeny Campus


Applied Engineering Technology – Electro-Mechanical Technologies
Program Overview

The Applied Engineering Technology program prepares students for a career as a maintenance technician in industrial manufacturing. At the completion of the program, students should be able to troubleshoot and repair industrial equipment ranging from basic mechanical equipment and electrical motor controls to the more complex systems used in manufacturing environments.

For more information about the Applied Engineering Technology program, please visit their website at DMACC Program Details

The next informational meeting for the will be:

Date: February 2018
Time: TBD
Location: DMACC Ankeny Campus
Details: Bldg. #3E Rm. 121
Directions: DMACC Ankeny Campus