When you graduate with the Plastics-Polymer Engineering Technology certificate you will be qualified to work as an operator, molding technician, material handler, or mold setter in the field of injection molding.
Why GRCC's Plastics-Polymer Engineering Technology Certificate?
- Hands-on learning of extrusion, blow molding and thermoforming.
- A combination of lecture and laboratory courses are taught by expert instructors in the plastics industry.
- Graduates are prepared for employment as operators, molding technicians, material handlers or mold setters in the field of injection molding.
- Graduates have entry level skills needed for employment related to the processes of extrusion, blow molding and thermoforming.
- The credits you earn in the Plastics-Polymer Engineering Technology Certificate can be applied toward the Plastics-Polymer Engineering Technology Associate Degree if you choose to continue your education and advance your career.
- Some classes are transferable to Ferris State University's four-year Bachelor of Science in Plastics Engineering Technology Degree.
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