Two new programs are being developed for Fall 2012 at Mitchell Technical Institute.
Farm Power Technology, a two-year program offered for an AAS degree, will provide students with the skills to service high-end agricultural equipment. Jobs for graduates will include shop technicians, field service technicians, parts managers, and more.
Welding and Manufacturing Technology is a two-year program with an AAS degree, or an optional exit with a diploma after one year. This program will teach students different types of welding and fabrication skills, as well as expose them to sophisticated manufacturing techniques like robotic welding.