Saturday – April 18, 2015



Tool and Die Making


Oak Creek Campus 


After graduating from this four-semester, full-time, day program, you will be prepared for employment in the following career areas: mold making, stamping die making, jig and fixture building, tool-room machinist and precision machining. Coursework in the second year includes options for hands-on practice in stamping die and mold making, special die making or special mold making. 

Career Outlook: There is an ongoing need for highly skilled metalworkers. Tool and die makers and mold makers are in demand. 

Program Code:

Start Dates: August/January 

Detailed Program Information:
Fall 2015 – Spring 2016 Course Requirements

Program Card to come

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