UWSP and NTC team up for technology management degree program.

February 28, 2024
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  • NTC and UWSP have partnered to offer a Technology Management degree program.
  • Students at NTC can earn credits towards a bachelor’s degree at UWSP.

UW-Stevens Point (UWSP) and Northcentral Technical College (NTC) have joined forces to introduce a new Technology Management degree program. This partnership has been highly anticipated by major manufacturers, such as Greenheck Group, in Marathon County. The program is aimed at providing flexible courses to educate workers in automation and manufacturing technology.

Students enrolled in Mechanical Design Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Electromechanical Technology, and Automation Systems Technology at NTC can transfer credits towards a bachelor’s degree at UWSP. This degree pathway will help meet the workforce demands of local companies like Greenheck, offering opportunities for career advancement and professional development.

According to President of NTC, Jeannie Worden, the program aims to cater to the needs of both incumbent and new workers in the manufacturing industry. With the rapid advancements in automation and technology, this collaboration between NTC and UWSP is just the beginning of a promising field in the region.

UWSP Chancellor Thomas Gibson emphasized the commitment to expanding access to higher education for all individuals in the region. The program will also offer additional credits through online courses and at UWSP-Wausau, providing a comprehensive educational experience to students.

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