Quality and Manufacturing 

Ever wondered how to make products better and faster?

From sunglasses to aircrafts, Materials Science explores materials and emerging technologies for new products and manufacturing development.

Gain real world experience in a state-of-the-art lab to enter into industries such as: aerospace, aircraft, biotech, nanotech, manufacturing, prosthetics, sporting goods, and engineering.

Job Opportunities:

Entry-level earnings about $15-19/hr*

Earn a higher certificate in a year or less and increase earning potential $21.22-$25.65/hr*

Earn a two-year Associates of Technical Arts Degree or Applied Science Transfer Degree & increase earning potential to $37.21/hr*

To find out more about I-BEST opportunities:

Find out more about Materials Science Technology:
Visit: www.edcc.edu/mst or call: 425.640.1961

*Wage Source: Washington State Employment Security Department, 2013