Speaking as a former student, it's the best manufacturing program in the region by a long shot. The amount of resources that go into the technical classes is massive compared to other schools, where you sit behind a computer all day, then maybe go out to the bedroom-sized "shop" and wait in line for a machine (lol)
We can't teach everything in four semesters, but it's enough to make employers come here first. Trouble is we produce maybe a dozen Associates degrees per year, and maybe another dozen "certificates", compared to the 100+ jobs that are available. Literally!