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Area of Study: Arts, Digital Media, and Communications
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Design, Manufacturing, Construction, and Applied Technologies
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Preserving cherished heirlooms and creating new treasures

The ancient art of jewelry making is as vibrant today as ever. Austin Community College’s Jewelry Program provides hands-on instruction in designing, fabricating, casting, and repairing jewelry, in addition to soldering and stone setting. With decades of experience in every corner of the market, our faculty will give you the foundation for success.

Skills You Gain

Students can gain expertise in designing, fabricating, casting, or repairing jewelry, in addition to soldering and stone setting — skills that aid in the production, marketing, and sale of jewelry.

Employment Opportunities 

Graduates can work in a retail store selling, repairing or assisting customers; for a larger organization in the manufacture and production of a commercial jewelry line; or as an entrepreneur jeweler/business owner who designs jewelry, performs bench work, runs a retail outlet, or does wholesale work for other companies.

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Job Titles & Career Information

14.63 Hourly Wage 411 Currently Employed
Fabricate and repair jewelry articles. Make models or molds to create jewelry items.
411 Jewelers are employed. This number is expected to decrease by 9 % over the next four years.
Austin Community College MSA Map

Data analysis of traditional and real-time labor market information (LMI) provided in collaboration with Emsi (Economic Modeling Specialists International), a CareerBuilder company.

Program Resources

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Program Maps

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Which award path is right for you?

ACC offers a variety of degree and certificate options to get you ready for the next step in your academic and career journey. Choosing the right award path is an important first step to reach your goals.

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