Manufacturing Technologies AAS, Automation and Robotics.

I’m taking this associates degree this coming spring semester. I have a question about that degree.

Because on the Community college that i’m going to take that degree, there’s a continuation if i want to pursue a 4 years degree, and it’s called Cyber-Physical Manufacturing. I want to know what kind of jobs will i going to get if i go straight to getting a bachelors degree. Is it worth getting into that new degree or it’s much better if i’m just going to get a mechanical engineering degree?

Thank you

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