PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

64 SEMESTER HOURS

Required Core Courses

CAD 230 Intro to Mfg Processes 3
FYE 101 Blazing Your Trail 1
MAT 100 Technical Math 3
MFG 103 Intro to Manufacturing Maintenance 2
MFG 104 Quality/Continuous Improvement 3
MFG 113 Intro to Manufacturing & Industrial Safety 3
      15

 

 
Required General Education Courses

Humanities/Fine Arts Requirement 3
Oral Communication Requirement 3
Social/Behav Sciences Requirement 3
Written Communication Requirement 3
      12

 
Complete Courses from two of the Specialized Areas Below:

Diesel Technology

DET 101 Diesel Technology I 8
DET 102 Diesel Technology II 8
WLD 180 Thermal Cutting 2
ELE 110 Introduction to Electricity 3
IMT 150 Fluid Power I (Hydraulics) 3
IMT 155 Fluid Power II (Pneumatics) 2
      26

 

Engineering Design-SolidWorks

CAD 101 Intro to Drafting & Blueprint Reading for CAD 3
CAD 104 Introduction to CAD 3
CAD 114 Intro to Parametric Modeling 3
CAD 204 3D Applications 3
CAD 214 Advanced 3D Applications 3
      15

 
Industrial Maintenance

ELE 110 Intro to Electricity 3
ELE 135 Programmable Controls 3
IMT 110 Industrial Wiring 2
IMT 120 Industrial Motors and Controls 3
IMT 140 Pumps/Piping 2
IMT 150 Fluid I (Hydraulics) 3
IMT 155 Fluid II (Pneumatics) 2
IMT 200 Mechanical Systems 3
      21


Precision Machining

CAD 101 Intro to Drafting & Blueprint Reading for CAD 3
MFG 106 CNC Turning 3
MFG 111 CNC Milling 4
MFG 135 Precision Machining I 3
MFG 235 Precision Machining II 3
MFG 250 Metallurgy 3
      19


Welding

WLD 122 Flux Core Inner Shield 1
WLD 123 Flux Core Dual Shield 1
WLD 124 Welding Spray Transfer 1
WLD 125 Stick Welding I 3
WLD 161 Interpreting Welding Prints   3
WLD 180 Thermal Cutting 2
      11

 

NOTE:

  • After completing the required core courses, the required general education courses, and courses from two of the specialized areas above, if the minimum of 64 credit hours has not been met, a student must take additional approved technical electives to reach the 64 credit hour minimum requirement.
  • Approved technical electives consist of all courses with one of the following prefixes: ELE, MFG, CAD, LOM, or WLD.
  • While working towards the Manufacturing Technology AAS degree, a student has the opportunity to earn multiple program certificates along the way.