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MFTG Courses

MFTG 115: Manufacturing & Production Processes
This course examines three content areas for production: safety, quality, and manufacturing processes. Students will be exposed to manufacturing concepts and actions that can produce higher quality products, increase productivity, achieve greater customer satisfaction, and assure a safe and healthy work environment. Each of the three areas is broken down with definitions, examples, and exercises. Practical cases and real-world examples are investigated and discussed. Methods of instruction will include online lectures, exercises, labs and projects. 3 HRS

MFTG 205: Statics & Strength of Materials
Prerequisite: PHYS 161 or TPHY 103. The course serves as an introduction to the strength of materials, methods of determining the stresses and deflections of basic load-carrying members. The laboratory is designed to supplement the classroom presentation and give the student a clearer understanding of the responses of components and structures to external loads. The concept of principle stress is emphasized. 3 HRS

MFTG 215: Quality Improvement
This course focuses on the fundamentals basic to the control and improvement of quality materials, products, processes, services, and systems. The principles of industrial statistics are applied to the analysis of data, control of product and process, and the evaluation of human resources, materials, equipment, and systems in meeting design specifications for products or services during production end use. 3 HRS

MFTG 216: Statistical Process Control
The course focuses on the fundamentals basic to the control and improvement of quality materials, products, processes, services, and systems. The principles of industrial statistics are applied to the analysis of data, control of product and process. Additionally, the course will cover collection of data, calculation of basic parameters, and the creation, interpretation and application of control charts. 2 HRS