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Manufacturing Technology (Associate in Applied Science Degree)

61-62 credit hours.

By enrolling in the Manufacturing Technology program, you learn the processes involved in mass production, planning, quality control, material selection and mechatronics. While you learn about tools and equipment, you develop machining skills and learn how to inspect and handle parts, equipment, and finished products. When you complete this program, you can seek employment as a technician, engineering assistant, machine operator, and first-line supervisor.

General Education Requirements:

Course Course Name Credit Hours
COMM 101 Introduction to Oral Communication 3
ENGL 101 Composition I 3
MATH 109 or
TMAT 103
College Algebra for Math & Science or
Technical Math I
4 or
4
MATH 128 or
TMAT 105
Trigonometry or
Technical Math II
3 or
4
  Physical Sciences Elective 4
  TOTAL 17-18

Technical Requirements:

Course Course Name Credit Hours
BUSN 145 Employment Success Strategies 1
CAD 101 Introduction to AutoCAD 3
CSCI 101 Introduction to Computer Information Science 4
MAIN 101 Industrial Electricity and Systems 3
MFTG 115 Manufacturing & Production Processes 3
TECH 114 Introduction to Technical Graphics 3
  TOTAL 17

Core Requirements:

Course Course Name Credit Hours
CAD 110 CAD Software Applications 3
ENGR 110Engineering Graphics 3
MAIN 102 Mechanical Systems 3
MAIN 202 Fluid Power Systems 3
MTT 101 Machining Skills I 3
MTT 110 Tool Design 3
MTT 201 Machining Skills II 3
MTT 210 Toolmaking 3
  Technical Elective [1] 3
  TOTAL 27

[1] Technical electives may be taken as approved by advisor or STEM & Business Division; consider choosing these electives in order to earn additional Skills Certificates.

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