Certificate in Engineering Technology (MFG6)
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Effective Fall 2009 students will no longer be admitted to this program.
Today’s manufacturing operations are often highly computerized and require manufacturing technicians capable of functioning in an environment that requires them to understand the design and manufacturing process as well as quality control processes. Manufacturing technicians must be capable of using operating conventional machine tools, using precision measuring tools such as coordinate measuring machines (CMM), using sophisticated computer software such as computer aided design (CAD) software and 3-dimensional modeling software, and operating and programming computer controlled (CNC) machine tools.
The Manufacturing Certificate prepares students for employment as entry-level technicians capable of supporting the 2D and 3D design and manufacturing requirements of most manufacturing firms.
The Building Systems, Compute Aided Design, Mechanical Systems, Manufacturing, and Rapid Prototyping Certificates may be combined together with general education courses to obtain an Associate in Occupational Technology Degree in Design and Manufacturing.
BEGINNING SEMESTER: Fall, Spring, Summer
PLACEMENT TEST SCORES REQUIRED TO ENROLL IN CURRICULUM COURSES:
GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS: A minimum of 23 semester hours is required for graduation.
- Students must complete RDG 100, ENG 100, and MAT 100 before beginning curriculum courses.
- It is recommended that students take CPT 170 before beginning curriculum courses.
- It is recommended that students take EGT 106 during the first semester of curriculum courses.
- Evening course offerings are subject adequate enrollment.
- Call the department secretary at 738-7752 for an advisement appointment .
||Introduction To Rapid Prototyping
|| MAT 100, RDG 100, ENG 100
||Print Reading & Sketching
||ENG 100, MAT 102, and EGR 120
||Machine Tool Basics
||Fundamentals of CAD
|| EGT 106 & MAT 101
||CPT 101 or CPT 170 & MAT 101, EGT 106, MTT 102
||MAT 100, MTT 121, MTT 122
||Collaborative Product Development
||Industrial Quality Control
||MTT 143, MAT 101
||EGR 175, MTT 143
|Recommended First Semester Courses and/or Alternates
* HIGH PRIORITY COURSES
|| MTT 102
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