Technical Studies- Advanced Manufacturing Engineering Technology

Award: ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE

Purpose: The Advanced Manufacturing Engineering Technology program is designed to prepare the student to function as an advanced manufacturing engineering technology technician. It provides the student with the general knowledge and technical foundation skills necessary to function and advance in an advanced manufacturing field.

Objectives: The program will prepare the student to function effectively as an advanced manufacturing technician or serve in a supervisory position in a manufacturing setting.

Program Description: The program includes four educational components: namely, general education, technical foundations, content skills and knowledge, and work-based learning. The content skills and knowledge and work-based learning components are specific to the field of advanced manufacturing.

Program Requirements: To receive the Associate of Applied Science Degree in Technical Studies – Advanced Manufacturing Engineering Technology, you must complete a minimum of 69 credits with a grade point average of 2.0 or better.

      Course
Credits
General Education 18 Crs.
ENG 111     College Composition I 3
PHI 100   Introduction to Philosophy 3
or      
REL 230   Religions of the World 3
or      
HUM 165   Controversial Issues  
PSY 126   Psychology for Business and Industry 3
or      
PSY 201   Introduction to Psychology I  
ECO 120   Survey of Economics 3
or      
ECO 201   Life Span Human Development I 3
or      
SOC 201   Introduction to Sociology I 3
or      
PSY 230   Developmental Psychology  
MTH 103 Applied Technical Mathematics 3
or
MTH 163 Precalculus I
HLT/PEC Elective Personal Wellness 2
SDV 100 College Success Skills 1

      Course
Credits
Technical Foundations 19 Crs.
ETR 115   D.C. and A.C. Circuits 3
ITE 115   Intro. to Computer Applications & Concepts 4
DRF 195   Intro to CAD 3
ENG 115   Technical Writing 3
or      
ENG 131   Technical Report Writing I 3
IND 235   Statistical Quality Control 3
IND 137   Teamwork and Problem Solving 3

      Course
Credits
Content, Skills and Knowledge 26 Crs.
MEC 111   Materials for Industry 3
or      
IND 295   Polymeric Materials 3
DRF 160   Machine Blueprint Reading 3
MAC 131   Machine Lab I 2
or      
IND 195   Intro to Injection Molding 3
or      
IND 195   Intro to Extrusion 3
IND 145   Introduction to Automation and Robotics 3
IND 181   World Class Manufacturing 3
ETR 286   Principles and Applications of Robotics 3
ELE 143   Programmable Logic Controllers 3
SAF 246   Hazardous Chemicals, Materials, & Waste in
the Workplace
3
MEC 210    Machine Design 3
or      
INS   Intro to Measurement and Controls 3

                                                                 Course
Credits
Work-Based Learning 6 Crs.
IND 190   Coordinated Internship 3
IND 290   Coordinated Internship 3

Total Minimum Credits for the Associate of Applied Science
Degree in Technical Studies — Advanced Manufacturing
Engineering Technology.....................................................................69


Program Student Outcomes

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