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    May 20, 2024  
2021-2022 | Academic Catalog 
2021-2022 | Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Advanced Manufacturing Systems | A.A.S. | Part-Time

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The Advanced Manufacturing Systems program prepares students for milling and turning operations, CNC programming, welding, casting, metal-forming, materials technology and heat treating processes. Advanced courses include lean systems, project management, manufacturing automation and manufacturing costs and controls. This program culminates in a project in which students demonstrate the totality of their knowledge by manufacturing a product from its original paper design, through all the required processes, to a final part or assembly of parts.

Some possible careers include ►
manufacturing engineering technicians, CNC programmers, materials science technicians, machine setup technicians, process specialists, quality technicians and industrial mechanics

Program Outcomes ►
The student will
demonstrate basic competence in the various machining processes including milling, turning, grinding and more;
demonstrate basic competence in welding, casting and other metal-forming processes;
demonstrate application of accepted industry safety practices;
explain the mechanical and physical properties of various engineering materials;
apply CNC programming to milling and turning;
explain cost considerations inherent in the planning, estimating and controlling of a manufacturing project;
demonstrate problem-solving skills and troubleshooting techniques to solving manufacturing problems;
manufacture parts in accordance with specified design parameters;
explain the ethical considerations involved in manufacturing a product per industry standards; and
apply effective interpersonal and teamwork skills.

Semester 1

  EGR 100S Introduction to Engineering     1     ►Advisor and student agree on schedule for Semester 2.
  EGR 110S Print Reading and Sketching     2 C  
  MFG 114S Survey of Manufacturing Processes     4 C  
  Credit Hours 7    

Semester 2

  MET 130S AutoCAD I     3      
  MFG 234S CNC Programming     3    
  Credit Hours 6    

Semester 3 [Summer]

  EGR 240S Analytical Troubleshooting     3      
  Math Elective1 3    
  Credit Hours 6    
  1To be chosen from MTH 110, MTH 115S, MTH 122S, MTH 123S, or MTH 125S.    

Semester 4

  MFG 110S Metrology     3      
  MFG 120S Materials Technology     3    
  Credit Hours 6    

Semester 5

  IMT 242S Manufacturing Costs & Controls     3      
  IMT 244S Lean Systems     4    
  Credit Hours 7    

Semester 6 [Summer]

  ENG 121S Composition I     3      
  MGT 223S Project Management     3    
  Credit Hours 6    

Semester 7

  CIS 110S Computer Concepts and Applications     3      
  ELT 151S Programmable Logic Controllers     3    
  Credit Hours 6    

Semester 8

  ENG 125S Technical Writing     3     Investigate the possibility of a summer internship early in Semester 8.
  MET CAD Elective1 2    
  Credit Hours 5    
  1To be chosen from MET 245S or MET 247S.      

Semester 9 [Summer]

  COM 121S Introduction to Communication     3     ►Meet with transfer institution advisor, if applicable.
  EGR 250S Engineering Technology Capstone Project  OR 3    
  EGR 291L Internship Experience  AND      
  EGR 291R Internship Seminar        
  Credit Hours 6    

Semester 10

  PHI 123S Introduction to Ethics     3     ►Submit graduation application.
  Social/Behavioral Science Elective 1 3    
  Credit Hours 6    
  1Refer to the AAS general education requirements.      

Total Credit Hours | 61