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Integrated Engineering

Manufacturing Technology Operations Management

Manufacturing Technology
Operations Management

 

INTEGRATED ENGINEERING

Associate of Applied Science

 

The Industrial Technology Integrated Engineering program readies students to diagnose and repair industrial equipment problems using proper technical assessment skills as well as core mechanical and electrical skills.  The program provides students with a base knowledge in advanced skills such as programmable logic controllers (PLC’s), mechanical drive systems, hydraulic/pneumatic systems, electronics and digital applications, robotics, and process control. 

Students completing the Integrated Engineering program will be suited for jobs as maintenance repair technicians, electrical maintenance technicians, or mechanical maintenance technicians.

The individual that has an interest in knowing how things work, determining how to fix things and make them run better, and has an interest in problem-solving may find the Integrated Engineering program an approachable career choice.  The individual should have an interest in and an aptitude for mathematics and science.

The Associate of Applied Science degree is awarded upon completion of this program. 

 

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the program, the student will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate an ability to apply the knowledge, techniques, skills, and modern tools of integrated engineering to narrowly defined troubleshooting activities.
  2. Apply a knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to problems that require limited application of principles but extensive practical knowledge.
  3. Interpret, edit, and troubleshoot automation hardware, systems and software.

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MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

Associate of Applies Science

 

A graduate of the Manufacturing Technology Operations Management program will be involved in the production and/or maintenance of various types of production dies. The technician may work in a job shop, maintenance shop, or directly on the production floor. Troubleshooting and problem-solving skills will be a requirement of this position due to the complex nature of the computerized machines used today.

Most graduates will find employment in both large and small manufacturing companies. They may also find work in government and military agencies, service organizations, or research and development. The individual that has an interest in knowing how things work, determining how to repair and improve processes and equipment, as well as an interest in problem-solving may find manufacturing technology an appropriate career choice. The individual should have an interest in and an aptitude for mathematics.

The student in the Manufacturing Technology Operations Management program will study machine technology, manufacturing AutoCAD, CAD/CAM/CNC programming and operations, super abrasive cutting and grinding, tool and die design, die mechanics, press technology, and applied die construction. The Associate of Applied Science degree is awarded for the completion of this program.

 

Program Learning Outcomes

Graduates will:

  1. Demonstrate effective oral communication and written communication skills.
  2. Use computers in solving technical problems.
  3. Demonstrate safe work habits along with care and maintenance of equipment.
  4. Develop mathematical skills in algebra and trigonometry using analytical problem solving methods.
  5. Demonstrate principles of technical physics.
  6. Demonstrate the use of computer aided engineering design using 2D and 3D, drawings, sketching, solid modeling along with a basic understanding of machining processes used in manufacturing.
  7. Apply basic computer numerical control programming and machining elements. Fundamental application of CNC code generated by PC software.
  8. Problem based application dealing with press technology and metal stamping dies. Basic press set-up and presses used in the manufacturing industry.
  9. Demonstration of correct die and applications needed.
  10. Basic knowledge of course content and applied learning through lab trainers in: Electrical, Mechanical, Hydraulics, Pneumatics, and Program Logic Controllers.
  11. Demonstrate ability in chemistry as it relates to atomic structure, compounds, solutions, acids, bases, salts, solvents, plastics and plating.
  12. Demonstrate an understanding of fluid control concepts that are important to die construction.
  13. Industrial skills required for manufacturing based operations in both methods and application of skill sets required to improve efficiency and effectiveness of area business.

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CERTIFICATES

Advanced Manufacturing

 

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CNC Operations and Programming

 

MasterCam offers a certification exam.  NIMS certification opportunities are available in MFGT1120, MFGT1640 and MFGT2100.

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Electrical Maintenance 

 

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Industrial Design

 

Student in the certificate curriculum will be eligible to take the Autodesk certification in specific Autodesk software at an Autodesk Certified Training Center.  Mastercam offers a certification exam.  NIMS certification opportunities available in MFGT 2100.

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Manufacturing Technology Tool and Die

 

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