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Advanced Manufacturing Technology - AAS

This Program is designed to provide students with the skills necessary to enter the production environment as entry level Computer Numeric controls Programmers or Production Technicians. The program provides broad theoretical and hands-on education for those seeking careers in the production field. This program emphasizes various levels of the production process.

Each level builds upon the previous section, continuing the students' education and knowledge base of the production process.

Students will learn skills in safety, 2D and 3D production design, machining, and quality control with an emphasis placed on emerging trends including 5-axis design and machining principles. An OSHA 10 General Industry card will be awarded upon the successful completion of the IND-163 course.
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Advanced Manufacturing Technology - AAS

This Program is designed to provide students with the skills necessary to enter the production environment as entry level Computer Numeric controls Programmers or Production Technicians.

The program provides broad theoretical and hands-on education for those seeking careers in the production field. This program emphasizes various levels of the production process.

Each level builds upon the previous section, continuing the students' education and knowledge base of the production process.

Students will learn skills in safety, 2D and 3D production design, machining, and quality control with an emphasis placed on emerging trends including 5-axis design and machining principles. An OSHA 10 General Industry card will be awarded upon the successful completion of the IND-163 course.

 

* Denotes a course option. Select one class from the group of classes listed to satisfy this requirement.

 
 Fall Semester  Credit
  CAD-101 INTRODUCTION TO CAD     3
  DRF-113 FUNDAMENTALS OF TECHNICAL DRAFTING     3
  ENG-105 COMPOSITION I     3
  IND-163 OSHA AND PLANT SAFETY     2
  MAT-702 INTRODUCTION TO MATH APPLICATIONS     3
  MFG-212 BASIC MACHINE THEORY     3
 
 Spring Semester   
  CAD-277 3-D DIMENSIONAL (3-D) MODELING I     3
  EGT-116 CONTINUOUS QUALITY MANAGEMENT     3
  MFG-237 INTRODUCTION TO MACHINE TRADES     3
  SOC-114 CONFLICT RESOLUTION IN THE WORKPLACE     3
  SPC-112 PUBLIC SPEAKING     3
 
 Fall Semester   
  CAD-140 PARAMETRIC SOLID MODELING     3
  MFG-156 INTRODUCTION TO CNC MACHINING     3
  MFG-206 MANUFACTURING PROCESSES I     3
  MFG-228 MACHINE OPERATIONS II     4
  PHY-160 GENERAL PHYSICS I     5
 
 Spring Semester   
  CAD-230 GEOMETRIC DIMENSIONING/TOLERANCING     2
  ELE-127 TROUBLESHOOTING     1
  MFG-165 ENGINEERING MATERIALS     3
  MFG-303 ADVANCED CNC PROGRAMMING     6
  MFG-323 MASTERCAM DESIGN     2
  MFG-511 LEAN QUALITY MANUFACTURING     4

Advanced Manufacturing Technology - AAS

 

CAD-101 - INTRODUCTION TO CAD

Lecture: 1Lab: 4OJT: 0Clinical: 0 Credit: 3

Description: An introduction to computer aided design and drafting. Actual hands-on experience in designing, drawing, and dimensioning using CAD micro-based CAD software. The course presents logical step-by-step instruction about the CAD commands, mode settings, drawing aids, shortcuts and other valuable characteristics of CAD. Finished copies of the students’ work will be made on a printer or plotter.

 

CAD-140 - PARAMETRIC SOLID MODELING

Lecture: 1Lab: 4OJT: 0Clinical: 0 Credit: 3

Description: This course covers the basics of creating parts, modeling utilities, creating engineering drawings, and creating assemblies using solid modeling software. Prerequisities: CAD-101 and CAD-277.

 

CAD-230 - GEOMETRIC DIMENSIONING/TOLERANCING

Lecture: 1Lab: 2OJT: 0Clinical: 0 Credit: 2

Description: A course designed to acquaint students with the standards (ANSI Y14.5M) for Geometrical Dimensioning and Tolerancing, which is required for all government related drawings and manufactured products. Prerequisite: DRF-113 or permission of instructor.

 

CAD-277 - 3-D DIMENSIONAL (3-D) MODELING I

Lecture: 1Lab: 4OJT: 0Clinical: 0 Credit: 3

Description: This course teaches parametric solid model CAD basics. Three-dimensional parametric concepts with design intent and solid CAD models will be built and edited. This course builds on previous basic drafting skills and focuses on using parametric solid modeling design software to develop technical drawings. Topics include patterns of features, editing, adding dimensions and creating simple assemblies. Prerequisite: CAD-101.

 

DRF-113 - FUNDAMENTALS OF TECHNICAL DRAFTING

Lecture: 1Lab: 4OJT: 0Clinical: 0 Credit: 3

Description: Fundamentals of drawing techniques conveyed using free hand sketching. Emphasis is placed on the ability to visualize in three dimensions, neatness, accuracy, legibility, speed and use of computer graphics in the solution of graphic problems.

 

EGT-116 - CONTINUOUS QUALITY MANAGEMENT

Lecture: 3Lab: 0OJT: 0Clinical: 0 Credit: 3

Description: This introductory course will lead the student into the world of quality and the quality process. Students will analyze the performance of a production process, formulate process adjustments or improvements, and carry out the strategies for process adjustment and/or improvement.

 

ELE-127 - TROUBLESHOOTING

Lecture: 0.5Lab: 1OJT: 0Clinical: 0 Credit: 1

Description: This course introduces students to the fundamental sequence of steps that can be applied when attempting to locate and repair problems in electrical and mechanical equipment. Students will learn how to use proper testing equipment to assist in finding faulty components. Students will learn how to plan a course of action for troubleshooting and repairs of equipment.

 

ENG-105 - COMPOSITION I

Lecture: 3Lab: 0OJT: 0Clinical: 0 Credit: 3

Description: A study of the principles of writing. Emphasis on rhetoric, mechanics, and development of expository patterns: narration, description illustration, comparison/contrast, classification, process, and cause/effect. Required for AA and AS Degrees. Prerequisites: Mandatory COMPASS, ACT or AccuPlacer test score and madatory eWrite or WritePlacer score (per SCC Writing Scores & Mandatory Course Placement Chart), or a C- or above in ENG-061, College Preparatory Writing II. No waivers.

 

IND-163 - OSHA AND PLANT SAFETY

Lecture: 2Lab: 0OJT: 0Clinical: 0 Credit: 2

Description: This course relates OSHA as it applies to employers and employees engaged in a variety of businesses. Students will learn how OSHA applies to employers and employees in such varied fields as manufacturing, construction, agriculture as well as other work environments.

 

MAT-702 - INTRODUCTION TO MATH APPLICATIONS

Lecture: 2Lab: 2OJT: 0Clinical: 0 Credit: 3

Description: This course is offered to students who can profit from an applied course in mathematics and will prepare students who need to develop skills for MAT-704. It is designed as an introductory level algebra course recommended for students with one year of high school algebra. Emphasis is on the building of basic algebra skills and the application of these mathematical techniques. The course studies the relationship of geometry and algebra as they apply to various fields. This course will also cover whole numbers/decimals, integers, fractions/percents, direct measurement, basic geometric concepts/relationships, linear equations, and right-triangle trigonometry. Prerequisite:MAT-052 or Pre-Algebra COMPASS score of 50-99 or ACT Math score of 18-19 or math faculty approval.

 

MFG-156 - INTRODUCTION TO CNC MACHINING

Lecture: 1Lab: 4OJT: 0Clinical: 0 Credit: 3

Description: Introduces basic operations of a CNC turret press. Covers basic and advanced tooling, programming using G & M code and CAM software. Emphasizes teamwork, critical thinking and problem solving through hands-on experience and practical applications.

 

MFG-165 - ENGINEERING MATERIALS

Lecture: 3Lab: 0OJT: 0Clinical: 0 Credit: 3

Description: A study of materials, their production, properties and uses in engineering design. Ferrous and nonferrous metals, polymeric and ceramic materials are covered. Methods of selecting acceptable materials based on their costs, availability and properties are discussed. Pre or Corequisites: PHY-106 or PHY-160 and MFG-212.

 

MFG-206 - MANUFACTURING PROCESSES I

Lecture: 1Lab: 4OJT: 0Clinical: 0 Credit: 3

Description: Basic course in measurements related to manufacturing, material removal, hard mold casting, powder metallurgy, plastics and rubber, material shearing, material forming, the use and manufacture of screw threads, abrasive removal methods, automation and introduction to numerical control. Lab sections demonstrate and give hands-on experiences in reading simple blue prints, layout, measurements and machining on tool room quality machine tools. Prerequisite: MAT-702.

 

MFG-212 - BASIC MACHINE THEORY

Lecture: 1Lab: 4OJT: 0Clinical: 0 Credit: 3

Description: Introduction to basic machining processes involving drill press, lathe, mills, drills, saws, bench tools, measuring tools, and grinders. Classes will cover safety, tooling, metal removal methods, and different various pieces of equipment.

 

MFG-228 - MACHINE OPERATIONS II

Lecture: 2Lab: 4OJT: 0Clinical: 0 Credit: 4

Description: Covers advanced setup and operation of lathes, mills and grinders using different materials and cutters. Productivity and safe operation are emphasized. Prerequisite: MFG-237.

 

MFG-237 - INTRODUCTION TO MACHINE TRADES

Lecture: 1Lab: 4OJT: 0Clinical: 0 Credit: 3

Description: Explores basics of machining, raw materials, use of hand tools, safety and maintenance. Includes measurement techniques, materials, safety, machine tool math, quality control and maintenance. Emphasizes teamwork, critical thinking and problem solving through hands-on experience and practical applications. Corequisite: MAT-702.

 

MFG-303 - ADVANCED CNC PROGRAMMING

Lecture: 3Lab: 6OJT: 0Clinical: 0 Credit: 6

Description: Continuation of MFG-156, Introduction to CNC Machining adding canned cycles, looping, sub-routines and interpretation of programs written by others. Internal machining on the lathes is covered. More complex parts and production of multiple parts will be undertaken. Prerequisite: MFG-156.

 

MFG-323 - MASTERCAM DESIGN

Lecture: 1Lab: 2OJT: 0Clinical: 0 Credit: 2

Description: This course provides an introduction to computer aided design and drafting. Actual hands-on experience in designing, drawing, and dimensioning, surface and solid modeling using Mastercam Design software will be provided. The course presents logical step-by step instruction about the Mastercam commands, drawing aids, shortcuts and other valuable characteristics of Mastercam. This course will also feature 2D geometry and dimensioning, creating 3D surface geometry and 3D solids geometry and using Mastercam software to create Solid models using wireframe geometry. Finished copies of the students' work will be made on a printer or plotter.

 

MFG-511 - LEAN QUALITY MANUFACTURING

Lecture: 3Lab: 2OJT: 0Clinical: 0 Credit: 4

Description: This course introduces the student to the basic principles of lean manufacturing and quality control inspection tools.

 

PHY-160 - GENERAL PHYSICS I

Lecture: 4Lab: 2OJT: 0Clinical: 0 Credit: 5

Description: This course is designed to provide a working knowledge of physics for those who need physics but do not need the rigor of a calculus-based physics course. The topics covered will include motion, force, energy, work, power, torque, linear momentum, rotational motion, angular momentum and selected topics from thermodynamics. The conservation laws will be stressed. Topics in modern physics are covered as time permits. Solving practical problems will be a major emphasis. Prerequisite: Student must be familiar with algebra and simple trigonometry.

 

SOC-114 - CONFLICT RESOLUTION IN THE WORKPLACE

Lecture: 3Lab: 0OJT: 0Clinical: 0 Credit: 3

Description: This course will study conflict resolution theories and applications in the workplace. The course will provide students with the opportunity to develop their own effective interpersonal conflict resolution skills as well as skills needed to help employees resolve their conflicts with one another and the skills needed to negotiate contracts. Students will also be introduced to theories and skills needed to apply culturally sensitive principles to conflict resolution.

 

SPC-112 - PUBLIC SPEAKING

Lecture: 3Lab: 0OJT: 0Clinical: 0 Credit: 3

Description: This course examines both the theoretical and practical basis of speech communication, particularly public speaking. Emphasis is on speech preparation, organization, support, delivery, and audience analysis.

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