Advanced Manufacturing Associates Degree

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Program Description

Overview

The Advanced Manufacturing degree promotes and enhances the skills of students helping them to succeed within the advanced manufacturing industry. This program requires extensive applied technical knowledge combined with strong communication skills to effectively interact with individuals as well as groups and teams. The program represents education and skill building toward a broader advanced manufacturing theory.

Semester 1
  • Mechanical Blueprint Reading
  • Introduction to Machining
  • Industrial Safety
  • Industrial Electricity
  • Practical Welding

Semester 2

  • Computer Aided Drafting I
  • Composition I or
  • Communications
  • Introduction to CNC
  • Manuf Materials & Processes
  • Mechanical Drives
  • Technical Mathematics

Semester 3

  • Business Computer Systems
  • Employment Skills
  • Precision Measurement
  • Leadership
  • Programmable Logic Controllers

Semester 4

  • Quality Concepts & Techniques
  • Technical Physics I
  • General Psychology I or
  • Business Psychology

Recommended Electives

  • Engineering Graphics and Design
  • Interm. Machine Processes
  • Advanced CNC Training
  • Predictive Maintenance
  • Hydraulics & Pneumatics
  • Introduction to HVAC
  • Industrial Materials
  • Motors/Motor Controls
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Intro to Design Concepts
  • 3D Contouring
  • Stamping and Molding
  • Industrial Automation I
  • Industrial Automation II
  • Robotics & Vision Systems

Program Total: 63 credits

We recommend that you contact an advisor before enrolling in any program to ensure all requirements are met including total hours associated with transfer courses.

Last updated September 2018

About the School

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