- Be able to apply mathematical and scientific concepts to solve manufacturing problems.
- Understand the process of product development through design and experimentation.
- Supervise and manage a variety of manufacturing systems.
- Work in multicultural and multidisciplinary teams to assess and improve system performance.
- Practice safe working protocols to nurture ethical responsibilities.
- Communicate technical information both verbally and in written form.
- Use modern tooling, skills, and techniques for effective manufacturing systems practice.
- Understand the behavior of a variety of material properties as they relate to manufacturing processing.
- Apply accurate design methodology and use industry standard CAD/CAM software to improve quality and production.
- Identify problems before they occur and design a solution.
- Understand and manage product variability as defined by quality systems.
- Apply advanced methods of analysis, synthesis, and control of manufacturing systems.
- Safely operate, program, and setup a variety of CNC equipment.
- Measure manufacturing process variables and draw credible technical conclusions.
- Apply lean principles in the operation and development of production systems.
- The courses in this program are aligned with national standards as set by MSSC.
- Students that successfully complete the degree are prepared to pass the Certified Production Technician (CPT) examinations. www.msscusa.org
|Course Title||Course #||Semester Offered||Plan to Take||Grade||Credits||Prerequisites|
|Introduction to Computer Applications||CIS 111||F/S/SU||3|
|College Mathematics I: Precalculus||MAT 123||F/S/SU||3||MAT 100 or approp place score|
|Mechanical CAD I||MNT 101||F/S||3|
|Manufacturing Processes I||MNT 110||F||3|
|Liberal Arts Elective||F/S/SU||3|
|Liberal Arts Elective||ENG 101||F/S/SU||3||ENG 100 or approp place score|
|College Mathematics II: Trigonometry||MAT 124||F/S/SU||3||MAT 123|
|Manufacturing Quality Assurance & Control Techniques||MNT 106||S||4||MNT 101|
|Manufacturing Safety||MNT 100||F/S||3|
|Maintenance & Instrumentation in Manufacturing||MNT 115||F||3||MNT 110|
|English Composition & Literature II||ENG 102||F/S/SU||3||ENG 101|
|Solid Modeling||MNT 103||F/S||3||MNT 101|
|Process Automation & Robotics||MNT 217||F||3||CIS 111, MNT 110|
|Physics I||PHY 101||F/S/SU||4||Coreq- MAT 124|
|Computer Numerical Control or||MNT 210||F||3-4||MNT 101|
|Fundamentals of Computer-Aided Manufacturing||MNT 215||S||4||MNT 102 or MNT 103, MNT 210|
|Manufacturing Processes II||MNT 216||S||4||MNT 102 or MNT 103, MNT 210; Coreq-MNT 215|
|Lean Manufacturing & Six Sigma||MNT 218||S||3||CIS 111, MNT 110|
|Cooperative Work Experience and Seminar or||MNT 299||F/S/SU||3||Approval of Program Coordinator|
|Physics II||PHY 102||S||4||PHY 101|
|Total credits required:||65-66|
- Students should note that many required courses have ENG and/or MAT prerequisites.
*Suggested Electives: Students must select from the following list of courses: BIO, CHM, MAT, MNT, PHY, PSY, or SPH; or the following suggested courses: MGT 211, MGT 221, MRK 201, MRK 221; or a course approved by the Program Coordinator.