The Introductory Manufacturing Engineering Technologies program is designed to educate technicians in the manufacturing field. Course work incorporates the theory and practice of manufacturing from tooling operations, safety and planning, and layout to engineering design methodology. Computer applications are part of the program including computer-aided drawing/modeling and computer-aided manufacturing.
Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:
- Evaluate and communicate design goals, constraints, and methodology within the engineering fields of discipline.
- Evaluate, construct, and utilize design models to identify and solve problems related to project management.
- Implement engineering design methodology to predict both primary and alternative solutions.
- Evaluate and solve engineering problems related to course content.
- Articulate and justify both technical considerations and solutions through oral, written, and graphical communication methods in engineering problems.
- Effectively solve problems in teams.
- Demonstrate an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility in the field of engineering.
CORE REQUIREMENTS: (16 Hours)
ENGR 111 Introduction to Engineering (3)
ENGR 121 Engineering Graphics (3)
ENGR 260L Mechanical Engineering Design Lab (2)
MATT 113 Manufacturing Safety and Measurement (1)
MATT 114 Introduction to Lathes (1)
MATT 115 Introduction to Mills (1)
MATT 116L Introduction to Supporting Machine Tools and Principle (1)
MATT 117 Introduction Materials for Machining (1)
MATT 119 Introduction to Non-Traditional Machining (1)
MATT 154 Introduction to CNC Programming (2)
MATT 155 Introduction to Computer Numeric Control Mills (2)