Sep 22, 2018  
2018-19 Catalog 
    
2018-19 Catalog

Engineering Technology - Precision Machining, AAS


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Program Code: AASEP
ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED ARTS AND SCIENCE DEGREE

This program of study is designed to prepare the student to work in a modern manufacturing plant. Program emphasis is on developing skills in computerized manufacturing methods, computer-aided drafting and machining skills, material testing and inspection, quality control and good communication skills. Employment objectives for graduates include CAD/CAM operator and designer, materials tester, field service technician, quality control manager, estimator, laboratory technician or industrial supervisor.

 

PROGRAM OUTCOMES/OBJECTIVES:

When students complete this program, they will be able to:

  1. use precision measuring instruments to inspect dimensional features on work pieces
  2. set-up and operate a manual mill, lathe, and surface grinder
  3. program a CNC milling machine using CAD/CAM (Mastercam) software.

Suggested Course Sequence


Total Credit/Total Contact Hours = 62/89.5


*  Students have the option of taking MTH 112  as a replacement for MTH 110  and MTH 111 .

Student must complete a minimum of 62 credits for degree completion.

All welding courses (except ETW 170  and ETW 270 ) are taught in an individualized, self-paced, open lab basis. Class times are available both day and evenings.

 

 

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