Center for Curriculum and Transfer Articulation
Major: 3512
First Term: 2009 Spring      
Award: AAS
Total Credits: 66
CIP Code: 14.3601

Occupational Area: Manufacturing
Instructional Council: Applied Technology (57)
GPA: 2.00
SOC Code: 11-9041, 13-1051, 17-2112, 17-2199, 25-1032 

Description: The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Manufacturing Engineering Technology prepares technologists with both conceptual and practical applications of processes, materials, and products related to manufacturing industries. The curriculum combines coursework in technology with a General Education component.

Required Courses
+ CHM130 Fundamental Chemistry (3) AND
CHM130LL Fundamental Chemistry Lab (1) 4

DFT114 Machine Trades Blueprint Reading 3
+ DFT115 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing 3
+ DFT252AA Computer Aided Drafting I, AutoCAD 3
+ ELE105 Algebra-Trigonometry for Technology 5
GTC102 Machine Process, Theory and Application 3
GTC104 Manufacturing Processes 4
GTC106AA Industrial Safety 2
GTC185 Electro-Mechanical Devices 4
+ GTC206 CNC Programming 3
GTC216 Properties of Materials 3
+ PHY111 General Physics I 4
+ PHY112 General Physics II 4

WLD101 Welding I (3) OR
GTC129 Manufacturing Welding (3) 3
Credits: 48

Program Competencies
1. Apply fundamental physical science concepts of chemistry or electricity, magnetism and optics in the solution of associated problems. (CHM130, CHM130LL)
2. Interpret technical drawings common to manufacturing. (DFT114)
3. Interpretation and application of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing practices. (DFT115)
4. Set up and operate CAD system to generate drawings. (DFT252AA)
5. Use algebraic and trigonometric functions to solve electronic problems. (ELE105)
6. Demonstrate the ability to solve linear algebraic equations. (ELE105)
7. Describe the operation and application of various electromechanical devices. (GTC185)
8. Set-up, select tooling, and operate machine tools including engine lathes, drill presses, grinders, and milling machines. (GTC102)
9. Explain the theory of the processes of machining, forming, casting, joining (assembly), and conditioning as they relate to the conversion of materials to finished products. (GTC104)
10. Demonstrate an attitude of safe work habits. (GTC106AA)
11. Set-up, prepare programs and operate a 3 axis NC milling machine, and identify management implications and advantages of numerical control. (GTC206)
12. Identify, analyze, and utilize the physical, mechanical and chemical properties of material used in manufacturing. (GTC216)
13. Apply physics concepts and principles to problems involving mechanics, fluid, sound and heat. (PHY111)
14. Apply fundamental physical science concepts of chemistry or electricity, magnetism and optics in the solution of associated problems. (PHY112)
15. Select and safely perform the appropriate welding operation including oxy-acetylene welding, brazing, cutting, and electric arc-welding. (WLD101, GTC129)
Last Updated: 5-22-07

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