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MET 127 Manufacturing Process and Materials
Credit Hours:  3
Effective Term: Fall 2006
SUN#: None
AGEC: 
Credit Breakdown: 3 lectures
Times for Credit: 1
Grading Option: A/F
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Description: Production processes, materials, techniques, systems and applications used in industry. Concepts, design, materials, processes, resources and systems of production management from manual, mechanized, automated and integrated stages are presented.

Prerequisites: None

Corequisites: None

Recommendations: None

Measurable Student Learning Outcomes
1. Explain manufacturing process.
2. Identify and discuss the most common materials and related science used in manufacturing.
3. Identify and explain the use of manufacturing standards per ANSI 14.5Y.
4. Use related reference resources.
5. Identify and explain the development of a part from concept through manufacture using an M.O.T. format.
6. Discuss the technological and economic aspects of a modern manufacturing industry as it relates to market share and employment opportunities.
7. Explain and discuss traditional and non-traditional manufacturing techniques.
8. Explain and define various systems of production and management.
9. Recognize, define and discuss various environmental and safety issues.
10. Discuss trends and economics of manufacturing.
Internal/External Standards Accreditation
1. Students will explain and define the most common manufacturing processes with a minimum of 70% accuracy.
2. Students will discuss and identify materials and related science used in manufacturing with a minimum of 70% accuracy.
3. Students will identify and discuss ANSI and associated standards with a minimum of 70% accuracy.
4. Students will independently research and analyze various technical aspects of manufacturing at a minimum of 70% accuracy.
5. Students will develop and present a selected part from a M.O.T. format with a minimum of 70% accuracy.
6. Students will explain the technological and economic aspects of a manufacturing industry at a minimum of 70% accuracy.
7. Students will explain and discuss various manufacturing techniques at a minimum of 70%.
8. Students will discuss and evaluate various systems of production and management at a minimum of 70%.
9. Students will recognize and discuss safety and environmental issues at a minimum of 80% accuracy.
10. Students will recognize and discuss various trends and related economics of manufacturing companies at a minimum of 70% accuracy.