Center for Curriculum and Transfer Articulation
Major: 5625
First Term: 2009 Spring   
Award: CCL  
Total Credits: 29-30
CIP Code: 15.0613

Occupational Area: Manufacturing
Instructional Council: Applied Technology (57)
GPA: 2.00
SOC Code: 17-3026

Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Manufacturing Management prepares students to work in supervisory or managerial positions in a manufacturing industry. The program is designed to provide an overview of manufacturing management issues for those wanting to become supervisors or managers or for those already working in the field who want to advance and update their knowledge and skills.

Consumer Program Costs and Career Information

Required Courses
Students must earn a grade of "C" or better for each course listed in the Required Courses area.

DFT114 Machine Trades Blueprint Reading 3
GTC104 Manufacturing Processes 4
GTC106 Industrial Safety 2
+ GTC108 Technical Mathematics II 3
+ GTC208 Statistical Process Control 3
+ GTC216 Properties of Materials 3
MGT229 Management and Leadership I 3
MGT147 Supply Chain Management 3
MET131 Lean Manufacturing 3

TQM101 Quality Customer Service (3) OR
TQM220 Leadership and Empowerment Strategies (2) OR
TQM230 Teamwork Dynamics (2) OR
TQM240 Project Management in Quality Organizations (2) 2-3
Credits: 29-30

Program Competencies
1. Interpret technical drawings common to manufacturing. (DFT114)
2. 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)
3. Demonstrate an attitude of safe work habits. (GTC106)
4. Solve algebraic, trigonometric, and geometric problems in typical shop applications. (GTC108)
5. Identify, analyze, and utilize the physical, mechanical and chemical properties of materials used in manufacturing. (GTC216)
6. Describe current management issues, decision-making techniques and leadership styles. (MGT229)
7. Explain basic concepts of logistics and inventory management related to supply chain management. (MGT147)
8. Understand the concepts of statistical quality control as applied to industrial manufacturing, testing, and customer service processes. (GTC208)
9. Describe techniques for successfully effecting change in the work environment, and describe the factors that lead to escalation and de-escalation of a dispute. (TQM101, TQM220, TQM230, TQM240)
10. Identify and apply Lean Manufacturing principles to a manufacturing enterprise to reduce waste and improve industrial efficiencies. (MET131)
MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 6-26-07

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