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143 Course Descriptions MFG146-C Automated Manufacturing Systems 3 Through the utilization of simulation software and hands-on equipment, students will develop advanced programs for multi-axis robotic arms. Students will use human mechanical interface programs, vision systems and industrial conveyor systems to mass produce various objects. MFG150-C Applied Math for Manufacturing 2 The topics of this course are developed in simple stages and are applied to the solution of practical problems. The topics of the course are a review of algebra, units of measurement, basic geometry, trigonometry and quadratic equations. MFG185-E OSHA/Shop Safety 2 This course is designed to enable students to earn their OSHA 10 rating and provide the basic shop safety practices. The course will include welding, machine, and general shop safety standards and practices. How to assess potential hazards and correct them along with what to do in case of an accident will be covered. MFG189-C Introduction to Manufacturing Processes 2 This course provides instruction in basic mill, lathe and machine operations. The student will also receive instruction in the care and maintenance for the different types of machines. Instruction will include an introduction to the safe and proper use of tools, machines and measurement devices used in basic machining. Instruction will also be given in basic drilling and cutting operations. MFG191-C Manufacturing Processes 5 This course is designed to give the student a basic understanding of machine practices and processes. Topics of discussion will include machine tools, measuring tools, bench tools, drills and saws, grinding, lathes and mills. Other topics will include the types an characteristics of materials, machinability and heat-treating. Students will spend most of their time in the lab performing hands-on projects. Corequisite: MFG122-E MFG194-E Inspection Processes 2 This course is designed to provide the necessary knowledge required to be able to perform inspection processes on a variety of mechanical components. The course will implement a number of different inspection tools and methods utilized by industry in the inspection of mechanical parts. Measurements will be taken from mechanical parts and compared with the dimensional callouts on the blueprints. Prerequisite: MFG122-E MFG220-C Design Technology Final Design Project 3 In this capstone course, students will have an opportunity to work in groups to research, design, and develop a product, piece of machinery or process utilizing the skills learned through previous course work. Students will manage the project from start to finish; which includes design, ordering components, building, testing prototypes to the final product. MFG263-E CNC Mill Programming and Setup 3 This course will cover the topics of G & M code programming, set-up, and operation of vertical milling machines. Theory in tool selection, fixtures and speeds and feeds will be applied. In this hands on course students will use previous knowledge of print reading and manufacturing processes to machine parts to accurate tolerances. Prerequisites: MFG122-E, MFG191-C MFG264-E CNC Lathe Programming and Setup 3 This course will cover the topics of G & M code programming, set-up, and operation of slant bed lathes. Theory in tool selection and speeds and feeds will be applied. In this hands-on course students will use previous knowledge of print reading and manufacturing processes to machine parts to accurate tolerances. Prerequisites: MFG122-E, MFG191-C MFG325-E CAM I 3 This course will provide you with hands-on experience with various computer software programs used by the manufacturing industry. The student will draw and create tool paths for projects using CAM (Computer-Aided Manufacturing) and CAD (Computer-Aided Drafting) software. These projects will be machined using CNC (Computer Numeric Control) machines. The course will cover both vertical mills and lathes. Prerequisites: MFG191-E, CAD167-E MFG329-C Introduction to CNC Processes 2 This class will cover the topics of FANUC G & M code programming, set-up, and operation of vertical milling machines and slant bed turning centers. Theory in tool selection, fixtures and speeds and feeds will be applied. During this hands-on course students will use previous knowledge of print reading and manufacturing processes to machine parts to accurate tolerances. Corequisite: MFG189-C MFG429-C Tooling Design and Build 4 This course will cover theory and application of mechanical components used in the design of industrial tooling. This this course students will gain hands-on experience by working in teams to design and build a specialized piece of machinery. Prerequisites: CAD246-C,MFG263-E,MFG264-E and Math elective. MFG455-E Industrial Plastic and Injection Molding 4 This course will cover theory and application of industrial plastics. In this course students will gain hands on experience by working in teams to design and build a plastic injection mold to produce accurate and stable products. Prerequisites: CAD246-C, MFG263-E, MFG264-E and Math Elective. MFG507-C Lean Quality Manufacturing 2 This course introduces the student to the basic principles of lean manufacturing and quality control inspection tools. MFG548-E Fluid Power 3 This course is designed to introduce you to fluid power concepts and at the same time to show how they relate to other familiar phenomena. The course points out the typical components which may be encountered in a fluid power system. It describes the construction of each component, the proper application, and how each works. The course has been divided into three segments: Segment 1, Hydraulics; Segment 2, Pneumatics; and Segment 3, Troubleshooting. MGT101-A Principles of Management 3 This course provides a broad perspective of the scope and view of the management field. Studies will include the management functions of planning, organizing, staffing, directing, and controlling.


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