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Manufacturing And Industrial Technology - Associate in Applied Science

Program Code: AAS.15851

Manufacturing continues to advance by cutting across all disciplines in order to drive economic growth. This program is designed to give you the flexibility to acquire the knowledge and skills needed in this rapidly changing area. You will be able to develop a broad understanding of issues facing manufacturing today while also focusing on a specific area. As a manufacturing technologist, you will need to understand the interrelationships of materials selection and manufacturing processes in order to operate competitively in a global economy. You will also need to understand the roles quality, cost, delivery, safety and morale play in a successful manufacturing company. Teamwork, problem solving, and communication skills will be emphasized because of the importance they play in your success in the company. You will have experience with automated systems and robotic applications. You will need to be able to use computers to control and monitor processes and for communicating with team members, customers, suppliers, and others both internally and externally. Refer to for more information.

General Education

CourseCreditsCourse TitleCompleted
ENG ---3Any Approved College Composition I Course ______________
ENG 1133Technical Communication ______________
MTH ---4Any Approved Intermediate Algebra Course ______________
LW ---1Any 1 Credit LW Course AND ______________
LWA ---1Any 1 Credit LWA Course ______________
OR ______________
LW ---(2)Any 2 Credit LW Course ______________
OR ______________
LW 223W(2)Wellness in Technical Trades ______________
POL ---3/4Any Approved American Government Requirement ______________
--- ---4Approved Natural Science with Lab (Refer to Group III Graduation Requirements) ______________

Core Courses

CourseCreditsCourse TitleCompleted
CAD 1143Introduction to CAD ______________
CAD 1203Introduction to CAM ______________
CAD 22633D Parametric Solid Modeling ______________
CNC 1624Computer Numerical Control Theory ______________
CNC 2254Mastercam ______________
DRF 1213Blueprint Reading ______________
OR ______________
SKDR 101(3)Blueprint Reading ______________
EET 2353Electrical Circuits ______________
ET 1623Industrial Robotics I ______________
MIT 111W3Manufacturing Processes ______________
MIT 1182Safety Practices and Procedures ______________
MIT 2403Manufacturing and Industrial Technology Capstone ______________
MS 1132Introduction to Machining Processes ______________
MS 181W4Machine Tools I ______________
MT 2203Hydraulics and Pneumatics I ______________
MT 221W3Introduction to Engineering Materials ______________

65/66Total Credits


1 - A Grade of “C” (2.0) or higher is required in CAD 114, CAD 120, CAD 226, CNC 162, CNC 225, DRF 121, EET 235, MIT 111W, MIT 118, MIT 240, MS 181W, MT 220, MT 221W, and SKDR 101.
2 - CAD 114, CAD 226, and CNC 225 are key courses and must be completed within 5 years of completing the degree. Failure to complete within the stated time frame will require you to repeat this course. See section 4 of the College Catalog "Academic Policies/Graduation Requirements."
3 - The capstone class, MIT 240, is required for graduation. Students must request approval from the program coordinator to apply for capstone course one (1) semester prior to enrollment.

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