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Manufacturing, Introduction To (Level I)
Contact: Patrick Knowles- 860-215-9445
This 26-30 credit program is designed to provide students with
the opportunity to acquire the knowledge and skill in preparation
for entry level work in manufacturing.
Students may complete this certificate by completing the courses that are listed below.
INTRODUCTION TO MANUFACTURING (LEVEL I) CERTIFICATE CURRICULUM
|Course ID||Title of Course||Credits|
|ENG* K202°||Technical Writing||3|
|CAD* K106/K107||Computer-Aided Drafting and Lab||3|
|EET* K105/ K106°||Electronic Circuits and Systems and Lab||4|
|ENV* K130||Occupational Safety and Health||3|
|MAT* K095°||Elementary Algebra Foundations or higher||0-4|
|MEC* K152/K153°||Fundamentals of Engineering Graphics and Lab||3|
|MEC* K262/K263°||Material Science and Lab|
|PHO* K101||Introduction to Light and Lasers|
|MFG* K102/103||Manufacturing Processes and Lab||4|
° Course has a prerequisite. Students should check course description.
Introduction to Manufacturing ( Level 1), Certificate
Upon successful completion of the program requirements graduates will be able to:
- practice the skills needed to work effectively in teams and as an individual.
- demonstrate the ability to use appropriate mathematical and computational skills needed for entry-level work in manufacturing.
- combine oral, graphical, and written communication skills to present and exchange information effectively and to direct manufacturing activities.
- know the professional code of ethics.
- describe concepts relating to manufacturing quality, timeliness and continuous improvement.
- describe how the concepts of metal manufacturing and other basic manufacturing processes affect manufacturing operations.
- illustrate an ability to think critically and identify, evaluate and solve technical and non-technical problems.
- recognize actions and acts of professionalism that allow them to become informed and participating citizens cognizant of ethics, civic duty and social responsibility.
- recognize the need to be lifelong learners.
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