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Adv Industrial Technician (INDS)
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The Industrial Technician Certificates, which are progressive certificates, prepare graduates to become technical and/or technical management-oriented professionals for employment or employment enhancement in manufacturing industries/businesses. These certificates represent an optional curriculum subset to the Industrial Studies degree program, which is an integrated curriculum designed to prepare students with a broad understanding of industrial manufacturing isssues, concepts, and techniques.

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Requirements
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FA2014
SP2015
CAD 1210
Computer Aided Drafting I
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An introduction to the use of microcomputers for design of industrial blue prints of intermediate complexity. Sketching, lettering, orthographic projections, descriptive geometry, point, line, basic geometric shapes will be covered. The student will demonstrate the use of menus, layers, fonts, and weights. Basic dimensioning, tolerancing, and pictorial drawings will be covered. The student will be expected to draw a blueprint with simple dimensions, labels, and notes using different layers.

CAD 1220
Computer Aided Drafting II
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The student uses CAD software to create 2-D and 3-D drawings. Special emphasis is placed on modifying existing drawings. PREREQUISITE: CAD 1210 Computer Aided Drafting I with a grade of C or better or consent of the instructor.

EDR 1202
Mechanical Blueprint Reading
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This course covers the graphic communication standards used in engineering design drawings. Forging, coating, fabrication, detail, assembly, and die drawings are studied.

ELT 2242
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MAC 1204
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MAC 1211
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MAC 1225
Internship
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This is an internship experience in which the student receives practical experience in an industrial area. A training agreement will be developed for each student cooperatively between the employer, student, and college coordinator. The student will be supervised by the employer and the college coordinator. Variable internship hours based on 75 hours equated to 1 semester hour of credit will be given.

MAC 2231
Introduction to CNC
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This course is a comprehensive introduction to the operation of numerical control (NC) systems with emphasis on computer numerical control (CNC) systems, their programming capabilities, advantages, operation, and maintenance. Laboratory experience includes programming and operating CNC machine tools.

MAN 1211
Industrial Electricity
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This course provides instruction in industrial electricity including atomic structure, metric system, electrical qualities, series circuits, parallel circuits, combination circuits, simple control devices, and control relays. Emphasis is placed on applying classroom theory to lab reality and basic troubleshooting of electrical circuits is taught.

MAN 1215
Mechanical Drives
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This course deals with the physics of power transmission. It is an introductory course in gear types and ratios, bearings, clutches, p. t. o. , differential, final drives, and brakes.

MAN 1221
Motors/Motor Controls
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This course will teach the operational theories and trouble-shooting techniques of DC and AC single- and three-phase motors and motor controls as found in industrial and manufacturing settings. Topics to be covered include safety, magnetism and electromagnetism, Lorentz forces, single phase AC motor operations and construction, three phase AC motor operations and construction, DC motor operations and construction, industrial voltages, motor starters, overload contacts, reversing motor contacts, and variable frequency drives. PREREQUISITE: ELC 1604 Basic Electricity or instructor consent.

MAN 2211
Programmable Logic Controllers
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This course provides instruction in the theory and application of industrial logic control circuits involving relays and programmable logic controllers. Control relays, time delay relays, latching relays, as well as basic and advanced PLC commands are discussed in theory and applied in lab with an emphasis on safety. PREREQUISITE: MAN 1211 Industrial Electricity or instructor consent.

WEL 1203
Practical Welding
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This course is designed to provide students instruction in specialized welding. Individual projects are designed and completed. Welding safety is stressed.

Term Total
34
Electives
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FA2014
SP2015
EGR 1298
Topics/Issues in Engineering Technology
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Seminar on a special topic or current issue in engineering or engineering-related area. PREREQUISITE: Consent of instructor.

DEQ 1221
Hydraulics I
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This course covers the operating principles of hydraulic components of mobile, industrial and agricultural hydraulic systems. Various hydraulic circuits are studied with laboratory exercises involving repairs, adjustments, and troubleshooting of pumps, cylinders, control valves, motors, reservoirs, and accumulators.

Term Total
Program Total
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