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C272
Manufacturing Skills (INDMG)
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Program Overview:
The Manufacturing Skills certificate program is a unique training program designed to provide students with enhanced industrial career opportunities. Students select from directed manufacturing electives to acquire technical training to enhance employment prospects.

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FA2019
SP2020
DAP 1201
Business Computer Systems
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A study of computer concepts, including the information processing cycle, file organization, data communications and operating systems and systems software. Applications software, including spreadsheets, database, word processing, presentation software, computer communications, operating systems, and Internet access and use with business-oriented computer hardware and software concepts emphasis. PREREQUISITE: Recommended one semester of typing.

MAC 2203
Manufacturing Processes
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This course introduces the student to basic manufacturing processes. An understanding of the relationship between the product and the method of production is studied. The major areas of study are materials, casting and forming processes, machining processes, welding processes, and techniques related to manufacturing processes.

IND 1205
Manufacturing Observation
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Students observe manufacturing processes with emphasis on understanding the relationship between the product and method of production. Up to four credits will be awarded each time student successfully completes the course. Total number of credits that may be applied to a degree shall be four credits.

ELEC
Directed Manufacturing Focus Electives: Must complete 11 credits from one of the focus areas below. marked
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Term Total
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DIRECTED MANUFACTURING FOCUS - Broadband Telecom
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FA2019
SP2020
TEL 1201
IT Fundamentals
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This course is an introduction to the skills required to become a successful systems support professional. Students will learn preventative maintenance, troubleshooting, and fault resolution skills pertaining to computer systems. Upon completion of this course, students are encouraged to sign up for and take the entry-level CompTIA IT Fundamentals exam.

TEL 1263
Introduction to Switching Technology
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This course introduces the student to the theory and equipment used in telephony switching. Instruction starts with the early forms of switching and progresses to the latest technology. Discussions of how calls are switched, custom calling features that are available, and how to administer and maintain digital switches are included. Emphasis is given to instruction on digital switches which represent the most current technology.

TEL 1266
Fundamentals of Telecom
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This course presents an overview of the telecommunications industry from its telegraphic origins to current fiber and wireless technology. Topics include technical terms, the color code, cable and splice types, POTS loops, CO functions transmission modes and cable termination methods. A variety of occupational opportunities are discussed.

TEL 2264
Introduction to Fiber Optics
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This course will study the aspects of fiber optics as they relate to telecommunications and computer interconnect. Topics such as connectors, fusion and mechanical splicing, splice closures, cable installation, and maintenance will be covered. The theory and technology involved in the use of fiber optics is also covered. This course will give the student the opportunity to achieve industry certification from the Fiber Optic Association.

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DIRECTED MANUFACTURING FOCUS - Construction
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FA2019
SP2020
CON 1205
Construction Intro and Safety
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This course introduces students to the field of construction, including mathematical manipulations and basic tool identification, selection, and usage. Students will learn safety principles fundamental to construction, including the correct and safe use of hand and power tools, emergency and first aid procedures, and avoiding hazardous conditions.

CON 1225
Construction I
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Construction I is a course designed to teach students fundamental skills and techniques used in the construction and remodeling industries. Topics covered include blueprint reading, fundamental framing and finishing, electrical wiring, plumbing, and painting. Safety and the proper selection and use of tools are emphasized throughout this course. PREREQUISITE OR CO-REQUISITE: CON 1205 Construction Intro and Safety.

CON 2298
Special Topics in Construction
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This course is designed to cover a special topic or current issue in construction technology that is not covered by current course offerings.

ELEC
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DIRECTED MANUFACTURING FOCUS - Process Technology
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FA2019
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PTT 1200
Intro to Process Technology
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An overview of the process technology industry including power generation, oil and gas, chemical, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, water and waste water treatment, pulp and paper, and mining. Industry specific equipment, total quality management, and team environment are discussed.

PTT 1202
OSHA Training
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OSHA training for industry or construction environments. Topics defined by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for OSHA 10 or OSHA 20 certification.

PTT 1204
PTech Safety & the Environment
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Training for safety, health, and environment issues in industrial settings; including ergonomic, physical, biological, chemical, and environmental hazards. Safety will be paramount through understanding of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) utilization, emergency equipment operation, and first aid skill implementation. Governmental agencies and regulations that impact process industries will be discussed.

PTT 2201
P-Tech Equipment
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Process Technology Equipment reviews the basic piping, valves, pumps, compressors, generators, motors, and more advanced equipment such as cooling towers, heat exchanges, furnaces, boilers, dryers, filters, etc., found in industrial process settings.

PTT 2205
P-Tech Quality Control
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Process Technology Industry Quality Control concepts and applications are discussed including multiple industry applications of quality control methods and techniques. Students will be introduced to a variety of tools applicable to process management, process flow charting, process monitoring, and problem solving. PREREQUISITE: MTH 1201 Technical Mathematics.

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DIRECTED MANUFACTURING FOCUS - Welding
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FA2019
SP2020
WEL 1201
Basic Welding
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This course introduces basic welding equipment and provides students lab experience in performing basic welding skills.

WEL 1206
Special Projects in 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.

WEL 1210
Gas Metal Arc Welding
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A study of the basic applications of gas metal arc welding with standard solid filler wire. PREREQUISITE: Concurrent enrollment in or completion of WEL 1260 Combination Welding I or consent of instructor.

WEL 1215
Shielded Metal Arc Welding I
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Basic theory and laboratory activities for shielded metal arc welding, including electrode selection, types of welding joints, and application of shield metal arc welding (SMAW). PREREQUISITE: Concurrent enrollment in or completion of WEL 1260 Combination Welding I or consent of instructor.

WEL 1225
Blueprint Reading
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A practical course consisting of basic sketching, dimensioning material shapes and welding blueprint interpretation.

WEL 1260
Combination Welding I
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A combination of introductory level lectures and laboratory activities in gas metal arc welding, shielded metal arc welding, fuel gas welding, brazing and cutting.

Term Total
Program Total
21


We recommend that you contact an advisor before enrolling in any degree, certificate, or transfer program to ensure all requirements are met including total hours associated with transfer courses.

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