CAD*110, Introduction to CAD or 3-D CAD
Introduction to AutoCAD – An introduction to the techniques of generating graphic images with computers using AutoCAD. Topics include: overview of CAD terminology, computer terminology, hardware descriptions and requirements, file manipulation and management, two dimensional geometric construction, symbol library creation, dimensioning, scaling, sectioning, plotting, detail and assembly drawings including tolerance studies.  (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

MFG*051, Manufacturing Math I (3 credits)
First course in manufacturing mathematics. A study of arithmetic and algebraic operations applied to manufacturing circumstances. Fractions, decimals, tolerances, percentages, signed numbers, powers and roots, the metric system, as well as ratios and proportions are studied in depth. This course is not open to students who are eligible for MAT*137 or higher.  (Existing course, published September 2013)

MFG*102, Manufacturing Processes (3 credits)
This course studies manufacturing: making goods and wares by industrial processes. The course will provide theoretical experience in the scientific, engineering, and economic principles on which the various manufacturing processes are based. Prerequisite: Eligible for either ENG*063/ENG*101ALP or higher or ENG*096 taken concurrently. Co-requisite: MFG*103 (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

 

MFG*103, Manufacturing Processes Lab (1 Credit)
This course provides laboratory emphasis on common metal cutting tools and lathe operations, as well as on associated precision measuring tools and instruments.The labs will involve set-ups and procedures for milling machines, lathes,grinders, drill presses, and some measuring instruments.Students will be required to do lab work beyond the lab time scheduled for this course. Prerequisite: Eligible for ENG*063/ENG*ALP or higher or ENG*096 taken concurrently. Co-requisite MFG*102. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

MFG*105, Manufacturing Math II (3 credits)
A study of arithmetic and trigonometric operations applied to manufacturing circumstances. The following geometric entities are studied in detail: the circle, regular and irregular polygons, the right triangle and oblique triangles. The application of angular arithmetic including the study of angle decimal conversion, the Pythagorean theorem, sine, cosine, and tangent functions, and the Law of Sines and Law of Cosines. Prerequisite: MFG*051 with “C-” or better OR eligible for MAT*137E or higher.  (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

MFG*109, Introduction to MasterCAM (3 credits)
This course introduces the student to computer-based CAD/CAM (Computer-Aided Drafting/ Computer-Aided Manufacturing) using MasterCAM software, an industry standard. CAD/CAM uses CAD drawing tools to describe geometries of an object. The CAM portion of the program defines the toolpath that directs the motion of a machine tool to create a product that is the exact shape that was drawn. This introductory course familiarizes the student to MasterCAM using mill, lathe, and solids tutorials. Prerequisite: Eligible for either ENG*063/ENG*101ALP or higher or ENG*096 taken concurrently. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

MFG*124, Blueprint Reading I (2 Credits)
First course in blueprint reading. The study of orthographic projection. Topics include lines and their uses, auxiliary views, sectional views, basic and special dimensioning, dimensioning practices for holes, chamfers, angle, tapers, keyways diameters and radii. Also, geometric tolerancing and dimensioning is covered. Prerequisite: Eligible for either ENG*063/ENG*101ALP or higher or ENG*096 taken concurrently.  (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

MFG*125, Blueprint Reading II (3 credits)
Second course in blueprint reading. A further study of simple and complex drawings for machining or assembly purposes. Topics include the application and meaning of geometric characteristics and controls, the metric system, weldment, forging and casting drawings and procedures,communication with freehand sketches, blueprint terms and abbreviations. Prerequisite: Completion of  MFG*124 with a grade of C- or better. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

MFG*156, Manufacturing Machinery CNC I (2 Credits)
First course in CNC machinery and programming. Topics include: Cartesian coordinates, safe use of CNC equipment, set up and operation of 2-axis CNC lathe and 3-axis CNC machining center, CNC programming and execution of these programs.  Prerequisite: Eligible for either ENG*063/ENG*101ALP or higher or ENG*096 taken concurrently. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

MFG*171, Introduction to Lean Manufacturing (3 credits)
The purpose of this course is to provide the student with the fundamental knowledge of current continuous process improvement methodologies in use today within competitive manufacturing environments. This introductory course will expose the student to the basic concepts of Lean Manufacturing theory and the various tools and techniques involved with a lean implementation. This course will be presented following the lean-six sigma process methodology of DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control) to ensure that at the completion of the course, the student will be competent to participate effectively as a team member in lean implementation projects. Prerequisite: Eligible for either ENG*063/ENG*101ALP or higher or ENG*096 taken concurrently. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

MFG*202, Precision Machining (3 credits)
This course explains common methods of machining used to shape parts to specifications with the emphasis on traditional tool room machinery (lathes, milling machines, drilling machines, and grinders).Related topics also include shop safety, hand tools, measurement, layout work, and cutting fluids.Students will apply classroom lessons to the fabrication of parts in the lab course.Prerequisites:Completion of  both MFG102 and MFG*103 with a grade of C- or better and MFG*203 co-requisite. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

MFG*203, Precision Machining Lab (1 Credit)
This course supplements the Precision Machining course by providing the lab time necessary to reinforce classroom lessons.Students use lab machinery and equipment to shape parts to specifications using traditional tool room machinery (lathes,milling machines, drilling machines, and grinders).Related topics also include shop safety, hand tools, measurement, layout work, and cutting fluids. Students will be required to do lab work beyond the lab time scheduled for this course. Prerequisites:Completion of MFG103 and MFG102 co-requisite wit a grade of C- or better.

MFG*256, Manufacturing Machinery CNC II (3 credits)
This second course in Computer Numerical Controlled programming is a continuation of CNC I and provides a further study of CNC programming for the Lathe and Vertical Machining Center. Topics include setup and tooling, programming simple parts, canned drilling cycles, circular interpolation, special milling cycles, cutter compensation, looping and macros,and special features. Students will be introduced to MasterCAM software and useit to create part programs. Prerequisite: MFG156 with a grade of “C-” or better. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

QUA*114, Principles of Quality Control (3 credits)
Overview of the tools and techniques required in contemporary quality systems. First course in statistical quality control.Topics covered include determination of process capabilities, estimation of process standard deviation from sample data, use of control charts, calculation of probability of simple events.Student will develop SPC and TQM Manufacturing Plans.  (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)