The competency certificate programs in Manufacturing Applications are offered through Engineering Technology and can be earned by completing four course sequences.
The student has two options to choose from:
- CNC Operator
- Quality Technician
The program is designed to provide skills in the operation of Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) lathe and milling machines. The student will be equipped to be a CNC Technician upon completion of the program.
|Required Engineering Technology Curriculum||9|
|MET 100*||Introduction to Machine Tool Processes||3|
|IET 110**||Engineering Graphics I||3|
|MET 200||Computer Numerical Control*.||3|
* Student Must have a math ACT score of 22 or higher, or Math 30 (or higher) with a grade of C or better, or ACT WorkKeys Applied mathematics Test Level 6 or higher.
** Students must have a Math ACT score of 19 or higher, or Math 20 (or higher), with a grade of C or better, or ACT WorkKeys Applied mathematics Test Level 6 or higher.
The program is designed to provide skills in Quality Tools, Statistical Process Control, Measurement Systems Analysis and Lean Manufacturing techniques. The student will be prepared to work as a Quality Technician, Quality Inspector, Quality Analyst or Process Improvement Technician.
|Required Engineering Technology Curriculum||12|
|MATH 130||College Algebra||3|
|IET 320||Applied Statistical Quality Control||3|
|IET 470||Six Sigma Methodology||3|
|IET 380||Principles of Lean||3|