Associate in Applied Science
School of Business, Entrepreneurship, and Professional Development: 313-845-9645, firstname.lastname@example.org, Technology Bldg, Room: E-211
Guy Pizzino: 313-845-6331, email@example.com, Technology Bldg, Room: E-117B
Explores advanced precision machining skills utilizing computer numerical controlled (CNC) machining and turning centers, and CAD/CAM software. Course work introduces a variety of metals, usage of various types of cutting tools, precision measuring tools, manual lathes, vertical milling machines, surface grinders, and other shop equipment. Classes are conducted in real world laboratory settings using state-of-the-art equipment.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Develop knowledge of career opportunities and demonstrate the requisite entry level machining and measurement skills for the manufacturing industry.
- Practice safe work habits in an industrial manufacturing environment.
- Create a basic or complex part on non-computerized industry standard machining and turning equipment.
- Create complete complex parts on computer controlled machining centers.
- Create complete complex parts on computer controlled turning centers.
- Utilize quality control concepts to identify root cause part discrepancies.
- Utilize appropriate technology to solve complex problems through critical analysis in the machining environment.
- Synthesize information using numerical control software to complete three-dimensional parts on computer controlled milling and turning centers.
- Automation and Control Technician
- CNC Set-up Technician
- Engineering Technician
- Quality Controller
- Laboratory Technician
- Tool Analyst
- Pre-production Planner
- Plastic R & D Technician
- Sales & Service Engineer
- Process Engineer
- Test Technician
See General Education Requirements for details.
Required Core Courses
Credit Hours: 37
Required Support Courses
|Course name||Credit Hours|
|DRAF-110: Introduction to Industrial Drafting||3.00|
|DRAF-120: Introduction to CAD||4.00|
|CIS-100: Introduction to Information Technology||3.00|
|CIS-125: Principles of Programming Logic||4.00|
|ENG-131: Introduction to College Writing||3.00|
Credit Hours: 17
Minimum Total Credit Hours
Requirements are subject to change. The information represented here is effective starting Fall 2017 and applies to the current catalog year. If you were admitted prior to this year, please check your requirements under the My Progress section of HFC Self Service.