Applied Technology

Engineering Design & Manufacturing
Associate of Applied Science (Two year program)

This program is designed as an interdisciplinary approach to train students with drafting/design technology, manufacturing and three-dimensional rapid prototyping skills. Students will be exposed to "high tech" computer based manufacturing techniques with ability to produce two and three-dimensional detailed drawings created from a solid model.

Graduates of this program may seek employment as draftspersons, designers, manufacturing technicians or engineering technologists.

Students may also continue their studies leading to an advanced degree at a four year institution in Manufacturing or Design Technology.

This program provides the student the opportunity:

  • To understand engineering graphics by using AutoCAD software for generating two-dimensional drawings and three-dimensional models.
  • To acquire skills in utilization of computer-aided design, computer-assisted manufacturing processes, electromechanical and hydraulic/pneumatic devices.

The graduate of this program is able to:

  • Define and describe various manufacturing materials, terminology, processes and material treatment.
  • Set-up and program Computer-Numeric Machines and evaluate tool paths.
  • Use CAM software to create a machine-readable program.
  • Prepare and interpret formal, professional engineering drawings by applying specific concepts, formats, and organization of engineering drawings.
  • Produce final drawings and three-dimensional prototypes in preparation for fabrication.

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Required Courses / Recommended Sequence
EGR-110 - Engineering Graphics, 3 credits
ENG-101 - English Composition, 3 credits
FYE-101 - First Year Experience, 1 credits
GET-121 - Manufacturing Processes I, 3 credits
MAT-111 - Technical Mathematics I, 3 credits
EDM-112 - 3D Modeling & Prototyping, 3 credits
EET-120 - Electrical Theory, 4 credits
ENG-261 - Technical Communications, 3 credits
GET-122 - Manufacturing Processes II, 3 credits
PHY-121 - Technical Physics (Mechanical), 4 credits
EDM-203 - CNC Machining I, 4 credits
EDM-230 - Computerized Advanced Drafting, 4 credits
GET-201 - Introduction to Robotics, 3 credits
GET-203 - Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers, 3 credits
Elective - Health and Physical Ed Electives, 1 credits
EDM-204 - CNC Machining II, 4 credits
EDM-240 - Computerized Design Problems, 4 credits
or GET-112 - UNKNOWN COURSE (GET-112), 4 credits
GET-207 - Fluid Power Applications, 3 credits
Elective - Social Science Elective, 3 credits

Total Credits for Degree: 63

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