Manufacturing Technology (MFG)

Manufacturing Technology

Course Information Cr Hrs
MFG-135 Print Reading and Welding SymbolsThis course will teach students how to read the various prints they will encounter in industry.  Students will learn how to read machining and welding prints, the various parts of a print, the common views used to convey information, and the weld symbols needed to complete most of the tasks found in industry.  The focus of this course is to give the student a solid foundation for producing parts in industry. 

4-3-2
MFG-275 Manufacturing Capstone

This course provides the student the opportunity to apply skills, knowledge, and creativity to a variety of manufacturing related problems and scenarios. The specific course outline is tailored to the individual MFG degree student and may require participation in a capstone course from one of the programs that constitute the MFG degree or may involve a directed customized capstone experience. The student must consult with a department chair from one of the MFG programs to tailor the course content to the individualís needs prior to enrolling.

 Prerequisite: 30 hours completed or including concurrent enrollment in MFG program specific courses and department chair consultation.
Variable 3-4
MFG-290 Co-operative Education/Internship

This course provides supervised work experience in the major fi eld, which provides the opportunity to make practical application of the knowledge and skills attained through coursework. An individualized instructional management plan determines goals to be accomplished. Seminars may also be required.

 Prerequisite: 30 hours completed or including concurrent enrollment in MFG program specific courses and department chair consultation.
Variable 1-3