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Manufacturing Technology


The manufacturing technology program prepares graduates for supervisory or technical positions in manufacturing. Curriculum requirements are broad-based so that graduates can obtain employment in a wide variety of manufactuirng areas. Some include quality control, production and inventory control, manufacturing processes, and computer-aided manufacturing. The technician will develop a fundamental knowledge of materials, manufacturing processes, quality processes, computer, electrical, mechanical and machine control systems related to manufacturing disciplines.

 

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Degrees & Certificates in Manufacturing Technology

APPLIED SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY DIVISION

MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY — Degree

Associate in Applied Science Degree

The Manufacturing Technology program is designed to prepare graduates for supervisory or technical positions in manufacturing. Curriculum requirements are broad-based to enable graduates to obtain employment in a wide variety of manufacturing areas, such as quality control, production and inventory control, manufacturing processes and computer-aided manufacturing. The technician will develop a fundamental knowledge of materials, manufacturing process, quality processes, and computer, electrical, mechanical and machine control systems related to manufacturing disciplines.

 Total = 64 Hours

First Semester (15 Cr. Hrs.)

Second Semester (16 Cr. Hrs.)

  • CAD 1201 Introduction to Computer-Aided Drafting (2)
  • COMM 1101 Principles of Effective Speaking (3)
  • FLPR 1262 Fluid Power Fundamentals 5
  • MFG 1211 Industrial Metrology (3)
  • MFG 1220 Production and Inventory Control (3)

Third Semester (18 Cr. Hrs.)

Fourth Semester (15 Cr. Hrs.)

  • IST 1221 Industrial Safety (2)
  • MFG 1230 Blueprint Reading (3)
  • WELD 1270 Introduction to Welding Processes (4)
  • Elective – Technical 2 (3)
  • Elective – Technical 2 (3)

Technical Electives

1 Prerequisite course(s) may be required based on test scores.

MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY — Certificate

Occupational Certificate

The Manufacturing Technology program is designed to prepare graduates for supervisory or technical positions in manufacturing. Curriculum requirements are broad-based to enable graduates to obtain employment in a wide variety of manufacturing areas, such as quality control, production and inventory control, manufacturing processes and computer-aided manufacturing. The technician will develop a fundamental knowledge of materials, manufacturing process, quality processes, and computer, electrical, mechanical and machine control systems related to manufacturing disciplines.

Gainful Employment Information

► Total = 32 Hours

First Semester (17 Cr. Hrs.)

Second Semester (15 Cr. Hrs.)

  • IST 2230 Introduction to PLCs (3)
  • MFG 1220 Production and Inventory Control (3)
  • MFG 1230 Blueprint Reading (3)
  • QUAL 1203 Introduction to Quality Control (3)
  • Elective – Technical 2 (3)

Technical Electives

CERTIFIED PRODUCTION TECHNICIAN — Certificate

Occupational Certificate

The Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC) industry-recognized credentialing system leading to a certified production technician covers the four critical production functions common to all sectors of manufacturing. This program provides the foundational knowledge and skill sets applicable for entry- to mid-level production technician jobs in the manufacturing industry. It is designed for individuals wanting to enter the manufacturing field as production line workers as well as experienced employees wishing to seek MSSC certification. Students must receive a "C" or better in all courses.

Gainful Employment Information

 Total = 16 Hours

First Semester (16 Cr. Hrs.)

  • MFG 1207 Safety (3)
  • MFG 1208 Manufacturing Processes & Production (3)
  • MFG 1209 Maintenance Awareness (3)
  • MFG 1210 Quality Practices & Measurement (3)
  • Technical Elective(s) (4)
 

 

Faculty & Staff


Dean of Applied Science
Phone Extension: 1292
Building: Advanced Technology Division
Office: 138
 
Administrative Assistant/Applied Science & Technology Division
Phone Extension: 1261
Building: Advanced Technology Center
Office: 138
 
Mining Technology Instructor
Phone Extension: 1285
Building: Coal Mining Training Center
Office: 103
 

Applied Science & Technology Division
Phone: (618) 437-5321 Ext. 1261
Email:
Address: 468 N. Ken Gray Parkway, Ina, IL 62846 Attn: Applied Science
Fax Number: (618) 437-5677 Attn: Applied Science

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