Advanced Manufacturing Technology
Advanced Manufacturing Technology
Certificate of Proficiency
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B-STEM Division
Business, Science, Technology, Engineering and Math

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The Advanced Manufacturing Technology program is designed to prepare students for the modern manufacturing environment. This certificate of proficiency is attractive to employers who implement team-oriented design, production, quality, and maintenance systems within the manufacturing environment.

American manufacturers are becoming increasingly dependent upon the use of high-tech equipment that involves multiple, integrated systems. It is crucial that these companies be able to recruit and employ individuals who know how to operate, troubleshoot, and maintain it.

The certificate program prepares students for apprentice/entry-level positions in shops and manufacturing facilities not only in the local area but almost anywhere in the country. Typical tasks include setting up and operating equipment such as engine or turret lathes, milling machines, and power presses. More advanced tasks may involve operating computer-controlled manufacturing equipment (CNC) as well as programmable logic controllers (PLCs) or robots for assembly lines.

Admission to the program requires a high school diploma or its equivalent with one year of algebra or applied mathematics.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES
  • Read prints and schematics;
  • Use instruments such as micrometers, calipers, and scales;
  • Set up and operate a milling machine;
  • Set up and operate a lathe;
  • Populate and repair printed circuit boards;
  • Maintain a safe and organized work space;
  • Make certain mathematical calculations related to shop work;
  • Succeed in future courses, such as those involving PLC and CNC systems.

SEE ALSO:
Advanced Manufacturing Technology degree program

CERTIFICATE CURRICULUM
2019-2020 Academic Year
 earlier / Archive
MANUF.TECH.AMT.CERT
CIP 143601
Credit-bearing certificate programs can serve as gateways to earning an associate degree. Students are encouraged to consult the program coordinator, an academic advisor or Success Coach to explore such opportunities.
Code Course (lecture/lab hours) Credits
AMT 101 Machine Shop Techniques I (2/3) 3
DRA 190 Introduction to Computer-Aided Drafting (1/2) 2
ENG 101 English Composition I (3/0) 3
MAT 115 Algebra and Trigonometry I (3/0) 3
  —    — Science OR Technology general education elective 3
AMT 102 Machine Shop Analysis Methods (3/0) 3
AMT 103 Blueprint Reading Basics (2/0) 2
AMT 110 Machine Shop Techniques II (2/3) 3
AMT 231 Introduction to Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) Machines (2/3) 3
AMT 232 Advanced Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) Machines (2/3) 3
AMT 290 Advanced Manufacturing Technology Internship 2
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