(AMT) Advanced Manufacturing Technology Courses


(3 credits)  AMT 101 - Machine Shop Techniques I
Introduces students to manufacturing careers, shop safety, manufacturing operations. Topics include shop safety, mechanical hardware and shop tools, sawing, grinding, layout, hole making, and thread cutting. Corresponding labs reinforce lectures with practical examples. 2 lecture / 3 laboratory hours

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(3 credits)  AMT 102 - Machine Shop Analysis Methods
Prerequisite: MAT 115
Introduces students to the algebraic, geometric, and trigonometric concepts essential to solving problems commonly encountered in machine shop environments. Review of arithmetic followed by elements of measurement, algebra, graphing, geometry, and introductory trigonometry. 3 lecture hours

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(2 credits)  AMT 103 - Blueprint Reading Basics
Prerequisite: DRA 190
Introduces students to the basics of reading manufacturing prints. Topics include views, dimensions, tolerances, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, surface finish, threads, casting, forging, and molded part prints, welding and sheet metal prints. 2 lecture hours

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(3 credits)  AMT 110 - Machine Shop Techniques II
Prerequisite: AMT 101
Introduces students to the theory and practical concepts of manual machining. Topics include turning machines, vertical milling machines, grinding and abrasive machining processes. Corresponding labs reinforce lectures with practical examples which follow NIMS certification requirements. 2 lecture / 3 laboratory hours

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(3 credits)  AMT 122 - Metrology and Quality Control
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(3 credits)  AMT 220 - Material and Manufacturing Process
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(3 credits)  AMT 231 - Introduction to Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) Machines
Prerequisites: MET 123, MET 124
Introduces the theory and practical concepts of computer numerical controlled (CNC) machining equipment used in industry to manufacture extremely precise machine tool products. Topics include CNC equipment and terminology, G and M code familiarization, and machine tool safety practices. Corresponding labs reinforce lectures with practical hands-on examples which follow NIMS certification requirements. 2 lecture / 3 laboratory hours

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(3 credits)  AMT 232 - Advanced Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) Machines
Prerequisite: AMT 231
Investigates advanced theory and practical CAD/CAM (computer-aided drafting / computer-aided manufacturing) software concepts on computer numerical controlled (CNC) machining equipment used in industry to manufacture extremely precise and complicated machine tool products. Topics include CAD/CAM software (Mastercam) to produce complex machined parts, G and M code post- processing operations, and machine tool safety practices. Corresponding labs reinforce lectures with practical hands-on examples which follow NIMS certification requirements. 2 lecture / 3 laboratory hours

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(2 credits)  AMT 290 - Advanced Manufacturing Technology Internship
Prerequisite: coordinator approval
Introduces students to work experience in a manufacturing environment. 100 work experience hours

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(3 credits)  AMT 291 - Advanced Manufacturing Technology Internship
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