Learning Outcomes for Manufacturing, AAS 

Upon completion of this program, students will: 

- Demonstrate high standards of professionalism and safety.  

a. Working with Others: Students will demonstrate that they can plan, work, and accomplish a task utilizing the help of their peers. 

b. Hand Tool Safety: Students will demonstrate the proper and safe use of hand tools. 

c. Personal Safety: Students will demonstrate proper use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). 

- Demonstrate skills in utilizing proper tools, materials & machines for manufacturing. 

a. Measurement Tools: Students will demonstrate the proper selection and use of Semi-Precision and Precision Measurement Tools. 

b. Welding, cutting and foundry: Students will demonstrate the proper processes when Welding/Cutting/Founding Metals. 

c. Machine Tools: Students will demonstrate the proper selection and use of CNC or manual machine tools. 

- Demonstrate understanding of the Development Process by effective use of resources to convert materials into industrial and consumable goods. 

a. Design: Students will demonstrate how to design something based upon a perceived need. 

b. Development: Students will Create and Test their Design to see if it fills the need of the Original Design Idea.   

c. Manufacture: Students will use a Developed Design and create Manufacturing Processes that will produce enough of said Design to fill the needs of the market. 

- Use Graphic Communication resources to convey technical information. 

a. Technical Drafting: Students will be able to use Precision Measuring tools, (i.e. caliper, rule, micrometer, dial indicator, Vernier scale tools,) to aid in Drafting Geometric figures. 

b. Computer Aided Design 2D: Students will demonstrate proficiency in creating 2D CAD drawings and prints. 

c. Computer Aided Design 3D: Students will demonstrate proficiency in creating 3D CAD Drawings as well as 3D printed models. 

Associates of Applied Science in Metals Manufacturing

Required Courses
DDSN 119Technical Graphics I3
WLDG 110Welding Theory I2
WLDG 111Welding Theory I Practical2
WLDG 114Mig/Tig Welding3
WLDG 195Practicum: Welding (Repeat for 12 credits)3
WRIT 101College Writing I (Meets CAT I Requirement)3
WLDG 180Shielded Metal Arc Welding3
WLDG 260Repair & Maintenance Welding3
WLDG 186Welding Qual Test Prep w/Lab3
BGEN 105Introduction to Business3
COMX 111Intro to Public Speaking (Meets CAT I Requirement)3
DDSN 114Introduction to CAD3
MCH 200Machining3
MCH 250Manuf Processes and Materials3
CAPP 120Introduction to Computers3
M 121College Algebra (Meets CAT II Requirement)3
DDSN 255Machine Drafting3
MFGT 252CNC Machining3
IT 111Industrial Safety/Waste Mgmnt2
PHSX 105Fund of Physical Science (Meets CAT III Requirements)3
PHSX 106Fund of Physical Science Lab0
Total Credits Required66