GCC 2018-19 Catalog - Page 92



MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY
Certificate – 1 year
The Manufacturing Technology Certificate is a one-year program in which students will learn basic design and manufacturing skills in
order to enter the workforce. Topics include (but are not limited to) materials and lean manufacturing processes, designing in AutoCAD
and SolidWorks, basic CNC programming, and quality control. The program also serves as a basis for the two-year Mechanical
Engineering Technology Associates Degree.
FIRST SEMESTER
CREDITS
ORI 100 College Experience ............................................... 1
Social Science or Humanities .............................................. 3
DWG 105 Intro to 2D Auto Cad .......................................... 4
EGR 101 Engineering Graphics ........................................... 2
ENG 101 English Composition or
ENG 105 Technical English or
SPE 105 Interpersonal Communications ............................. 3
MTH 106 Math for Engineering Technologies or
MTH 103 Introduction to Algebra .......................................... 3
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SECOND SEMESTER
CREDITS
DWG 102 Industrial Drafting................................................. 4
DWG 106 Introduction to 3D Solid Works ........................... 3
EGR 102 Descriptive Geometry ............................................ 2
AMD 100 Introduction to CNC-QC ...................................... 3
PHY 121T Tech. Physics: Mech. And Thermodynamics ..... 3
CPL 200 Introduction to Computers & Microsoft Office ..... 2
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Total Credits: 34
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
Associate of Applied Technology – 2 years
Mechanical Engineering Technologists bridge the world of the theoretical engineer and the practical approach of the skilled workforce.
Mechanical Engineering Technologists are expected to apply current technologies and principles from machine and product design,
production and material and manufacturing processes. Students learn skills in hands-on application labs and courses that explore the
fundamentals of mechanics, mathematics, physics, materials technology, and computer-aided design.
GENERAL EDUCATION CORE
ORI 100 College Experience ............................................... 1
ENG 101 English Composition or ....................................... 3
ENG 105 Technical English or ............................................ 3
SPE 105 Interpersonal Communications.............................. 3
MTH 106 Math for Engineering Technologies .................... 4
Social Science and Humanities ............................................ 6
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ENGINEERING CORE
CPL 200 Introduction to Computers and Microsoft Office.. 2
DWG 105 Intro to 2D AutoCAD ......................................... 4
DWG 106 Introduction to 3D SolidWorks .......................... 3
DWG 200 Strength of Materials .......................................... 3
DWG 201 Architectural Design ........................................... 4
EGR 101 Engineering Graphics ........................................... 2
EGR 102 Descriptive Geometry .......................................... 2
PHY 121T Technical Physics: Mech. & Thermodynamics . 3
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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING REQUIRED COURSES
AMD 100 Introduction to CNC-QC..................................... 3
AMD 101 Introduction to AMD .......................................... 3
DWG 102 Industrial Drafting .............................................. 4
DWG 107 Advanced 3D SolidWorks .................................. 3
DWG 202 Tool Design ........................................................ 4
DWG 203 Machine Design .................................................. 3
DWG 206 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing ......... 3
IND 200 Industrial Seminar ................................................. 6
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Total Credits: 67

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