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Summer Semester 2021 Catalog

Precision Manufacturing and Maintenance, Associate of Applied Science

Overview

Offered at the Thomson campus

Entrance Dates: Fall 
Length of Program: Five Terms
Credit Hours Required for Graduation: 60 

Program Description: The Precision Manufacturing and Maintenance degree program is designed to develop versatile skills required for a variety of manufacturing positions. This planned sequence of courses prepares students to install, program, operate, maintain, service, and diagnose electromechanical equipment used in manufacturing applications.

Employment Opportunities: Advanced manufacturing offers a wide variety of career opportunities, including industrial/mechanical maintenance technicians, machinists, millwrights, robotics technicians, and production supervisors in a variety of industrial settings that require automated manufacturing skills. Modern industry relies on complex productions systems to produce high-quality, economical products. Graduates of a precision manufacturing and maintenance program will be prepared for highly skilled positions employing machine operations, production line operations, engineering analysis, system analysis, instrumentation, physical controls, automation, manufacturing planning, quality control, and informational infrastructure.

 

Curriculum Outline

General Core Courses, 15 credits

ENGL 1101COMPOSITION & RHETORIC

3

 

MATH 1111COLLEGE ALGEBRA

3

OR

MATH 1103QUANTITATIVE SKILLS & REASONING

3

OR

MATH 1101MATHEMATICAL MODELING

3

 

XXXX XXXXSOCIAL/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE AREA II*

3

XXXX XXXXHUMANITIES/FINE ARTS AREA IV*

3

XXXX XXXXGENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE*

3

*A list of General Education Area I, II, III, IV courses can be found in the General Education

Core Curriculum Section of this catalog.

Occupational Courses, 26 credits

AUMF 1110FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS I

5

AUMF 1560MANUFACTURING PRODUCTION REQUIREMENTS

1

IDSY 1101DC Circuit Analysis

3

IDSY 1105AC Circuit Analysis

3

IDSY 1170INDUSTRIAL MECHANICS

4

IDSY 1240MAINTENANCE FOR RELIABILITY

4

XXXX XXXXOCCUPATIONAL GUIDED ELECTIVES*

6

Occupational Guided Electives, 6 credits

Select 6 credit hours from the following list of courses. 
AUMF 1130APPLIED HYDRAULICS, PNEUMATICS, AND MECHANICS

2

OR

ELCR 2150FLUID POWER

2

OR

IDSY 1190FLUID POWER SYSTEMS

4

 

AUMF 1210FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS II

5

AUMF 1580AUTOMATED MANUFACTURING SKILLS

3

ELCR 1280INTRODUCTION TO EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

3

ELCR 2110PROCESS CONTROL

3

IDSY 1110INDUSTRIAL MOTOR CONTROLS I

4

IDSY 1120BASIC INDUSTRIAL PLCs

4

IDSY 1130INDUSTRIAL WIRING

4

IDSY 1220ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL PLCs

4

IDSY 1230INDUSTRIAL INSTRUMENTATION

4

IDSY 1260Machine Tool for Industrial Repairs

4

MCHT 1011INTRODUCTION TO MACHINE TOOL

4

MEGT 1010Manufacturing Processes

3

 

 

 

(Completion of one of the following specializations is required)

Customized Training Specialization

Specific Occupational Courses, 20 credits
AUMF 1130APP HYDRAULICS PNEUMATICS MECH

2

IDSY 1110INDUSTRIAL MOTOR CONTROLS I

4

IDSY 1120BASIC INDUSTRIAL PLCS

4

IDSY 1160MECHANICAL LAWS AND PRINCIPLES

4

IDSY 1220INTERMEDIATE INDUSTRIAL PLCS

4

WELD 1330METAL WELDING AND CUTTING TECH

2

Industrial Mechanical Specialization

Specific Occupational Courses, 23 credits
AMCA 2110CNC FUNDAMENTALS

4

AUMF 1210FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING SYS II

5

IDSY 1160MECHANICAL LAWS AND PRINCIPLES

4

MCHT 1020HEAT TRMNT & SURFACE GRINDING

4

MEGT 2100MANUFACTURING QUALITY CONTROL

3

XXXX XXXXOCCUPATIONAL GUIDED ELECTIVE*

3

*Occupational Guided electives can be any AMCAAUMFELCRIDSYMCHT, or MEGT course that is not already being used to fulfill another area requirement.

Mechatronics Training Specialization

Specific Occupational Courses, 19 credits
IDSY 1120BASIC INDUSTRIAL PLCS

4

OR

AUMF 1120PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS

5

 

AUMF 1150INTRODUCTION TO ROBOTICS

3

IDSY 1005INTRODUCTION TO MECHATRONICS

4

IDSY 1230INDUSTRIAL INSTRUMENTATION

4

IDSY 2830NETWORKING INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT

4

Guided Pathway

You may click on any course below to view the course description and prerequisite information.

Students who do not follow the Course Sequence listed below may not be able to complete the program in the number of semesters shown.

Thomson Day Program, Fall Start

PROGRAM NAME: Precision Manufacturing and Maintenance

AWARD: Degree

CAMPUS: Thomson  Day Program

Check with Advisor for specialization offerings and availability. 

Year 1 Fall Semester

ENGL 1101COMPOSITION AND RHETORIC

3

MATH 1111COLLEGE ALGEBRA

3

IDSY 1101DC CIRCUIT ANALYSIS

3

AUMF 1560PRODUCTION REQUIREMENTS

1

XXXX XXXXSOCIAL/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE AREA II*

3

*A list of General Education Area I, II, III, IV courses can be found in the General Education

Core Curriculum Section of this catalog.

Year 1 Spring Semester

IDSY 1105AC CIRCUIT ANALYSIS

3

IDSY 1170INDUSTRIAL MECHANICS

4

IDSY 1240MAINTENANCE FOR RELIABILITY

4

AUMF 1110FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING SYST I

5

Year 1 Summer Semester

Choose one specialization. Please see your Advisor for specialization information and availability.
Customized Training Specialization
XXXX XXXXOCCUPATIONAL GUIDED ELECTIVES*

6

IDSY 1120BASIC INDUSTRIAL PLCS

4

IDSY 1110INDUSTRIAL MOTOR CONTROLS I

4

 
Industrial Mechnical Specialization
XXXX XXXXOCCUPATIONAL GUIDED ELECTIVES*

6

AMCA 2110CNC FUNDAMENTALS

4

AUMF 1210FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING SYS II

5

 
Mechatronics Training Specialization
XXXX XXXXOCCUPATIONAL GUIDED ELECTIVES*

6

IDSY 1120BASIC INDUSTRIAL PLCS

4

AUMF 1150INTRODUCTION TO ROBOTICS

3

 

Year 2 Fall Semester

 
Customized Training Specialization
AUMF 1130APP HYDRAULICS PNEUMATICS MECH

2

IDSY 1160MECHANICAL LAWS AND PRINCIPLES

4

IDSY 1220INTERMEDIATE INDUSTRIAL PLCS

4

WELD 1330METAL WELDING AND CUTTING TECH

2

 
Industrial Mechnical Specialization
IDSY 1160MECHANICAL LAWS AND PRINCIPLES

4

MCHT 1020HEAT TRMNT & SURFACE GRINDING

4

MEGT 2100MANUFACTURING QUALITY CONTROL

3

XXXX XXXXSPECIFIC OCCUPATIONAL GUIDED ELECTIVE*

3

 
Mechatronics Training Specialization
IDSY 1105AC CIRCUIT ANALYSIS

3

IDSY 1230INDUSTRIAL INSTRUMENTATION

4

IDSY 2830NETWORKING INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT

4

 

Year 2 Spring Semester

XXXX XXXXGENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE*

3

AREA IV Humanities/Fine Arts Elective*

3

*A list of General Education Area I, II, III, IV courses can be found in the General Education

Core Curriculum Section of this catalog.