The Certificate in Manufacturing Principles offers students an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of manufacturing systems and seeks to prepare them to better succeed in entry-level positions with the potential for accelerated promotion within a company. The coursework has been developed in partnership with industry partners and is regularly reviewed and revised by an industry advisory board to ensure that the curriculum is current with industry standards, workplace needs, and incorporates real-world applications.
Complete all courses listed below unless otherwise indicated.
|MTH 2120||Technical Math 1||3|
|MTH 2500||Statistical Quality Control||3|
|GET 1100||Introduction to Engineering and Technology||3|
|GET 1150||Foundations of Engineering Graphics and Design||3|
|MET 2000||Engineering Computer-Aided Design and Tolerance Analysis||3|
|AVM 1150||Fundamentals of Manufacturing Systems||3|
|AVM 1200||Fundamentals of Safety, Health, and Environmental Issues||3|
|AVM 2200||Composite Materials and Applications||3|
24 total semester hours required