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Milling Technology IThis course will introduce the student to the operation of the vertical milling machine. Emphasis will be placed on machine setup and machining parts square and parallel. Drilling, reaming, tapping, boring and angle milling will also be covered. Students will produce parts in the shop environment.3MACH1105 or instructor approvalMACH1125View
Commercial Materials and Methods of ConstructionThis course will introduce the student to the materials and methods commonly encountered in large-scale construction projects. Consideration will be given to the materials, their properties, application techniques and construction practices as well as how these should be represented graphically. Materials to be examined include steel, concrete, masonry, interior and exterior finishes and waterproofing. Students will prepare commercial construction specifications and estimate material costs.2Qualifying score on reading assessment test OR ENGL0901 and ARCH1101 OR ARCH2370 ARCH2466View
Inspection Equipment and TechniquesThis course will introduce the student to the maintenance and operation of advanced measurement equipment such as the CMM (Coordinate Measuring Machine) optical comparator, and vision systems. Programming and reporting software for this equipment will also be studied.3MACH2610 or instructor approvalMACH2615View
Heat Treating and MetallurgyThis course will introduce the student to the identification and characteristics of the common metals used in the machining industry. Emphasis will be placed on the composition of steel and the effects of its alloys. Heat treating and hardness testing of steel will also be examined. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.2MACH1125 or Instructor approvalMACH2445View
Drilling and Sawing ProcessesThis course will introduce the student to the horizontal cutoff saw, the vertical bandsaw and operation of the drill press. Hands on use of these machine tools will be emphasized through a lab experience. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.2MACH1100 or Instructor approvalMACH1105View
CNC MillingThis course will introduce the student to the fundamentals of computer numerical controlled milling. Programming, tooling requirements, machine setup, and machine operation will be emphasized.3CNC Operators Certificate, or equivalent industry experience with instructors approvalMACH2415View
PsychrometricsThis course will introduce the student to the fundamentals of air properties.1NoneHVAC1120View
After EffectsThis course will introduce the student to the foundations of motion graphics. Students will explore animation and visual effects for video, film, web, and games.3MMVP1500 with a grade of C or better or instructor approvalMMVP2560View
Engineering Design ProjectThis course will introduce the student to the design and prototyping process. The students will create a design using a three-dimensional CAD station and rapid prototype the design using a three-dimensional printer. Through the use of a variety of manufacturing machines and quality assurance equipment the student will produce a final product to meet the original design concept.3MACH1056 or ENGC1011 and one of the following: ENGC1100, ENGC1160, ENGC1250, ENGC2100, or an approved three-dimensional CAD applicationENGC2075View
Inspection ProcessesThis course will introduce the student to the concepts of statistical sampling and industry measuring methods. Students will examine setups and fixtures. Advanced measuring techniques will be introduced.3MACH2440 or MACH2600 or METS1050 or instructor approvalMACH2610View