Nov 25, 2020  
2015-2016 Catalog 
    
2015-2016 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Codes and Descriptions


 

 

Journalism

  
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    JR 256 - Broadcast Communication

    Credits: 3
    Contact Hours: 3
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: This course focuses on all aspects of broadcast communication. The course emphasizes techniques for, and the impact of, communicating through electronic broadcast media, including radio announcing, television and web-based news and sports, interviewing, and voice delivery techniques. New broadcast technologies and career options will be discussed. This is primarily a lecture format course, not a studio-based class, but it will provide some hands-on experience in recording pieces in a broadcast style. 

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    JR 257 - Reporting

    Credits: 3
    Contact Hours: 3
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: A course in researching, reporting, and writing news stories for newspapers. Includes beat reporting techniques, backgrounding individuals, using public records and documents in reporting, interviewing, using computers and databases in reporting, and legal and ethical problems and responsibilities. Successful completion of EN 102 recommended before taking JR 257.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    JR 266 - Fundamentals of Public Relations

    Credits: 3
    Contact Hours: 3
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: Fundamentals of Public Relations offers an examination of the role of public relations in society, business, and government. The course will provide a historical perspective on the development of the PR practice, examine career options in the field, and explore the planning and implementation of public relations campaigns through readings, lectures, group discussions, case studies, hands-on exercises, and presentations. The class serves as an introductory class for those interested in pursuing PR as a course of study or career, but also serves as general elective credit for any student wishing to better understand the impact of PR in society. Recommended Skills: Competence in reading college-level material and the ability to write and speak at an appropriate level for college-level assignments.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

  
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    MRI Elective - (min. of 3)

    Credits:
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description:

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MRI 200 - Professional Prospectus

    Credits: 1
    Contact Hours: 1
    Prerequisites: BI 121 and BI 122

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: This course serves to orient the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) student to the profession of medical imaging. Students will explore the integration of MRI within the encompassing healthcare system with emphasis on the inter-relating roles of the various health care professionals. The evolution of MRI as a professional will be investigated with students classifying various organizations and agencies that drive the development and continuing education of MRI technologist’s role and responsibility. Discussion will surround such topics as educational requirements, program accreditation, professional credentialing, and continuing education. The course concludes with exploration and discussion surrounding potential legal and ethical implications associated with providing healthcare services. Effective and appropriate communication methods and processes as a means to provide exceptional patient care and reduce risk are emphasized. With the MRI - focused content, and updated professional requirements offered, technologists registered in other imaging modalities should find value in this course.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MRI 201 - Computer Applications in Medical Imaging

    Credits: 3
    Contact Hours: 3
    Prerequisites: MRI 222 and MRI 230 and MRI 261

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: Computer applications in the radiologic sciences related to image capture, display, storage and distribution. Specific to MR, the content imparts an understanding of the components, principles and operation of digital imaging systems, image data management and data manipulation (postprocessing). Additional content provides basic concepts of patient information management including medical records concerns and privacy and regulatory issues.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MRI 220 - MR Physics I MR Physics I

    Credits: 3
    Contact Hours: 3
    Prerequisites: MRI 200

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: The first of a two-semester course will cover the basic principles of MRI, data acquisitions and tissue characteristics (proton spin, relaxation times, phasing and de-phasing) in image formation.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MRI 222 - MR Physics II

    Credits: 3
    Contact Hours: 3
    Prerequisites: MRI 220 and MRI 241 and MRI 260

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: This course will expose the student to more advanced techniques in Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Gradient Echo, Cardiac Imaging, Magnetic Resonance Angiography, Diffusion, Perfusion and Spectroscopy will be introduced.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MRI 230 - MR Procedures and Pathophysiology I

    Credits: 3
    Contact Hours: 3
    Prerequisites: MRI 220 and MRI 241 and MRI 260

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: Provide an overview of imaging techniques related to the CNS (brain and spine), and MSK (musculoskeletal). Specific clinical applications, coils that are available and their use, considerations in the scan sequences, specific choices in the protocols, and positioning criteria are practiced. Anatomical structures and the plane that best demonstrates anatomy will be discussed as well as signal characteristics of normal and abnormal structures.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MRI 232 - MR Procedures and Pathophysiology II

    Credits: 3
    Contact Hours: 3
    Prerequisites: MRI 222 and MRI 230 and MRI 261

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: Provide an overview of imaging techniques related to the BODY (abdomen/pelvis), special imaging techniques (functional MRI, spectroscopy, DWI, heart), and breast. Special clinical applications, coils that are available and their use, considerations in the scan sequences, specific choices in the protocols, and positioning criteria are practiced. Anatomical structures and the plan that best demonstrates anatomy will be discussed as well as signal characteristics of normal and abnormal structures.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MRI 240 - MRI Image Analysis

    Credits: 3
    Contact Hours: 3
    Prerequisites: MRI 201 and MRI 232 and MRI 262

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: Case study analysis and student image portfolios will be utilized to evaluate for optimal diagnostic value. Critical assessment will include principles of quality image formation, identification of anatomy, identification of pathology, and parameter adjustments needed for differential diagnosis. Additional discussion will focus quality control procedures, PACS image display, image post processing, and image archiving.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MRI 241 - Sectional Anatomy

    Credits: 3
    Contact Hours: 3
    Prerequisites: MRI 200

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: Provide an overview of transverse, coronal, and sagittal sectional anatomy of the human body. Special emphasis is placed on a study of the head and brain, thorax, abdomen and pelvis. The shoulder, elbow, hip and knee are also examined. Correlations between cadaver cross-sections, CTs, MRIs and radiographs are explored.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MRI 260 - Pre-clinical Preparation

    Credits: 3
    Contact Hours: 3
    Prerequisites: MRI 200

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: This course prepares the MRI student for safe participation in clinical education within the MRI environment. Students will explore and discuss the importance of MRI safety and patient assessment. The ability to critically think will be emphasized as students investigate various patient-related considerations requiring adaptation to successfully execute the MRI procedure. Basic pharmacology as it relates to the MRI patient will be explored and discussed, as will infection control practices and procedures. Students will be introduced to MRI equipment, quality control, and MRI procedures. While most of the course is delivered online, students will practice and master various safety procedures in a face-to-face workshop setting.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MRI 261 - Clinical Practice 1

    Credits: 3
    Contact Hours: 3
    Prerequisites: MRI 260 (C or Higher)

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: This is the first in a series of three progressive clinical courses providing the students an opportunity to observe, practice and master procedures in the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) department of affiliating hospitals, clinics, or other MRI provider facilities. Students remain under the direct supervision of a technologist and/or physician while in the clinical education setting. Students will acquire knowledge and learn skills related to MRI safety, equipment, patient care, and basic imaging procedures and protocols, with emphasis on fostering the professional values, attitudes, and behaviors necessary to be successful in the healthcare environment. Students are expected to achieve a minimum of 6 competencies as listed by The American Registry of Radiologic (ARRT) following the Primary Pathway requirements. An online component will accompany the hands-on clinical practice aspect of the course to further advance learning within a learning community.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MRI 262 - MRI Clinical Practice II

    Credits: 3
    Contact Hours: 3
    Prerequisites: MRI 261 (C or Higher)

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: This is the second in a series of three progressive clinical courses allowing the student an opportunity to observe, practice, and master procedures in the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) department of affiliating hospitals, clinics, or other MRI provider facilities. Students remain under the direct supervision of a technologist and/or physician while in the clinical education setting. Students will advance the skills and knowledge they gathered in MRI 261 Clinical Practice I while engaging in more complex procedures and protocols. Emphasis will be placed on patient safety and comfort while fostering growth in the professional values, attitudes, and behaviors necessary in the healthcare environment. Students completing this course are expected to achieve a minimum of 12 competencies as listed by the American Registry of Radiological Technologists (ARRT) following the Primary Pathway requirements. An online component will accompany the hands-on clinical practices aspect of the course to further advance learning within a learning community.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MRI 263 - MRI Clinical Practice III

    Credits: 3
    Contact Hours: 0.18
    Prerequisites: MRI 261 (C or Higher) and MRI 262 (C or Higher)

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: This is the final of three clinical courses allowing the student an opportunity to observe, practice, and master procedures in the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) department of affiliating hospitals, clinics, or other MRI provider facilities while under the direct supervision of a technologist and/or physician. This course focuses on the completion of all remaining competencies required by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) following the Primary Pathway requirements. Upon completion of all required competencies, efforts will be made to enrich the student¿s clinical education experience by arranging for participation in non-routine advanced procedures and protocols or in MRI clinically relevant special projects. These clinical assignments will be determined and arranged by the Educational Coordinator in collaboration with the Clinical Education Provider based on availability and clinical relevance. Emphasis will be placed on patient safety and comfort. Mastery of the professional values, attitudes, and behaviors necessary in the healthcare environment are expected. An online component will accompany the hands-on clinical practices aspect of the course to further advance learning within a learning community.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MRI 295 - MRI Certification Exam Preparation

    Credits: 3
    Contact Hours: 3
    Prerequisites: MRI 201 and MRI 232 and MRI 262

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: This course provides the student with instructional review and a self examination process as preparation for the certification exam in Magnetic Resonance Imaging.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None

Liberal Arts & Sciences

  
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    General Elective - (min. of 1)

    Credits:
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description:

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    General Elective - (min. of 2)

    Credits:
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description:

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    General Elective - (min. of 3)

    Credits:
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description:

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    General Elective - (min. of 4)

    Credits:
    Prerequisites: none

    Corequisites: none

    College Level Prerequisites: none
    Description:

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    Lab Sci. Elective - (min. of 4)

    Credits:
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description:

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    Lab Science Elective - (min. of 4)

    Credits:
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description:

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    Lab/Non Lab Sci. Elective - (min. of 3)

    Credits:
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description:

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    Lab/Non Lab Sci. Elective - (min. of 4)

    Credits:
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description:

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    Nat. Sci. & Math Elective - (min. of 3)

    Credits:
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description:

    Department Consent: None
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    Nat. Sci. & Math Elective - (min. of 4)

    Credits:
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description:

    Department Consent: None
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    Non Lab Sci. Elective - (min. of 3)

    Credits:
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description:

    Department Consent: None
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    Social Sciences Elective - (min. of 3)

    Credits:
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description:

    Department Consent: None
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None

Manufacturing

  
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    MN Elective - (min. of 3)

    Credits:
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description:

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 100 - Manufacturing Principles

    Credits: 2
    Contact Hours: 2


    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: The course is a study of manufacturing principles, which include, but are not limited to team development and problem solving. The ability to work in teams including interpersonal and organizational skills is stressed. The student will learn and complete project management.

     

    Department Consent: No Consent


    General Education Distribution Category Met: None

  
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    MN 102 - Lean Manufacturing Principles

    Credits: 2
    Contact Hours: 2
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: The course focuses on the study and practice of core competencies which create a culture for corporations to eliminate waste activities. This course will include the concepts of Lean Manufacturing practices: Value Stream Mapping, Waste Identification, Kaizan, SMED, Kan Ban, Problem Solving, 5¿S, Standardized Work, and Poke Yoke. The participant will be involved in practical application, project presentation and project management.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 108 - Technical Skills Enhancement

    Credits: 2
    Contact Hours: 2
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: This course emphasizes the contextualization of skills specific to fields of study in manufacturing and trades. This is accomplished through use of examples and exercises explaining the uses of math, basic blue print reading, mechanical concepts, spatial skill development and reading comprehension. Areas of study incorporate fractions, decimals, ratios, proportions, direct and inverse variation, linear equations, basic geometry formulas, mechanical comprehension and calculations for simple machines, reading and interpreting technical industrial drawings, and reading technical passages for comprehension. This class offers instruction for the many aspects of education required for manufacturing, design and industrial fields.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 113 - Mechanical Power Transmission

    Credits: 2
    Contact Hours: 2.25
    Prerequisites: TE 103

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: A course in power transmission equipment which supplies the essential links between machines and their source for driving power. This course discusses bearings, chain drives, belts, conveyors, couplers, controls, gears, speed reducers, and lubrication.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 114 - Machine Trades Blueprint Reading

    Credits: 2
    Contact Hours: 2.25
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: An introductory course covering the lines, views, dimensions and notes used on blueprints in the machine trades. Free-hand sketching is also incorporated.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 114A - Machine Trades Blueprint Reading Module A

    Credits: 1
    Contact Hours: 1.12
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: Students learn to identify the types of lines and views used in engineering drawings and recognize and interpret the attributes of an assembly and detail engineering drawing.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 114B - Machine Trades Blueprint Reading Module B

    Credits: 1
    Contact Hours: 1.12
    Prerequisites: MN 114A

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: Students interpret engineering working drawing measurements and dimensioning as well as interpret engineering drawing notes.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 116 - Basic Welding

    Credits: 2
    Contact Hours: 4


    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: The purpose of this course is to acquaint the student with the fundamentals of oxyacetylene, electric arc, and inert gas welding.  Students learn basic skills in gas and arc welding, the standards for safe welding practices and the ability to determine sound welding design.

    This course is also delivered in Modules. You must complete each of the modules listed below, in order to receive full credit for the MN116 course.

    MN 116A Basic Welding Module A. To acquaint the student with the fundamentals of oxyacetylene, welding, cutting and brazing. Provide the student with basic skills in gas welding, the standards for safe welding practices and the ability to determine sound welding design.

    MN 116B Basic Welding Module B. To acquaint the student with the fundamentals electric arc, and inert gas welding. Provide the student with basic skills in arc welding, the standards for safe welding practices and the ability to determine sound welding design.

    Department Consent: No Consent


    General Education Distribution Category Met: None

  
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    MN 116A - Welding Module A

    Credits: 1
    Contact Hours: 2
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: A study of oxyacetylene welding equipment and materials. Emphasizes skills needed to adjust equipment and perform safely while gas welding, brazing, and silver soldering on a variety of metals in various positions. Flame cutting skills are also studied.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 116B - Welding Module B

    Credits: 1
    Contact Hours: 2
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: The fundamentals of electric arc and inert gas welding. Students gain basic skills in arc welding and the ability to discern sound welding design. They also learn standards for safe welding practices.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 119 - Introductory Machine Operations

    Credits: 4
    Contact Hours: 8
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: This class covers the basic operation of metal-removing machinery most commonly used in industry. Areas of instruction include the proper use of power saws, drill presses, lathes, vertical mills, and surface grinders. Shop safety, basic metrology, and an introduction to CNC machining is also included. Recommended Skills: A strong proficiency in math and blueprint reading is recommended.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 119A - Introductory Machine Operations Module A

    Credits: 2
    Contact Hours: 2
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: An introduction to the machine shop and manufacturing shop floor environment. Special emphasis is placed on general safety procedures and recognition of hazardous materials. Proper use of hand tools, measurement tools and layout tools is emphasized. Additionally, the student will learn the general capabilities of milling, turning, and grinding machines.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 119B - Introductory Machine Operations Module B

    Credits: 1
    Contact Hours: 2
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: Students study and apply the fundamentals of metal cutting and the applications of cutting tools. Specific training in the proper use of common machine tools follows this. These machines include power saws, lathes, universal mills, drill presses, and grinders.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 119C - Introductory Machine Operations Module C

    Credits: 1
    Contact Hours: 2
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: Students will study advanced operations of common machine tools. Special tooling, setups, and fixturing methods are introduced. Additionally, larger and more powerful machine tools are used on the projects; tighter tolerances and better surface finishes are required.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 119D - Introductory Machine Operations Module D

    Credits: 1
    Contact Hours: 2
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: Students will be introduced to the CNC machine tools. Students will use the CNC Hurco mills in both manual and conversational modes. The basic concepts of CNC setup and operation are covered.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 125 - Composites Technology

    Credits: 3
    Contact Hours: 4
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: This Composites course is designed to provide manufacturing and plastics technology students with the fundamental concepts of fiber-filled polymers used in various manufacturing industrial applications including emerging technologies such as wind power and other alternative energy fields. Emphasis is on developing understanding through exploring and modeling the solid reinforcing materials, compatible polymer resins, and the resulting matrix structure of these components. Understanding of typical manufacturing methods used for composite production is developed through much hands-on experimentation and product testing.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 134 - Basic Oxyacetylene Welding

    Credits: 2
    Contact Hours: 2
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: To acquaint the student with the fundamentals of oxyacetylene welding cutting and brazing. Provide the student with basic skills in oxy-fuel operations and the standards for safe welding practices.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 134A - Oxy-Acetylene Welding, Module A

    Credits: 1
    Contact Hours: 1
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: A study of oxyacetylene welding equipment and materials. Emphasizes skills needed to adjust equipment and perform safely while gas welding a variety of metals in various positions. All welds will be based on American Welding Society standards for quality.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 134B - Oxy-Acetylene Welding Module B

    Credits: 1
    Contact Hours: 1
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: A study of oxyacetylene welding equipment and materials. Emphasizes skills needed to adjust equipment and perform safely while gas welding a variety of metals in various positions. All welds will be based on American Welding Society standards for quality.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 134C - Oxy-Acetylene Welding, Module C

    Credits: 1
    Contact Hours: 1.5
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: A study of oxyacetylene welding equipment and materials. Emphasizes skills needed to adjust equipment and perform safely while gas welding a variety of metals in various positions. All welds will be based on American Welding Society standards for quality..

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 136 - Basic Arc Welding

    Credits: 4
    Contact Hours: 8
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: A study of the theory of arc welding and power supplies used. Emphasizes methods of performing various types of welds on all position work to the American Welding Society code. Eight hours lecture/lab.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 136A - Basic Arc Welding, Module A

    Credits: 2
    Contact Hours: 4
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: A study of the theory of Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW). Power supplies and electrodes are emphasized. Proper procedures for performing various welds in all positions will be emphasized. All welds will be based on American Welding Society standards for quality.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 136B - Basic Arc Welding Module B

    Credits: 2
    Contact Hours: 4
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: A study of the theory of arc welding. Electrodes and welding metallurgy will be emphasized. Proper procedures for performing various welds in all positions will be emphasized. All welds will be based on American Welding Society standards for quality.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 146 - Introduction to Robotics

    Credits: 3
    Contact Hours: 4
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: In this course, students will learn the use of industrial robotic technology. The students will learn the basic characteristics, unit configuration, system controls, and user justification. Robotic operations and programming fundamentals will be applied by the student in a lab setting.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 160 - National Electric Code

    Credits: 3
    Contact Hours: 3
    Prerequisites: TE 103

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: A study of the application and interpretation of the National Electric Code rules. This course covers the current edition of the NEC in preparation to sit for the State of Michigan Journeyman’s or Master’s electrical licensing exam.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 165 - Plastics Testing

    Credits: 4
    Contact Hours: 4
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: This course covers the identification and testing of plastic materials used in industry.
    It emphasizes procedures that familiarize students with mechanical, thermal, electrical, chemical, optical, and weathering properties of plastics.  Testing follows ASTM guidelines.  
    Four hours lecture/laboratory combination
    Recommended Skills:  MN 220 is recommended but not required as a prerequisite

     

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 199 - Theory of Machine Operations

    Credits: 3
    Contact Hours: 4
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: This class covers the theory and basic operation of metal-removing machinery most commonly used in industry. Areas of instruction include the proper use of power saws, drill presses, lathes, vertical mills, and surface grinders. Shop safety, basic metrology, and an introduction to CNC machining is also included. Recommended Skills: A strong proficiency in math and blueprint reading is recommended.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 199A - Theory of Machine Shop - Module A

    Credits: 2
    Contact Hours: 2
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: This module covers the theory of basic metal-removing machine operations which includes:
    1.) Shop safety
    2.) Precision measurement
    3.) Precision part layout
    4.) Proper use of hand tools, power saws, drill presses, and vertical mills

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 199B - Theory of Machine Shop - Module B

    Credits: 1
    Contact Hours: 2
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: This module covers the theory of basic metal-removing machine operations which includes:
    1.) Shop safety
    2.) Precision measurement
    3.) Proper use of lathes and surface grinders
    4.) An introduction to CNC and EDM machining

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 200 - Intermediate Machine Operations

    Credits: 4
    Contact Hours: 8
    Prerequisites: MN 119 or MN 199

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: This class covers the intermediate operation of metal-removing machinery most commonly used in industry. Areas of instruction include the intermediary use of power saws, drill presses, lathes, vertical mills, surface grinders, and Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) vertical mills. Recommended Skills: A strong proficiency in math and blueprint reading is recommended.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 200A - Intermediate Machine Operations Module A

    Credits: 1
    Contact Hours: 2
    Prerequisites: MN 119 or MN 199

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: This module teaches the principles of EDM machining as they apply to both conventional and wire EDM machines. Students will learn about electrode preparation, flushing, setup, and operation of EDM machines.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 200B - Intermediate Machine Operations Module B

    Credits: 1
    Contact Hours: 2
    Prerequisites: MN 119 or MN 199

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: This module teaches advanced machine tool operations and accessories. Included are dividing heads, compound vises, and use of special cutters. Special machine tool applications such as duplication, cylindrical grinding, tool post grinding, and advanced lathe applications will be taught.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 200C - Intermediate Machine Operations Module C

    Credits: 1
    Contact Hours: 2
    Prerequisites: MN 119 or MN 199

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: Projects will be completed on the CNC machining and turning centers using both conversational and G-code programs. Four-axis milling and high-performance tooling will be demonstrated. Macros, subroutines, and programing variables will be introduced.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 200D - Intermediate Machine Operations Module D

    Credits: 1
    Contact Hours: 2
    Prerequisites: MN 119 or MN 199

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: Stamping dies, molds, and fixtures will be machined and assembled in his module. Students will work on projects as a team and will apply many of the concepts learned in previous modules.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 202 - MIG / Gas Metal Arc Welding

    Credits: 3
    Contact Hours: 4


    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: This course emphasizes proper usage and assembly of the equipment used in MIG (GMAW) and Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW). The course content includes the theory behind the process, safe operation, proper welding procedures and techniques used in welding steel. Student performances will be held to the American Welding Society standards of performance in the welding of coupons and testing.

    This course is also delivered in Modules.  You must complete each of the modules listed below in order to receive credit for the course.

    MN 202A MIG (GMAW) Emphasizes proper assembly of the equipment used in GMAW welding and includes safe operation, proper welding procedures and techniques used in welding steel.

    MN 202B MIG (FCAW) Emphasizes proper assembly of the equipment used in FCAW welding and includes safe operation, proper welding procedures and techniques used in welding steel and aluminum.

    Department Consent: No Consent


    General Education Distribution Category Met: None

  
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    MN 203 - TIG / Gas Tungsten Arc Welding

    Credits: 3
    Contact Hours: 4


    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: This course emphasizes proper usage and assembly of the equipment used in the TIG (GTAW) welding process. The course content includes the theory behind the process, safe operation, proper welding procedures and techniques used in welding steel, Aluminum, and stainless steel. Student performances will be held to the American Welding Society standards of performance in the welding of coupons and testing.

    This course is also delivered in Modules.  You must complete each of the modules listed below in order to receive credit for the course.

    MN 203A TIG (GTAW) TIG STEEL.  Emphasizes proper assembly of the equipment used in TIG  welding and includes safe operation, proper welding procedures and techniques used in welding steel.

    MN 203B TIG (GTAW) TIG Aluminum and Stainless Steel. Emphasizes proper assembly of the equipment used in TIG welding and includes safe operation, proper welding procedures and techniques used in welding steel, aluminum, and Stainless steel.

    Department Consent: No Consent


    General Education Distribution Category Met: None

  
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    MN 213 - Machinery’s Handbook

    Credits: 2
    Contact Hours: 2.25
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: MN213 trains the industrial worker to use the Machinery’s Handbook to solve shop problems through the use of algebraic formulas, geometric constructions, and data tables. Topics include shop math, material properties, machining parameters, tapers, threads, gearing, and tooling specifications. Recommended Skills: Mathematical concepts including basic algebra and trigonometry

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 213A - Machinery’s Handbook, Module A

    Credits: 1
    Contact Hours: 1.25
    Prerequisites: TE 103 and TE 104

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: MN213A trains the industrial worker to use the Machinery’s Handbook to solve shop problems through the use of algebraic formulas, geometric constructions, and data tables. Topics include shop math, material properties, and machining parameters. Recommended Skills: Basic algebra and trigonometry

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 213B - Machinery’s Handbook, Module B

    Credits: 1
    Contact Hours: 1
    Prerequisites: MN 213A

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: MN213B trains the industrial worker to use the Machinery’s Handbook to solve shop problems through the use of algebraic formulas, geometric constructions, and data tables. Topics include threads, gearing, and tooling specifications.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 214 - Advanced Machine Trades Blueprint Reading

    Credits: 2
    Contact Hours: 2.25


    Prerequisites: MN 114 (C or Higher)

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: An advanced course in the study and interpolation of complicated machine and tool prints of the machine trades. Because, this is an advanced course, students should have previous blue print reading or drafting skills.

    This course is also delivered in Modules. You must complete each of the modules listed below, in order to receive full credit for the MN 214 course.

    MN 214A Advanced Blueprint Reading Module A. An advanced course in the study and interpolation of complicated machine and tool prints of the machine trades. This is an advanced course, students should have previous blueprint reading or drafting skills.

    MN 214B Advanced Blueprint Reading Module B. Module B is a continuation of MN 214 A. An advanced course in the study and interpolation of complicated machine and tool prints of the machine trades. This is an advanced course, students should have previous blueprint reading or drafting skills.

    Department Consent: No Consent


    General Education Distribution Category Met: None

  
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    MN 214A - Advanced Machine Trades Blueprint Reading - Module A

    Credits: 1
    Contact Hours: 1.25
    Prerequisites: MN 114

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: An advanced course in the study of the technical sketching, dimensioning, and engineering drawings used in the machine trades.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 214B - Advanced Machine Trades Blueprint Reading - Module B

    Credits: 1
    Contact Hours: 1
    Prerequisites: MN 114 and MN 214A

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: A continuation of Module A - An advanced course in the study of the technical sketching, dimensioning, and engineering drawings used in the machine trades.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 215 - Industrial Physics

    Credits: 2
    Contact Hours: 2.25
    Prerequisites: TE 103 and TE 104

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: A course in elementary physics that will cover mechanics, scientific notations, metric systems, simple machines, strength of materials, law of gases and hydraulics.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 217 - Hydraulics

    Credits: 4
    Contact Hours: 6
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: Fundamentals of moving fluid and hydraulic power, design of hydraulic pumps, operation of hydraulic valves, selection of cylinders, motors, accumulators, resevoirs, filters and the design of hydraulic circuits. This class involves six hours of lecture/lab combination. Recommended Skills: Should have basic math and writing skills

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 217A - Hydraulics Module A

    Credits: 1.33
    Contact Hours: 2
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: Introduction to the fundamentals of hydraulics. Students will study the principles of pressure, force, and flow as they apply to basic hydraulic systems.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 217B - Hydraulics Module B

    Credits: 1.33
    Contact Hours: 2
    Prerequisites: MN 217A

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: Introduction to the different types of hydraulic pumps and actuators. The student will study how the various types of hydraulic pumps and actuators differ in design and operation. Also, the student will learn what hydraulic contamination control is and why it is important to the maximum operational longevity of hydraulic equipment. In addition, the student will study hydraulic reservoirs.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 217C - Hydraulics Module C

    Credits: 1.34
    Contact Hours: 2
    Prerequisites: MN 217A and MN 217B

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: Introduction to different categories and types of hydraulic valves. The student will study directional control valves, pressure control valves, and flow control valves. Also, the student will study hydraulic fluid conductors, seals, accumulators, and intensifiers.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 218 - Pneumatics

    Credits: 3
    Contact Hours: 4
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: Fundamentals of moving fluids and pneumatic power. Students learn to design pneumatic compressors and pneumatic circuits. In addition, they also learn to operate pneumatic valves and to select proper pneumatic cylinders and motors. Pneumatic air preparation and distribution is also studied. Four hours lecture/lab.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 218A - Pneumatics Module A

    Credits: 1
    Contact Hours: 1.33
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: Introduction to the fundamentals of pneumatics. Students will study the principles of pressure, force, and flow. Also, students learn why compressibility of a gas makes it a unique energy medium with its own special design requirements.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 218B - Pneumatics Module B

    Credits: 1
    Contact Hours: 1.33
    Prerequisites: MN 217B

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: Introduction to the different types and operation of pneumatic compressors, after coolers, driers, receiver tanks, air distribution systems, actuators and directional control valves. Also, the student will learn how these components function in operational systems.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 218C - Pneumatics Module C

    Credits: 1
    Contact Hours: 1.34
    Prerequisites: MN 218A and MN 218B

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: Introduction to the different types of flow control valves, quick exhausts, regulators, excess flow valves, intensifiers, and sequence valves. The student will learn how the components function in operational systems. Also, the student will learn the different components related to proper air quality preparation.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 219 - Survey of Polymer Technology

    Credits: 3
    Contact Hours: 3
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: Students learn the basic chemistry of the most common polymers used in the industry today.  How thermoplastic and thermosetting polymers are formed is a key consideration.  Also emphasized throughout this course are the physical and chemical behaviors of plastics as they relate to their applications.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 220 - Basic Plastics Processing

    Credits: 4
    Contact Hours: 6
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: The course assumes the student has little or no prior knowledge of the manufacturing activities of making plastic products.  The class provides the student with an awareness level of making polymer based products in a manufacturing setting.  We will look at various molding process including Injection Molding, Blowmolding, Extrusion Forming, Thermoforming, various other processes and the nomenclature associated with them. Students will be in a lab setting each week by doing a variety of different types of experiments. 

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 223 - Injection Molding Theory

    Credits: 3
    Contact Hours: 3
    Prerequisites: MN 220

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: The theoretical and practical concepts relating to the production of plastic articles by injection molding; emphasis is on machine and peripheral equipment operation as they affect plastic part quality; includes properties of plastics, and molding faults with special emphasis on troubleshooting techniques.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 230 - Fundamentals of TIG and MIG Welding

    Credits: 4
    Contact Hours: 8
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: Emphasizes proper assembly of the equipment used in GMAW and GTAW welding and includes safe operation, proper welding procedures and techniques used in welding steel, aluminum, and stainless steel. This is an advanced course as all students performances will be held to the American Welding Society standards of performance in the welding of coupons and testing.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 230A - Tig Welding Steel Module A

    Credits: 1
    Contact Hours: 2
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: Proper assembly of the equipment used in Gas Tungsten Arc Welding. Includes safe operation, proper welding procedures and techniques used in welding carbon steel and stainless steel. All student performances will be held to the American Welding Society standards of performance in the welding of coupons and testing

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 230C - Mig Welding Module C

    Credits: 1
    Contact Hours: 2
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: Emphasizes proper assembly of the equipment used in GMAW welding and includes safe operation, proper welding procedures and techniques used in welding steel. Student performances will be held to the American Welding Society standards of performance in the welding of coupons and testing.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 230D - Flux Cored Arc Welding Module D

    Credits: 1
    Contact Hours: 2
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: Emphasizes proper assembly of the equipment used in GMAW and FCAW welding and includes safe operation, proper welding procedures and techniques used in welding steel and aluminum. Student performances will be held to the American Welding Society standards of performance in the welding of coupons and testing.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 231 - Welding Fabrication, Design, and Testing

    Credits: 4
    Contact Hours: 8
    Prerequisites: MN 136

    Corequisites: MN 230

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: A study of the elements of metal fabrication, the methods for destructive and nondestructive testing. The procedures for shop fabrication and field erection.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 232 - Technical Pipe Welding

    Credits: 5
    Contact Hours: 8
    Prerequisites: MN 231

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: To acquaint the student with the fundamentals of pipe welding in different positions, including 5G and 6G positions using the 6010 and 7018 electrode.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 233 - Welding Automation

    Credits: 3
    Contact Hours: 4
    Prerequisites: EG 110 (C- or Higher) and MN 230 (C- or Higher)

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: The introduction to welding automation will expose students to core concepts and theory behind automation practices as they are used in the industry. The class is a lecture and lab combination where the students will learn basic robotic programming for welding along with the use of other automation equipment. Special emphasis will be placed on welding joint design, setup, and the effects of welding parameters and their outcomes on welded members. The students will work in small groups to solve problems as a team and complete various lab assignments. Good basic math skills and college level reading and writing skills are recommended for this course.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 234 - Metallurgy

    Credits: 3
    Contact Hours: 3
    Prerequisites: TE 103 and TE 104

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: The application of metallurgical fundamentals of common metal. The behavior of metals under a variety of conditions, machining, welding, forming and heat treating. The behavior of metals under production and service conditions, including fatigue, corrosion, warpage and their prevention.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 235 - Basic Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) Programming

    Credits: 3
    Contact Hours: 4
    Prerequisites: MN 119 or MN 199

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: This course provides opportunities for students to learn the fundamental concepts necessary for the successful programming and operation of a CNC machine tool utilizing the Fanuc-style (M&G code) programming language. Recommended Skills: A strong proficiency in math and blueprint reading is recommended.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 235A - CNC Machine Programming Module A

    Credits: 1
    Contact Hours: 1.33
    Prerequisites: MN 119 or MN 199

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: A study of CNC milling involving coordinate systems, tooling, work setup, programming and program editing.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 235B - CNC Machine Programming Module B

    Credits: 1
    Contact Hours: 1.33
    Prerequisites: MN 119 or MN 199

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: A study of CNC turning involving coordinate systems, tooling, work setup, programming and program editing.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 235C - CNC Machine Programming Module C

    Credits: 1
    Contact Hours: 1.34
    Prerequisites: MN 119 or MN 199

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: Introduction to CNC applications using Haas CNC mills. The basic concepts of CNC setup and operation with both manual and conversational control are covered. Basic operation of a RAM EDM is also covered.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 236 - Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM)

    Credits: 3
    Contact Hours: 4
    Prerequisites: MN 235

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: The programming and operation of a Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) machine tool by utilizing the Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM) software package - Mastercam. Recommended Skills: A strong proficiency in math, blueprint reading, and CNC programming is recommend.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 238 - Advanced Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) Programming

    Credits: 3
    Contact Hours: 4
    Prerequisites: MN 235

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: This course provides opportunities for students to learn advanced CNC applications for complex programming and operation of a CNC machine tool utilizing the Fanuc-style (M&G code) programming language. Recommended Skills: A strong proficiency in math and blueprint reading is recommended.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 242 - Applied Injection Molding

    Credits: 4
    Contact Hours: 6
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: This course will provide the student with knowledge and experience in solving common issues encountered running injection molding production equipment.  The student will relate machine control parameters to their effect on processes and part quality.  The student will set-up processes using different molds in injection molding machines, students duplicate industrial standards to obtain the highest quality parts with the shortest possible cycle times.  Added emphasis will be placed on troubleshooting and process optimization.

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
  
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    MN 244 - Advanced Plastics Process

    Credits: 4
    Contact Hours: 6
    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

    College Level Prerequisites: None
    Description: Students will gain in depth knowledge about the processes of Extrusion, Blowmolding and Thermoforming.  They will learn through a series of classroom lectures, hands on lab experiments and actual company tours. Students set-up and operate Thermoforming, Extrusion and Blow molding machines, gaining practical experience similar to that encountered in industry.

     

    Department Consent: No Consent
    General Education Distribution Category Met: None
 

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