The Manufacturing Industrial Engineering Technology program is accredited by ABET (The Accreditation Board of Engineering Technology). Manufacturing is instrumental to the function of society today and will remain indispensable for the future. This program ensures application of appropriate manufacturing processes and cost effective utilization of manufacturing tools, materials, equipment and manpower to manufacture parts and maintain equipment. The program provides graduates with a unique blend of theoretical and hands-on-knowledge with computer integration in a manufacturing environment that directly corresponds to modern applications used in industry. Graduates are employed in a wide variety of areas relevant to manufacturing industries.
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This degree program contains one or more embedded certificates which will be automatically awarded when the certificate requirements are completed. If you do not want to receive the embedded certificate(s), please notify the Office of the Registrar at RegistrarOffice@tri-c.edu.
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Related Degrees and Certificates
- 3D Digital Design and Manufacturing Technology, Certificate of Proficiency
- Computer-Aided Drafting (CAD), Certificate of Proficiency
- Computer-Integrated Manufacturing (CIM), Certificate of Proficiency
- Machine Tools Operation, Certificate of Proficiency
- Quality Control, Certificate of Proficency
- Digital Design & Product Innovation, Short-Term Certificate
- Digital Manufacturing and Product Launch, Short-Term Certificate
- CNC Machining and Composites Manufacturing, Short-Term Certificate
Related Training and Credentials
- CNC Technology Certificate Program
- Computer Aided Design (CAD)
- Right Skills Now CNC Operations Program
- Manufacturing Technical Readiness Program
- Nondestructive Testing (NDT) and Quality Assurance (QA)
- Plexus AS9100C Understanding and Internal Auditing (Aerospace)
- Plexus: ISO 13485 – Medical Devices Understand and Internal Auditing
Program Admission Requirements
Applications may be submitted after meeting the following requirements:
Program Learning Outcomes
This program is designed to prepare students to demonstrate the following learning outcomes:
- Communicate effectively and efficiently with diverse individuals and teams, all levels of employees, customers, and suppliers by means of verbal, written (memos, reports, emails, etc.), graphics, symbols, and effective listening skills and using appropriate technology.
- Complete tasks and projects on schedule through the effective use of time management, appropriate math skills, and teamwork that fosters inclusion, synergized efforts in problems identification, and troubleshooting for successful resolution of problems towards the achievement of set goals and objectives.
- Apply quality systems, principles, concepts and utilize appropriate math, measurement and statistical tools and technology to improve processes, product quality, and to enhance productivity.
- Incorporate safety awareness, principles and practices in every aspect work and as a way of life, including machine safety, environmental safety, chemical safety, and personal/employee protection.
- Apply knowledge of machines’ principles and operation, tools and materials, requisite mathematics and physics, to select operation parameters in order to program, setup, and operate production manufacturing equipment, and also to be able to, troubleshoot and diagnose both numerically/computer numerically (NC/CNC) controlled machines, and programmable logic controlled (PLC) equipment.
- Apply the knowledge of material science, machining tolerances, blueprint/schematics, and hands on skills in welding, burning, pipefitting, rigging, the use of basic hand tools and mobile equipment for the fabrication of designed parts incorporating accepted industry methods.
- Apply the knowledge of the principles of drafting and the communication of ideas, designs and visualization skills as the language of the engineering field, including the creation and interpretation of drawings using proper dimensioning and tolerancing for size and geometry, and use of computer aided drawing programs to incorporate proper industry acceptable standards and conventions.
- Apply the basic principles of equipment maintenance, troubleshooting and problem solving techniques to maintain industrial machines that ensures the production of quality products.
- Exhibit independence in the pursuits of continuous professional development.
- Model ethical behavior in professional responsibilities.
Suggested Semester Sequence
|First Semester||Credit Hours|
|MATH-1530||College Algebra 1||4|
|MET-1230||Drawing & AutoCAD 2||3|
|MET-1120||Computer Applications and Programming||2|
|MET-1240||Machine Tools and Manufacturing Processes||3|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|College Composition I|
|Honors College Composition I|
|MET-1300||Engineering Materials and Metallurgy||3|
|MET-1250||Introduction to Additive Manufacturing||3|
|MET-1410||Computer Aided Manufacturing Processes||3|
|MET-2601||3D Solid Modeling||3|
|MET-1261||Product Ideation & Design I||3|
|MET-1270||Additive Manufacturing Processes||3|
|MET-2160||3D Scanning, Reverse Engineering, and Quality Inspection||3|
|PHYS-1210||College Physics I 3||4|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|College Composition II|
|Honors College Composition II|
|MET-2151||3D Digital Design & Printing||3|
|MET-2422||Fundamentals of Engineering Economics||3|
|MET-2410||Quality Control and Lean Manufacturing||3|
|MET-2990||Product Development and Manufacture||3|
|Arts & Humanities/Social and Behavioral Sciences (see AAS Degree requirements)||3|
|Total Credit Hours||63|
MET-1220 and MET-1200 together will be accepted in place of MET-1230 Drawing & AutoCAD.