Machine and Manufacturing Trades Emphasis

Machine and Manufacturing Trades Emphasis
2007 – 08 PETITION/PROGRAM SHEET
Degree: Technical Certificate
Major: Manufacturing Technology
Emphasis: Machine and Manufacturing Trades
www.mesastate.edu/wccc/manf.htm
About This Certificate . . .
This program offers classroom instruction and related lab work with hands-on activities in the use of tools and the operation of
equipment found in manufacturing. Students will work in the area of blueprint reading, computer numerical control (CNC)
machining, general machining and maintenance, computer-aided drafting (CAD), and related mathematics. This course is
designed to meet competency-based standards set by the industry. Attitude and quality of workmanship is stressed.
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It is your responsibility to determine whether you have met the requirements for your degree. Please see the MSC Catalog for a complete list of
graduation requirements.
You must turn in your “Intent to Graduate” form to the Registrar’s Office by September 15 if you plan to graduate the following May, and
by February 15 if you plan to graduate the following December.
This program sheet must be submitted with your graduation planning sheet to your advisor during the semester prior to the semester of
graduation, no later than October 1 for spring graduates, no later than March 1 for fall graduates.
Your advisor will sign and forward the Program Sheet and Graduation Planning Sheet to the WCCC Director of Instruction for signature.
Finally, the WCCC Director of Instruction or the department administrative assistant will take the signed forms to the Registrar’s Office.
(Students cannot handle the forms once the advisor signs.)
If your petition for graduation is denied, it will be your responsibility to reapply for graduation in a subsequent semester. Your “Intent to
Graduate” does not automatically move to a later graduation date.
NOTE: The semester before graduation, you may be required to take a Major Field Achievement Test (exit exam).
NAME:
STUDENT ID #
LOCAL ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBER:
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, hereby certify that I have completed (or will complete) all the courses listed
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on the Program Sheet. I further certify that the grade listed for those courses is the final course grade received except for the courses in which I am
currently enrolled and the courses which I complete next semester. I have indicated the semester in which I will complete these courses.
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Signature of Advisor
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Signature of WCCC Director of Instruction
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Signature of Registrar
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Technical Certificate: Manufacturing Technology – Machine and Manufacturing Trades
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2007-2008 Program Sheet, Page 1 of 2
Students should work closely with a faculty advisor when selecting and scheduling courses prior to registration.
Degree Requirements:
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2.00 cumulative GPA or higher in all MSC coursework
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“C” or better in each course which comprises the area of emphasis or specialization for MAMT
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Program sheets are for advising purposes only. Because a program may have requirements specific to the degree, check with your advisor for
additional guidelines, including prerequisites, grade point averages, grades, exit examinations, and other expectations. It is the student’s
responsibility to be aware of, and follow, all guidelines for the degree being pursued. Any exceptions or substitutions must be approved by the
faculty advisor and/or Department Head.
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See the “Under graduate Graduation Requirements” in the Mesa State catalog for additional graduation information.
Technical Certificate: Manufacturing Technology – Machine and
Manufacturing Trades (36 Semester Hours)
See the current Mesa State College catalog for a list of courses that
fulfill the requirements below. If a course is on the general education
list of options and a requirement for your major, you must use it to fulfill
the major requirement and make a different selection within the general
education requirement.
Course No Title
MAMT 105
MAMT 106
MAMT 115
Sem.hrs Grade Term/Trns
Print Reading/Sketching
2
Geometric Tolerance
1
Introduction to Machine Shop 3
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Course No Title
MAMT 120
MAMT 125
MAMT 130
MAMT 140
OR
MAMT 170
MAMT 148
MAMT 151
MAMT 155
MAMT 160
UTEC 107
Sem.hrs Grade Term/Trns
Machine Technology I
Machine Technology II
Machine Technology III
Job Shop Machining II
4
4
4
3
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Practical Applications
CNC Applications
Num Control Machining I
Num Control Machining II
Properties of Materials
Math for Technology
3
3
3
3
2
4
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SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCING FOR THE
TECHNICAL CERTIFICATE WITH A
MAJOR IN MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY,
EMPHASIS IN MACHINE AND MANUFACTURING TRADES
This is a recommended sequence of course work. Certain courses may have prerequisites or are only offered
during the Fall or Spring semesters. It is the student’s responsibility to meet with their advisor and check the 2
year course matrix on the Mesa State website for course availability.
First Semester
MAMT 105
Print Reading/Sketching
MAMT 106
Geometric Tolerancing
UTEC 107
Math for Technology
MAMT 115
Introduction to Machine Shop
MAMT 120
Machine Technology I
MAMT 125
Machine Technology II
MAMT 148
CNC Applications
Hours
2
1
4
3
4
4
3
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Second Semester
MAMT 130
Machine Technology II
MAMT 151
Numerical Control Machining I
MAMT 155
Numerical Control Machining II
MAMT 140
Job Shop Machining II or
MAMT 170
Practical Application
MAMT 160
Properties of Materials
Technical Certificate: Manufacturing Technology – Machine and Manufacturing Trades
Posted 11/6/07
Hours
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3
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3
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