Students completing a Bachelor of Applied Science Degree in Manufacturing Technology Management are qualified to pursue management, supervisor, and team leader roles in manufacturing, distribution, and engineering related facilities. Training in this program includes hands-on technical labs in robotics, welding, computer numerical control (CNC), industrial maintenance, manufacturing, additive, and computer-aided design. Management skills are embedded in each course to give students the opportunity to have “real life” experiences in the areas of human relations, communication, project management, and business.
- Integrate principles of management with manufacturing processes, procedures, and production to develop problem-solving and critical thinking skills in a manufacturing setting.
- Assess and apply operations management theory and best practices within the manufacturing environment to achieve operational goals.
- Demonstrate the management of integrated manufacturing processes within complex manufacturing environments.
- Analyze and improve operations management decisions to meet desired outcomes within the manufacturing facility from design to production to sustainability.
- Generate training programs, evaluation methods, and schedules to provide comprehensive training covering a broad range of technical skills used in manufacturing.
- Evaluate communication, leadership, and human relations skills between all levels of personnel within a manufacturing setting.
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|INT 1000||OSHA 10-Hour General Safety||1|
|INT 1300||Electrical Systems||3|
|EBE 1000||Employability Skills||1|
|ENG 1111||English I||3|
|ENT 1000||Introduction to Industrial and Engineering Technology||3|
|ENT 1050||Manufacturing Foundations||4|
|INT 1201||Hydraulics and Pneumatics I||3|
|INT 1350||Motor and Motor Controls||3|
|INT 1400||Mechanical Maintenance||3|
|INT 2500||Programmable Logic Control||3|
|MTH 1115||Industrial Calculations||3|
|EBE 2702||Co-op Education I||2|
|INT 2200||Hydraulic and Pneumatic Troubleshooting||3|
|INT 2300||Electrical Troubleshooting||3|
|INT 2325||Alternating Current/ Direct Current (AC/DC) Servos||3|
|INT 2400||Industrial Machine Maintenance||3|
|--||Arts/Humanities or Social/Behavioral Science Elective||3|
|INT 2510||Process Control||3|
|ECO 2210||Principles of Macroeconomics||3|
|ENG 2211||Business Communication||3|
|PHY 1100||Fundamentals of Physics||4|
|MTM 3000||Technical Manufacturing Skills for Management I||5|
|MTM 3100||Technical Manufacturing Skills for Management II||5|
|CHM 1150||Introduction to General Chemistry||4|
|COM 1120||Public Speaking I||3|
|MTM 3200||Integrative Manufacturing Technology||4|
|MTM 3300||Quality Management Systems in Manufacturing||4|
|MTM 3400||OSHA 30-Hour General Safety||3|
|MTH 3000||Math for Manufacturing Technology||4|
|MTM 4000||Real World Applications in Manufacturing||3|
|MTM 4100||Technical Communications||3|
|MGT 1500||Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt / Problem Solving for Team Members||1|
|MGT 1510||Lean Six Sigma Green Belt / Problem Solving for Team Leaders||3|
|HST 1220||American History Since 1865||3|
|MTM 4300||Manufacturing Innovations||5|
|MTM 4400||Advanced Project Management for Manufacturing Processes||4|
|ECO 2220||Principles of Microeconomics||3|
|PHL 2000||Critical Thinking||3|
|Total Credit Hours||120|
Class Schedule Planning
The planning schedule below indicates when and where courses in your program of study will be offered for the next two academic years. This is helpful information when planning your class schedule for each semester.
Disclaimer: This information is for planning purposes only and does not guarantee availability. Clark State Community College will make every effort to offer courses as listed above but reserves the right to change, add, and cancel course offerings for unforeseen circumstances.