General Technology (Manufacturing Emphasis)
AAS = Associate of Applied Science | 60 hours
Students enrolled in the General Technology program will perform the following tasks.
Students will apply concepts in advanced manufacturing and operations to analyze issues related to quality management in multiple contexts and recommend solutions.
Students will apply manufacturing best practices and technologies to evaluate real world manufacturing problems related to testing and validation.
Students will use standards of measurements to conduct investigations and identify errors.
Students will address real world problem within a manufacturing company and work to develop targeted solutions that will require leadership and knowledge specific to the manufacturing environment.
Students will recognize safety hazards and potential safety issues and apply safe work practices and procedures in accordance with OSHA standards to safely handle tools, personal protective equipment, and a variety of materials used in manufacturing.
Students will be able to analyze manufactured products to identify processes and materials used.
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