Advanced Manufacturing Engineering Technology, AAS
Associate of Applied Science in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering Technology (288006AAS)
Dr. Wesley Carpenter
Schrank Hall (South) 221A
Advanced Manufacturing Engineering Technology is concerned with the analysis, design, and management of all the resources, facilities, and people involved in manufacturing processes. Advanced Manufacturing Engineering Technology requires a background in basic technical subjects, management techniques, work measurement, safety procedures, plant layout, quality control, maintenance, production control, economics, and computer applications such as CAD, CNC, and CAM.
A graduate of this program finds employment in manufacturing supervision and control. Duties involve the design, modification, installation, and operation of advanced manufacturing systems, materials, machines, and methods used to produce a product at a profit. Specific career opportunities may be found in the following functional areas:
- Manufacturing Engineering Technician
- Manufacturing Supervision
- Methods – production, planning, methods and engineering
- Work Measurements – time study, motion study, and standards
- Wage Payment – wage incentives, job evaluation
- Controls – production control, quality control, inventory control
- Plant Facilities and Design – plant layout, material handling, product design, storage facilities, and maintenance of plant equipment
- Industrial Relations – management-union relations, workers’ compensation
- Safety and Industrial Hygiene
- Profit and Cost Analysis
- Quality Control and Assurance
Cooperative Education is available on an optional basis in this academic program. To obtain additional information on program benefits, eligibility requirements, or to apply for the program, contact the Career Center at 330-972-7747 or at http://www.uakron.edu/career/ no later than the beginning of the second semester.
Bachelor Degree Programs
Upon completion of the Advanced Manufacturing Engineering Technology Associate of Applied Science Degree, a student may proceed to the Automated Manufacturing Engineering Technology Bachelor of Science Degree. Please refer to the Automated Manufacturing Engineering Technology Bachelor of Science Degree Curriculum Guide for further information. An additional degree option is to proceed to the Bachelor of Organizational Supervision Degree.
|2420:211||Essentials of Financial Accounting||3|
|2420:212||Basic Accounting II||3|
|2420:280||Essentials of Business Law||3|
|2520:101||Essentials of Marketing Technology||3|
|2870:332||Management of Technology Based Operations||3|
|2920:101||Introduction to Mechanical Design||3|
|3650:163||Technical Physics: Electricity & Magnetism||2|
|3650:164||Technical Physics: Heat & Light||2|
The following information has official approval of The Department of Engineering and Science Technology and The College of Engineering and Polymer Science, but is intended only as a supplemental guide. Official degree requirements are established at the time of transfer and admission to the degree-granting college. Students should refer to the Degree Progress Report (DPR) which is definitive for graduation requirements. Completion of this degree within the identified time frame below is contingent upon many factors, including but not limited to: class availability, total number of required credits, work schedule, finances, family, course drops/withdrawals, successfully passing courses, prerequisites, among others. The transfer process is completed through an appointment with your academic advisor.
Upon completion of the Advanced Manufacturing Engineering Technology Associate of Applied Science Degree, a student may proceed to the Automated Manufacturing Engineering Technology Bachelor of Science Degree. Please refer to the Automated Manufacturing Engineering Technology Bachelor of Science Degree Curriculum Guide for further information.
Transfer students should consult their Advisor to identify courses that are equivalent.
|2030:152||Technical Mathematics II 1||2|
|2030:153||Technical Mathematics III 1||2|
|2920:130||Introduction to Hydraulics and Pneumatics 1,2||3|
|2880:101||Introduction to Advanced Manufacturing 1,2||2|
|Manufacturing Processes 1,2 |
or Introduction to Material Technology
|2880:151||Industrial Safety & Environmental Protection 1||2|
|2030:154||Technical Mathematics IV||3|
|2880:248||Introduction to CNC and Additive Manufacturing||3|
|2880:140||Computer Aided Drawing||3|
|3002:256||Diversity in American Society||3|
|2020:222||Technical Report Writing||3|
|2420:263||Professional Communications and Presentations||3|
|2880:130||Work Measurement & Cost Estimating||3|
|2880:211||Manufacturing Operations 2||3|
|Manufacturing Physics (Sch. Lab) |
or Technical Physics: Mechanics
|2040:243||Contemporary Global Issues||3|
|2880:241||Introduction to Quality Assurance (Sch. Lab)||3|
|2880:225||Computer Aided Tool Design||3|
|Open Elective 4||1|
|Select one Technical Elective Option:||5|
Option #1 (On-Campus Students)
|Robotics & Automated Manufacturing (Sch. Lab) 3|
|Industrial Control Panel Fabrication|
Option #2 (Off-Campus and Online Students)
Select five credits from Technical Elective list 4
Students completing NTMA Journeyman’s Machinist Program receive block credit for these courses. Students who have not completed the entire program or who have completed the program prior to 1/1/96, see an advisor.
Traditionally Fall only (See Program Director).
Traditionally Spring only (See Program Director).
Please note that for Option #2, you may take a second 3-credit course by combining the 2-credit technical elective with the 1-credit open elective.
Policy Alert: By the end of your first 48 credit hours attempted, you must have completed your required General Education English, Mathematics, and Communications (Speech) requirements.
You must have a minimum cumulative GPA of a 2.0 to graduate with this degree.