Kirkwood Community College

Kirkwood Community College Credit Catalog 2011-2012

Advanced Manufacturing Engineering Technologies

Industrial Technologies

101 Jones Hall

319-398-4983

www.kirkwood.edu/industrialtech

Entry time

Fall

Award

Associate of Applied Science degree

2 years (4 semesters, 1 summer)

Create next generation spacecraft or build a one-of-a-kind renewable energy system. Kirkwood's unique and challenging program could earn you an exciting and high demand career in advanced manufacturing. By blending engineering, computerized machining and fabrication, robotics welding, and quality assurance into one program, you're earning a flexible degree with many options.

Graduates of this program can go on to complete a four-year degree at UNI.

Career opportunities: precision metal fabricator, AutoCAD designer, robotic welding operator.

Degree Requirements

Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hours

First Semester (Fall)

CAD-300

AutoCAD for Applied Engineering

2

CAD-310

Inventor for Applied Engineering

1

DRF-141

Engineering Drawings

2

ELT-304

Introduction to Electrical Circuits

4

IND-155

Microcomputer Applications or

2

CSC-110

Introduction to Computers

 

MAT-745

Technical Mathematics I

4

PHY-120

Introductory Physics

3

 

 

18

Second Semester (Spring)

EGT-125

Applied Statics

4

IND-402

Manufacturing Health and Safety Certificate

2

MFG-279

CNC Machine Operations

4

MFG-285

Applied Metallurgy

2

MFG-287

Press Brake Operations

3

–––––––

Social Science elective

3

 

 

18

Summer Term

ELT-179

Electronic Board Soldering

1

MFG-283

Laser Jet Operations

2

MFG-500

Statistical Process Control

1

WEL-360

Production TIG Welding

4

–––––––

Communication electives

6

 

 

14

Third Semester (Fall)

CAD-230

Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing

2

EGT-124

Strength of Materials

4

MFG-281

CNC Punch Press Operations

2

MFG-288

Water Jet Operations

2

MFG-420

Jig and Fixture Design

4

WEL-370

Production MIG Welding

4

 

 

18

Fourth Semester (Spring)

ATR-200

Fanuc Programming for Robotic Welding

2

BUS-280

Fundamentals of Lean Process Improvement

3

EGT-188

Design Problems

4

MFG-289

Automated Production Methods for AMET

3

WEL-710

Robotic Welding

3

–––––––

Humanities elective

3

 

 

18

Total program credit hours

86

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