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Applied Manufacturing Technology Certifcate

Program Advisor: John Tatro, 413-236-4630

The course sequence and content will provide the quantitative, written and technical skills required for entry-level positions in manufacturing while being an option for individuals currently working in the field and wishing to update their skills to current technologies. Though most of the curriculum will be taught on campus, the hands-on technical courses will be offered at state-of-the-art industrial laboratories at regional vocational schools and, possibly local manufacturing facilities. In addition to serving as a valuable career-building credential, the program will also allow continuation of studies in the A.S. Engineering Technology Manufacturing program.

Graduation Requirements

To earn a certificate in this program, a student must complete all program credits and the additional requirements shown below.

Program

28 Credits

ENM 125 Technical Mathematics 1

3 Credits

ENM 126 Technical Mathematics 2 (or higher)

3 Credits

ENG 101 Composition 1

3 Credits

COM 107 Oral Communication in Business

3 Credits

ENT 135 Interpreting Engineering Drawings 1

4 Credits

ENT 136 Interpreting Engineering Drawings 2

4 Credits

ENT 151 Introduction to Manufacturing

4 Credits

ENT 152 Advanced Manufacturing

4 Credits

Additional

As shown

Demonstrated College-level Skills in Reading and Writing

Minimum Cumulative Average Overall

2.000

Minimum Cumulative Average in Program

2.000