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Manufacturing Engineering Technology (with optional Manufacturing Engineering BS from UW-Stout) - Associate Degree

Program Code: 106233

A skilled workforce is needed in the manufacturing/production operations and/or manufacturing/production services for the design and development of new products, production systems, processes, operations, services, quality control, continuous improvement, lean principles, manufacturing competitiveness, and sustainability. As a Manufacturing Engineering Technology associate degree graduate, you're prepared for a career as a technologist to apply the fundamentals of materials selection, tooling, assembly and automation to the solution of manufacturing and production related activities. This unique program transfers into the University of Wisconsin-Stout's bachelor of science degree in Manufacturing Engineering offered entirely in Green Bay at the NWTC campus.

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Employment Potential

A graduate of the program will have the potential for employment in the manufacturing sector as a technologist in Manufacturing Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Productivity Improvement or Continuous Improvement, assisting engineering and management in the design and production of products as efficiently as possible.

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Requirements for Program Entry

• Completed application.
• High school transcript or equivalent. (For a list of equivalents, go to www.nwtc.edu/gettingstarted.)
• One year high school algebra or one year advanced math (Geometry, Algebra II, or Trigonometry) or equivalent passed with a “C” grade or better in each semester.
• As a requirement for program entry, an Academic Skills Assessment (Accuplacer) with appropriate benchmark scores is necessary. Program Benchmarks are Reading Comprehension: 80; Sentence Skills: 75; College Math: 63. Students not meeting these benchmarks or the equivalent will be granted pre-program status and will be required to establish an individualized academic plan. Upon completion of the plan students will be eligible for all program courses. However, higher test scores will lead to greater success in core program courses. To learn more about these assessments and program benchmarks scores, please contact a counselor at (920) 498-5444 or (888) 385-6982.

Program Availability

FULL TIMEFall 2016Spring 2017Summer 2017
Green Bay
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Curriculum
Manufacturing Engineering Technology is an Associate Degree with the opportunity to complete a UW-Stout Bachelor's Degree at NWTC Green Bay. Students following the study plan below will complete the Manufacturing Engineering Technology associate degree in the number of semesters shown.
FIRST SEMESTER
10-623-170
Engineering Materials - Intro
3
10-623-170 ENGINEERING MATERIALS - INTRO ...exposure to engineering materials, their properties, and behavior. Topics will include: material types, material testing, mechanical properties, heat treatment and materials selection. (Prerequisites: 10-804-197, College Algebra & Trig w Apps OR 10-804-195, College Algebra w Apps AND 10-804-196, Trigonometry w Apps OR 10-804-114 Tech Math 1B) Course Typically Offered: Fall
10-801-136
English Composition 1
3
10-801-136 ENGLISH COMPOSITION 1 ...learners develop knowledge/skills in planning, organizing, writing, editing. Students will also analyze audience/purpose, use elements of research, format documents using standard guidelines, and develop critical reading skills. (Prerequisite: Accuplacer Sentence Skills=75 AND Accuplacer Reading=55 OR ACT-English =18 AND ACT Reading =15 OR 10-831-103, Intro to College Writing or 10-831-107, College Reading and Writing 1 with "B" or better OR equivalent) Course Typically Offered: Summer/Fall/Spring
10-804-197
College Algebra & Trig w Apps
5
10-804-197 COLLEGE ALGEBRA & TRIGONOMETRY WITH APPLICATIONS …those skills needed for success in Calculus and many application areas on a baccalaureate level. Topics include the real and complex number systems, polynomials, exponents, radicals, solving equations and inequalities (linear and nonlinear), relations and functions, systems of equations and inequalities (linear and nonlinear), matrices, graphing, conic sections, sequences and series, combinatories, and the binomial theorem. (Prerequisites: Accuplacer College Level Math=63 or ACT-Math =24 or 10-804-118, Intermediate Alg w/ Apps AND Accuplacer Reading=55 or ACT-Reading=15 or 10-831-107, College Reading and Writing 1 or Intro to College Writing with "B" or better OR equivalent) 5 cr. Course Typically Offered: Summer/Fall/Spring
10-806-135
College Chemistry
5
10-806-135 COLLEGE CHEMISTRY ...covers measurement, chemical nomenclature, chemical reactions and stoichiometry, atomic structure, gas laws, thermochemistry, chemical bonding and solution chemistry. (Corequisite: 10-804-197, College Algebra and Trig w/Apps, OR 10-804-195, College Algebra w/Apps AND 10-804-196, Trigonometry w/Apps or equivalent.) Course Typically Offered: Fall/Spring
10-890-101
College 101
1
10-890-101 COLLEGE 101 ...develops tools and strategies that support success in college. Focuses on study skills, college resources, goal setting, time management, and learning styles. Introduces concepts for self assessing learning and completing an Exit Assessment that provides evidence that learning took place. Students should take this course prior to or during the first semester of their programs. 1 cr. Course Typically Offered: Summer/Fall/J-Session/Spring
SEMESTER TOTAL
17
SECOND SEMESTER
10-606-116
CAD-Intro
1
10-606-116 CAD (COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING)-INTRODUCTION ...CAD terminology, drawing preliminaries, basic inquiry and setting commands, layer setting and manipulation, basic drawing and display commands, basic edit commands, and plotting, using AutoCAD software. Course Typically Offered: Fall/Spring
10-620-170
Robotics - Introduction to
1
10-620-170 ROBOTICS - INTRODUCTION TO ...introductory study of the application, operation, programming and troubleshooting of industrial robots. Course Typically Offered: Summer/Fall/Spring
10-623-104
Continuous Improvement Fund
1
10-623-104 CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT FUNDAMENTALS ...successful management of cultural change relative to continuous improvement; overview of the current state, workforce processes and culture. Learn how to change, sustain the behavior of individuals, the team as a foundation of ongoing improvement and strive to be the best. Learn Lewin’s Model, PDCA Cycle, Force Field Analysis, Kotter’s Eight-Step Model, Six Sigma, Value Stream Mapping, Root Cause Analysis and other tools. Use success factors to make a model for implementing a sustainable change while honing the thinking process to enable, deploy and support ongoing small and big changes.
10-623-171
Fund of Plastic Materials Proc
3
10-623-171 FUNDAMENTALS OF PLASTIC MATERIALS PROCESSING ...polymer materials and properties, material testing, product design and evaluation, processing methods, machine setup and operation. Course requirements include a trip to UW-Stout for lab work. (Prerequisite: 10-623-170, Engineering Materials-Intro) Course Typically Offered: Spring
10-623-175
Casting and Joining Processes
3
10-623-175 CASTING AND JOINING PROCESSES...welding of metals, ceramic and plastic. Brazing and soldering of appropriate metals, setup and operate welding equipment. Thermal effects and destructive testing. Evaluation of adhesives and mechanical fasteners. Welding codes and ASTM standard comparative processing cost. (Prerequisite: 10-623-170, Engineering Materials-Intro) Course Typically Offered: Spring
10-801-198
Speech
3
10-801-198 SPEECH...fundamentals of effective oral presentation to small and large groups: topic selection, audience analysis, methods of organization, research, structuring evidence and support, delivery techniques, and the listening process. (Prerequisite: Accuplacer Sentence Skills=60 AND Accuplacer Reading=55 OR ACT-English =16 AND ACT Reading =15 OR 10-831-103, Intro to College Writing or 10-831-107, College Reading and Writing 1 with "B" or better OR equivalent)
10-804-198
Calculus 1
4
10-804-198 CALCULUS 1 ...analyze and graph algebraic expressions, especially conic sections. Develop an intuitive understanding of limits, derivatives and integrals. Apply the derivative and the integral to certain physical problems. (Prerequisites: Accuplacer College Level Math=103 or ACT-Math =28 or 10-804-118, Intermediate Alg w/ Apps AND Accuplacer Reading=55 or ACT-Reading=15 or 10-831-107, College Reading and Writing 1 or Intro to College Writing with "B" or better OR equivalent OR 10-804-195, College Algebra with Apps AND 10-804-196, Trigonometry with Apps with "C" or better OR 10-804-197, College Algebra & Trig w/ Apps with "C" or better) 4 cr. Course Typically Offered: Summer/Fall/Spring
SEMESTER TOTAL
16
SUMMER SEMESTER
10-623-166
Manufacturing Engr Internship
1
10-623-166 MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING INTERNSHIP ...the application of theory, skills, and techniques in the manufacturing engineering profession. (Prerequisite: instructor approval) Course Typically Offered: Summer
SEMESTER TOTAL
1
THIRD SEMESTER
10-420-170
Material Removal/Forming
3
10-420-170 MATERIAL REMOVAL AND FORMING PROCESSES ...machine tool concepts providing an operational knowledge of machining and metal forming processes. Analysis and application of primary and secondary processing methods for the manufacture of products. Measurement principles and practice applied to inspection and process control. Development of process designs appropriate for product specifications. (Prerequisite: 10-623-170, Engineering Materials-Intro) Course Typically Offered: Fall
10-606-211
Mech AutoCAD Fundamentals
2
10-606-211 MECHANICAL AUTOCAD FUNDAMENTALS ...fully dimensioned orthographic mechanical drawings; section and asuxiliary views, mechanical assembly drawings, advanced layer management. (Corequisite: 10-606-116, CAD-Intro with a "C" or better and 10-606-119, Sketching, Technical) Course Typically Offered: Fall
10-623-117
Statics
3
10-623-117 STATICS ...essential elements of statics. Includes vector mechanics, coplanar and non-coplanar force systems, resultants, distributed loads, free-body diagrams, equilibrium conditions, trusses and frames, joints-method of sections, and force of inertia. Course Typically Offered: Fall
10-664-102
Automation 3: PLC
1
10-664-102 AUTOMATION 3: PLC ...basic programmable logic controller programming and troubleshooting. Course Typically Offered: Summer/Fall/Spring
10-664-103
Automation 4: PLC
1
10-664-103 AUTOMATION 4: PLC ...troubleshooting a PLC system, applying Event Sequencing, developing PLC applications, applying timer instructions and counter instructions. (Corequisite: 10-664-102, Automation 3: PLC) Course Typically Offered: Summer/Fall/Spring
10-664-104
Automation 5: PLC
1
10-664-104 AUTOMATION 5: PLC ...application, troubleshooting, and implementation of program control, math and data move instructions, analog I/O modules, and producing a PLC program from specification. (Corequisite: 10-664-103, Automation 4: PLC) Course Typically Offered: Summer/Fall/Spring
10-809-172
Intro to Diversity Studies
3
10-809-172 INTRO TO DIVERSITY STUDIES...basic American values of justice and equality by teaching vocabulary, history of immigration/conquest, transcultural communication, legal liability, multicultural majority/minority relations, ageism, sexism, gender, sexual orientation, the disabled/ADA. (Prerequisite: Accuplacer Sentence Skills=60 AND Accuplacer Reading=55 OR ACT-English =16 AND ACT Reading =15 OR 10-831-103, Intro to College Writing or 10-831-107, College Reading and Writing 1 with "B" or better OR equivalent)
10-809-198
Intro to Psychology
3
10-809-198 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY ...survey of theoretical foundations of human behavior such as sensation and perception, motivation, emotions, learning, personality, psychological disorders, therapy, stress, and human diversity in personal, social and vocational settings. (Prerequisite: Accuplacer Sentence Skills=60 AND Accuplacer Reading=55 OR ACT-English =16 AND ACT Reading =15 OR 10-831-103, Intro to College Writing or 10-831-107, College Reading and Writing 1 with "B" or better OR equivalent) Course Typically Offered: Summer/Fall/J-Session/Spring
SEMESTER TOTAL
17
FOURTH SEMESTER
10-420-168
Computer Aided Manufacturing
3
10-420-168 COMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING ...effects of product mix and demand patterns on manufacturing system design and selection of process control methods. Introductions to quick changeover strategies, reprogrammable automation, numerical control, robotics and other computerized processing techniques. (Prerequisites: 10-623-172, Material Removal/Form; 10-606-126, Geometric Dimensioning/Tolerance) Course Typically Offered: Spring
10-606-210
SW Fund, Assemblies, Dwgs
3
10-606-210 SOLIDWORKS FUNDAMENTALS, ASSEMBLIES AND DRAWINGS ...Terminology; software operation and interface basics, creating basic models, casting and forging models, revolved a swept features, SolidWorks drawing environment, completely dimensioned orthographic drawings; model troubleshooting. (Corequisite: 10-606-119, Technical Sketching) Course Typically Offered: Fall/Spring
10-623-118
Dynamics
3
10-623-118 DYNAMICS ...kinematics of particles, rigid bodies and systems. Analysis of position, velocity and acceleration. The relationship between the motion of bodies and forces or torques. Study of particles and rigid bodies subject to translation, rotation and general planar motion using Newton's laws of motion, work-energy methods, impulse-momentum methods, and mechanical vibrations. Course Typically Offered: Spring
10-623-167
Engineering Economy
2
10-623-167 ENGINEERING ECONOMY ...using source and application of funds; cost control, valuation, depreciation, replacement theory and taxation to analyze and assist in making management decisions. (Prerequisites: 10-804-197, College Algebra & Trig w Apps OR 10-804-195, College Algebra w/Apps AND 10-804-196, Trigonometry w/ Apps; proficiency with advanced functions of Excel strongly recommended) Course Typically Offered: Spring
10-623-169
Lean Manufacturing Systems 1
2
10-623-169 LEAN MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS 1 ...introduction to production/operations management and lean manufacturing system design for engineers. Emphasis is given to analysis and design of production systems, facility layout, and globalization. (Prerequisites: 10-804-197, College Algebra & Trig w Apps OR 10-804-195, College Algebra w/Apps AND 10-804-196, Trigonometry w/ Apps) Course Typically Offered: Spring
10-664-105
Automation 6: PLC
1
10-664-105 AUTOMATION 6: PLC ...programming a PLC system to operate a discrete and analog process adhering to a functional specification or timing diagram. (Corequisite: 10-664-104, Automation 5: PLC) Course Typically Offered: Summer/Fall/Spring
10-804-181
Calculus 2
4
10-804-181 CALCULUS 2 ...continuation of Calculus I covering integration techniques, indeterminate forms, improper integrals, techniques of integration, applications to the physical sciences, first order linear differential equations, Infinite series including Maclaurin, Taylor, and Fourier. (Prerequisite: 10-804-198, Calculus I with a "C" or better) Course Typically Offered: Fall/Spring
SEMESTER TOTAL
18
TOTAL CREDITS
69
Curriculum Note
. The following UW-Stout courses are required for Bachelor of Science Degree completion:
SUMMER AFTER SEMESTER FOUR
MATH-250 Differential Equations/Linear Alg (3 credit)
MFGE-275 Thermodynamics/Heat Transfer (3 credit)
SEMESTER FIVE
CHEM-341 Chemistry of Materials (4 credit)
MECH-294 Mechanics of Material (3 credit)
PHYS-282 University Physics II (5 credit)
SEMESTER SIX
MFGE-391 Fluid Mechanics (WINTRM) (3 credit)
ELEC-290 Circuits & Devices (4 credit)
STAT-330 Probability & Statics (3 credit)
INMGT-422 Quality Engineering (3 credit)
SUMMER AFTER SEMESTER SIX
GEN ED Humanities (3 credit)
SEMESTER SEVEN
MFGE-351 Mfg. Process Engineering I (3 credit)
INMGT-435 Facilities/Matl Handling (WINTRM) (2 credit)
MFGE-365 Control Theory (2 credit)
MFGE-405 Capstone I: Product/Syst. Design (3 credit)
MFGE-441 Design of Jigs/Fixtures/Tooling (3 credit)
GEN ED English Comp 2 (3 credit)
SUMMER AFTER SEMESTER SEVEN
GEN ED Social Responsibility/Ethical Reasoning (3 credit)
SEMESTER EIGHT
10-623-172
Robotic Vision Systems (NWTC) (1
credit)
MFGE-440 Design/Simulation Mfg. Systems (3 credit)
MFGE-410 Capstone II: Mfg. Syst. Design (3 credit)
GEN ED Humanities (Digital Photography) (3 credit)
GEN ED Contemporary Issues(Cont Am Society) (3 credit)
MFGE-352 Mfg. Process Engineering II (3 credit)
For further detail, go to: http://www.nwtc.edu/academics/ProgTeamSites/manufacturingengineering/Pages/home.aspx
. The credit for 10-890-101, College 101 is an Institutional Requirement for graduation. Consequently, it is not part of the program credit requirements.

Program Outcomes

• Apply the principles of mathematics, science and lean principles to solve manufacturing related problems.
• Apply proper engineering principles to design for manufacturability.
• Determine production process improvements by application related experiments.
• Explain the principles of material selection and application.
• Assist in the design of products and manufacturing systems.
• Communicate effectively.
• Function effectively in team or group settings.
• Display attitudes consistent with the profession.
• Utilize modeling software tools in the design of prototypes, products or components for selected applications.
• Apply automation principles along with the use of programmable logic controller techniques for design and control of manufacturing processes.
• Program Objectives
- Graduates will ...
- Be employed in the manufacturing industry
- Participate in life-long learning and engage professional growth
- Provide problems-solving skills in a team environment within manufacturing

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Note

• Students who choose to take Physics, Calculus and Chemistry courses at other higher education institutions must be aware of prerequisite requirements and must meet with the Academic Advisor of Manufacturing Engineering Technology prior to course entry.
• Students should have an aptitude for science and mathematics. Students should take as many upper level math and science courses in high school as possible, including algebra, trigonometry, pre-calculus, physics and chemistry.
• Students must have an acceptable Academic Skills Assessment College Math score (63 or higher) or equivalent assessment, or have completed or tested out of 10-804-118, Intermediate Algebra w Apps, before taking the following first semester program courses: 10-623-170, Engineering Materials 10-804-197, College Algebra & Trig w Apps, 10-806-135, College Chemistry.
• Students must have completed one year of high school Chemistry (with lab component) within the past five years with a "B" or better, OR 10-806-134, General Chemistry, before taking first semester course, 10-806-135, College Chemistry.
• Students will also need to have mastered basic computer skills in Windows, Word and Excel including file creation and management.
• Students must have experience with manual drafting or sketching or need to take 10-614-113, 2D Essentials prior to or concurrent with 10-606-116, CAD-Intro.

Study Abroad Opportunities

• The International Studies staff continually seeks opportunities for students to travel abroad for educational experiences that may be offered in association with program courses. To find out more about which of your program courses may offer an opportunity during this academic year, contact your academic advisor.

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