CCL Electromechanical Manufacturing Technology
Academic Plan Code
MCCCD Program Detail
The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Electromechanical Manufacturing Technology is designed to provide the student with the basic skills to be successful as an entry-level maintainer of simple to medium complexity electro-mechanical equipment. The basis for the program is the ability to read engineering drawings and electrical schematics in the quest to maintain and repair equipment. These skills are augmented with a good basis of mathematical theory, an introduction to machines and the machining processes, and instruction regarding the support of manufacturing equipment through effective maintenance of equipment.
Program Prerequisites Credits: 3
|GTC107||Technical Mathematics I (3) or Satisfactory score on math placement test.|
Required Courses Credits: 34
|DFT114||Machine Trades Blueprint Reading||3|
|DFT252AA||Computer Aided Drafting I: AutoCAD||3|
|ELE100||Concepts of Electricity and Electronics||3|
|GTC108||Technical Mathematics II||3|
|GTC181||Introduction to Fluid Power||3|
|GTC216||Properties of Materials||3|
|GTC208||Statistical Process Control (3) OR|
|QCT143||Principles of Quality Assurance (3)||3|
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