Minor in Precision Manufacturing
This minor is designed to provide a background computer-intensive/automated manufacturing. Students in this minor take courses in the area of computer-aided design/manufacturing, computer-numeric-control programming (CNC), automated material handling, electronic control technology, computer-integrated manufacturing, rapid prototyping, and systems integration.
Minimum of 18 credit hours taken from the list of courses below by a faculty advisor in the Department. The student must declare the minor. Admission to the minor will require the completion of at least 24 credits with a grade point average of 2.0. Successful completion of the minor will require a grade point average of 2.0 in the courses making up the minor.
|ITT 103 - Materials Properties & Testing||3|
|ITT 221 - Power & Energy Processing||3|
|ITT 231 - Technical Visualization||3|
|ITT 241 – Information and Communications Technologies||3|
|ITT 252 - Material Processing||3|
|ITT 282 - Computer Aided Design||3|
|ITT 323 - Fluid Power||3|
|ITT 353 - Automated Materials Processes||3|
|ITT 384 - Advanced Computer Aided Design||3|
|ITT 425 - Electronic Control Technology||3|
|ITP 410 - Technical Operations & Strategies||3|