The entire Advanced Manufacturing Technology program consists of four exit points including a Certificate of Proficiency in Manufacturing Principles, a Technical Certificate in Industrial Production Technology, a more advanced Technical Certificate in Advanced Manufacturing Technology and an Associate of Applied Science in Advanced Manufacturing Technology degree. All core courses have been created based on the demand of businesses and industries.
The program length for a full-time student in the Industrial Production Technology technical certificate is two (2) semesters and one (1) summer term. The program costs are approximately $3,500 for tuition and fees and approximately $1,050 for books and supplies.
|Fall Semester||Credit Hours|
|IPT||1013||Introduction to Manufacturing||3|
|IPT||1022||Industrial Safety for Manufacturing||2|
|MAT||1023||Technical Math or higher-level math course||3|
|CFA||1103||Tech Computer Fundamentals OR higher-level computer course||3|
|COM||1203||Tech Communications or higher-level composition course||3|
|Exit: Manufacturing Principles Certificate of Proficiency||16|
|Spring Semester||Credit Hours|
|IPT||1053||Electricity for Manufacturing||3|
|IPT||1063||Manufacturing Equipment Maintenance & Operation||3|
|IPT||1073||Print Reading, Tolerancing & Precision Measurement||3|
|IPT||1043||Industrial Plant Process||3|
|IPT||1923||Advanced Manufacturing Applications||3|
|Exit: Industrial Production Technology Technical Certificate||31|
**Required for Associate Degree
Upon successful completion of this technical certificate program a student should be able to:
- Perform entry-level manufacturing jobs with a basic foundational knowledge of safety, plant processes,
advanced industrial mathematics.
- Demonstrate competencies in beginning levels of industrial production to include basic
equipment, print reading, and precision measurement.
- Demonstrate a value for and knowledge of applications of quality management and lean management.
M. Ed., University of Arkansas at Fayetteville
B.S., Business Administration, University of Arkansas at Monticello
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