MTR300 - Manufacturing Processes
Manufacturing Processes: The course covers various methods of processing metals, plastics, ceramics, and composite materials with emphasis to the major processes used in manufacturing today: casting and molding, forming, separating, conditioning, assembling, and finishing. A final section provides students with an introduction to product design and process selection. (3 crs.) Two-hours lecture and three-hours lab, Spring or Fall.
MTR310 - Principles of Automatice Contr
This course covers key concepts of industrial control. The purpose of this course is to provide the student with an understanding knowledge of industrial control principles including: instruments, circuits, components and control techniques. The primary focus is on operation principles and the measurement devices. The student will have already learned basic electronic principles in Circuits I, II, and Digital Fundamentals. (3 crs.) Two hours of lecture and three hours of lab. Fall or Spring.