ADMF 116 Automation & Robotics in Manufacturing I
Prerequisite:ADMF 102 and MATH 111 or MATH 035 or MATH 043. Introduces the basic theory,operation,and programming of auto- mated manufacturing systems. The course will focus on three main types of manufacturing automation including;Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC),Computer Numerically Controlled Machines (CNC),
and Robotics. Students will be required to design,program and troubleshoot computer controlled machine logic and production
processes in a project oriented learning environment. ADMF 118 World Class Manufacturing
Prerequisites:Demonstrated competency through appropriate assessment or earning a grade of“C”or better in ENGL 025 and ENGL 032. Introduces the basic concepts of manufacturing opera- tions management and production control activity. This course serves as an introduction to the effective use of the principles of manufacturing competitiveness,company profitability,and superior
customer service. ADMF 119 Logistics in Manufacturing
Prerequisites:None. Introduces students to the various components of logistics with emphasis on how logistics relate to manufacturing operations. Topics will include logistics systems,supply chain man- agement, order,demand inventory and warehouse management, and the control systems and automated components of logistics sys- tems. Logistics concepts are approached from a manufacturing per- spective with a focus on system integration and automation and
lean manufacturing applications. ADMF 122 Mechatronics II
Prerequisite:Demonstrated competency through appropriate assessment or earning a grade of“C”or better in MATH 050 or MATH 015 or MATH 023. Introduces the common types electrical wiring circuits used for power and control of electrical devices and motors used in advanced manufacturing. Topics covered will include electri- cal safety,terminology,and interpretation of electrical symbols, motor theory,motor wiring,control wiring,and ladder diagrams.
ADMF 201 Lean Manufacturing
Prerequisite:None.Introduces the philosophical background,histori- cal development,fundamental concepts,operating fundamentals, and the organizational rationale for the implementation of lean dis- ciplines in manufacturing.The course also applies to the application of lean disciplines and concepts to service and support industries. The use and implementation of lean disciplines has generally result- ed in the ability of an enterprise to develop a work environment that promotes continuous improvement,eliminates waste,reduces operating cost,improves quality,and achieves measurable improve- ment in customer satisfaction.
ADMF 202 Mechatronics III
Prerequisites:ADMF 122.Introduces the common types of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) and electric motor drive sys- tems used in advanced manufacturing. Topics covered will include PLC theory,PLC installation,control wiring,ladder diagrams,AC & DC
motor drive application and installation. ADMF 205 Sensors in Manufacturing
Prerequisite:ADMF 113.Introduces the basic principles and practices of sensor technology used in advanced manufacturing. This course will prepare students to utilize commonly used sensor technology from simple switches to complex modern sensors. Students will be required to match appropriate sensor technology with specific man-
ADMF 206 Automation & Robotics in Manufacturing II
Prerequisite:ADMF 116 and MATH 111 or MATH 035 or MATH 023. Continues to develop the theory,operation,and programming of automated manufacturing systems. This course will focus on three main types of manufacturing automation including;Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC),Computer Numerically Controlled Machines (CNC),and Robotics. Students will be required to integrate and trou- bleshoot computer controlled machines in a manner that represents actual advanced manufacturing production processes in a project oriented learning environment.
ADMF 211 Quality Systems in Manufacturing 3 Credits Prerequisite:MATH 111 or MATH 035 or MATH 043. Covers current quality improvement concepts and techniques in industry with emphasis on modern manufacturing requirements. This course introduces the fundamental tools of Statistical Process Control (SPC) as they are used in industry to reduce costs,identify root cause,and increase productivity at a predictable quality level. Applied princi- ples and techniques of total quality systems will be utilized to ensure correct definition,measurement,analysis,and improvement of common manufacturing problems. Areas of study include;basic statistical and probability theory,sampling techniques,process con- trol charts,nature of variation,histograms,attributes and variable
ADMF 216 Projects in Advanced Manufacturing
Prerequisite: ADMF 206.Requires the student of advanced manufac- turing to formally display their knowledge and implementation of a broad range of skills from the advanced manufacturing curriculum. Specifically,this course will require students,working in manufac- turing teams,to develop a manufacturing line for the production of a product.Students will enhance manufacturing processes by imple- menting concepts of learn manufacturing and employing quality
concepts to ensure high production rates.
ADMF 222 Mechatronics IV
Prerequisite:Demonstrated competency through appropriate assess- ment or earning a grade of“C”or better in MATH 050 or MATH 015 or MATH 023.Introduces the basic principles and practices of fluid power technology used in advanced manufacturing and mechatron-
ic systems. This course will examine fluid power components and fluid power circuit design.
ADMF 280 Manufacturing COOP/Internship
Prerequisite:Program Chair Approval.Gives students the opportuni- ty to work in a manufacturing environment that is specifically relat- ed to their career objectives. Students gain on-the-job experience while earning credit toward an associate degree. Students already working may apply to use that current job experience to meet course requirements. Students will be required to establish learning outcomes and prepare job reports in conjunction with the employer.
AGRI 100 Introduction to Agriculture
Prerequisite:None.Presents an overview of agriculture emphasizing the basic concepts of crop and animal growth and production.In addition,the course provides a survey of the diversity of agricultural
industries. AGRI 101 Agricultural Data Management
Prerequisite:None. Principles of collecting,managing,and retrieving financial,physical,and spatial data from farm operations to support the farm’s decision-making and reporting. Emphasizes use of finan- cial, statistical,and logical spreadsheet functions,GIS systems, record-keeping for fertilizer and pesticide usage and regulation,and specialized software applications,including integration of informa-
tion from various sources and packages.
AGRI 102 Agricultural Business and Farm Management
Prerequisites:None. Deals with vast and complex business of agri- culture; emphasizes modern business and farm production methods along with current management and administrative strategies
needed for success in an agricultural business.
AGRI 110 Introductory Agricultural Business and Economics
Prerequisites:Demonstrated competency through appropriate assessment or earning a grade of“C”or higher in ENGL 025 and ENGL 032 and MATH 050 or MATH 015 or MATH 023.Examines the role and characteristics of farm and off-farm agricultural business in our economy;introductory economic and business principles involved in successful organization,operation,and management.