Academic Catalog

Manufacturing (MNFG)

MNFG 102  Manufacturing Processes  3 cr.   (2 + 3)  

This course discusses materials and processes that are used in manufacturing. The course introduces the properties of materials for manufactured goods that include ferrous and nonferrous metals and alloys, ceramics, and composites. The casting, powder metallurgy, metal and nonmetal fabrication processes are also studied.

Corequisite(s): ENGR 191
MNFG 114  Principles of Quality Control In Manufacturing  3 cr.   (2 + 3)  

This Quality Assurance (QA) course emphasizes the process used to ensure that products and systems are meeting the planned requirements. Students will understand the systematic approach to measurement, standard comparison, and monitoring that lead to error prevention.

MNFG 140  Introduction to Computer Numeric Controlled (CNC) Machines  3 cr.   (2 + 3)  

This course emphasizes the understanding and operation of Computer Numeric Control (CNC) machines. The laboratory work involves the use of computer-integrated manufacturing (CIM) which includes the use of computer numerical control (CNC) machines.