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  • Practical experience
    As a co-operative program, the student spends one year in a related work experience in industry as part of the requirements for graduation.
  • Academic Title
    Manufacturing Engineering Technology Ontario College Advanced Diploma
  • Course description
    Level 1    Credits
    Gen Ed - Take a 3 credit General Education elective course
    Take all of the following Mandatory Courses:
    • COMM-1004    Language & Communication Skills 1     3.00
    • WELD-1040    Welding Technology 1     2.00
    • METH-1002    Technology in Industry     3.00
    • MACH-1124    Machining 1     2.00
    • MATH-1153    Math 1     5.00

    Level 1 Add'l Req    Credits
    Take 1 Group:

    Group 1
    • CADD-1037    Engineering Drawing & CAD Drafting     4.25

    Group 2
    • CADD-1054    Eng. Drawing & BP Reading     2.00
    • CADD-1055    CADD Fundamentals     1.50

    Level 2    Credits
    Take all of the following Mandatory Courses:
    • MECH-3007    Tool Design I     3.50
    • MATS-1008    Ferrous Metallurgy     2.50
    • MECH-1004    SPC and Metrology     3.50
    • MACH-3044    Machining 2     3.50
    • MATH-3048    Mathematics 2     3.00
    • PSYC-1027    Human Relations     3.00

    Level 3    Credits

    Take all of the following Mandatory Courses:
    • ELEC-1089    Electrical-Electronic Fundamentals     3.00
    • MATS-3001    Materials Science I     2.75
    • MACH-3039    CNC Machining 1     3.50
    • MECH-3010    Tool Design 2     3.50
    • METH-3001    Work Study I     4.00
    • MATH-3018    Statistics     4.00

    Level 4    Credits

    Gen Ed - Take a 3 credit General Education elective course
    Take all of the following Mandatory Courses:
    • ELEC-3008    Applied Machine Control Fundamentals     2.00
    • MACH-3050    CNC Machining 2     4.50
    • MECH-5003    Tool Design 3     3.50
    • WELD-3009    Welding Technology 2     2.00
    • COMM-3005    Language & Communication Skills 3     3.00
    • MATH-3028    Math 3     2.00

    Level 5    Credits
    Take all of the following Mandatory Courses:
    • CHEM-3005    Chemistry     3.00
    • MECH-1003    Statics and Strength of Materials     4.00
    • METH-5006    Facilities Planning     3.00
    • MGMT-5003    Operations Management     4.00
    • WELD-5001    Production Welding     3.00
    • PSYC-5011    Industrial Relations     3.00

    Level 6    Credits
    Take all of the following Mandatory Courses:
    • ACCT-5004    Management Accounting     3.00
    • MECH-3018    Quality Systems     3.00
    • MECH-5007    Technical Project for Mfg. Technology     1.00
    • MECH-3023    Industrial Hydraulics Pneumatics & PLCS     5.25
    • MACH-5028    CNC 3 - CNC/CAD-CAM Adv     3.50
    • MGMT-5011    Production Planning & Control     3.00
    • MATH-5006    Engineering Economics/Estimating     4.00

    Gen Ed - Electives
    Take 6 General Education credits -
    Normally taken in Levels 1 and 4

    ACCT-5004 -  Management Accounting
    An introductory management accounting course that intoduces the student to manufacturing financial statements, job costing, ratio analysis and cash flow analysis.

    CADD-1037 -  Engineering Drawing & CAD Drafting

    Basic Engineering Sketching and Blueprint Reading plus Inventor. This course is designed to develop basic skills required for subsequent Technician and Technology courses for both Manufacturing and Design. 40% of the course is devoted to Sketching and Blueprint Reading. The remaining 60% will be strictly Inventor.

    CADD-1054 -  Eng. Drawing & BP Reading
    Basic Engineering Sketching and Blueprint Reading. This course is designed to developbasic skills required for Mechanical Engineering Technician.

    CADD-1055 -  CADD Fundamentals

    This course is designed to develop basic skills in using AutoCad (2D) and Inventor (3D) softwareto produce engineering drawings for both design and manufacture of mechanical components.

    CHEM-3005 -  Chemistry

    The basic principles governing the naming, behaviour and interaction between substances will be studied. Emphasis will be placed on compound recognition and naming, pH determination, corrosion reactions, and basic organic chemistry with an emphasis on polymer formation.

    COMM-1004 -  Language & Communication Skills 1

    COMM 1004 provides the student with an opportunity to establish skills in reading, writing and editing documents for work-related and personal uses. Students will also practice important study/reading skills and apply grammar rules.

    COMM-3005 -  Language & Communication Skills 3

    This course will permit the student to perform primary and secondary research, to shape, organize and document a formal report and to present a persuasive oral proposal.

    ELEC-1089 -  Electrical-Electronic Fundamentals
    This course is designed to provide the Manufacturing student with the necessary electrical fundamentals to understand and be able to communicate effectively, in electrical terminology, with specialists in the electrical industry.

    ELEC-3008 -  Applied Machine Control Fundamentals
    This course is designed to provide the Manufacturing student with the necessary understanding of fundamental motor control circuits and the basics of discrete machine control principles.

    MACH-1124 -  Machining 1
    This course will provide an outline of the basic machining processes with an emphasis on machine setup and tooling. Calculations for speed, feed rate, machining times and production cost will present an overall view of production machining.

    MACH-3039 -  CNC Machining 1
    This course will provide the student with manual part programming skills and practical experience on CNC machine tools. Students will be expected to write, edit, troubleshoot, and prove out their own programs. The practical aspect of the course will provide an opportunity to demonstrate initiative and good time management in addition to working safely and cooperating with fellow students.

    MACH-3044 -  Machining 2

    This course will cover machining principles with an emphasis on the mechanics of chip formation and cutting forces. Machinability, and the factors that influence tool life, surface integrity, and machining power will also be covered. Upon successful completion, the student will be able to operate basic machine tools safely and be able to trouble shoot machining problems as they arise.

    MACH-3050 -  CNC Machining 2

    This course will provide the student with manual part programming skills and practical experience on CNC Vertical Machining Center machine tools. Students will be expected to write, edit, trouble shoot and prove out their own programs. The practical aspect of the course will prove an opportunity to demonstrate initiative and good time management in addition to working safely and cooperating with fellow students.

    MACH-5028 -  CNC 3 - CNC/CAD-CAM Adv
    This course will provide an outline of the machining processes utilized in modern machining with an emphasis on computer assisted manufacturing software (Mastercam). Selection of tooling, process planning, order of operations, fixturing and work holding, and planning an efficient means to produce a finished product will present an overall view of CAM generated CNC processes.

    MATH-1153 -  Math 1

    As the first mathematics course for technology students, the content covered includes treatment of data, fundamental algebra, logarithmic and exponential functions, trigonometry, and geometry.

    MATH-3018 -  Statistics
    This course introduces the basic principles of statistics and the analysis of interpretation of sampling data. A study of the fundamentals of probability theory and sampling including techniques is also included.

    MATH-3028 -  Math 3
    This course reviews the concepts of trigonometric functions, right and oblique triangle applications and radian measure with an emphasis on solving problems related to CNC Machining and Tool Design. As well the various methods used in the solving of quadratic equations will be introduced.

    MATH-3048 -  Mathematics 2
    Topics include: mensuration with plane geometric figures and three-dimensional solids, polar coordinates, polar curves, exponents, radicals, logarithms, linear equations, systems of linear equations and associated word problems.

    MATH-5006 -  Engineering Economics/Estimating

    This course uses conventional and computer techniques for a variety of manufactured components using operation analysis, standard data, allowances, setup/tooling, and cost justification of a major machine tool. Concepts of equivalence, cash flow, depreciation, accept/reject decisions, and replacement analysis.

    MATS-1008 -  Ferrous Metallurgy

    Introductory course in Engineering Materials. The basic nature of metals, is explained. Steel is covered as is steel terminology and specifications. The heat treatment of steel is explained. Laboratory work is an important part of the course and will cover introductory metallography, tensile testing, hardness testing, impact testing, heat treating and collection of data. Writing of laboratory reports is an integral part of this course.

    MATS-3001 -  Materials Science I

    A review of heat treatment of carbon and alloy steels is covered. Hardenability, tool steels, stainless steels and cast irons are discussed. Copper and aluminum and other non-ferrous metals are then studied, followed by polymers and ceramics.

    MECH-1003 -  Statics and Strength of Materials
    This introductory course covers concepts in forces and their effects on materials. The design properties of materials are applied to practical problems in tension, compression and torsion. Stress determination in beams is also covered.

    MECH-1004 -  SPC and Metrology

    This introductory course covers both conventional measuring systems and co-ordinate measuring machines using STATISTICAL PROCESS CONTROL (SPC) tools. Through theory and practice, statistical analysis and measurement techniques will further develop correct judgment in quality control. Emphasis is given to reliable inspection reports/recommendations either orally or in written form.

    MECH-3007 -  Tool Design I
    Fundamental principles for the design of jigs, fixtures, cutting tools and gauges. Fixturing principles and application as applied to machining, inspection,and welding processes. Comparison of multiple, modular fixturing and palletized systems.

    MECH-3010 -  Tool Design 2
    Theory and Design of Tools used in Mass Production:Special Topics : 2 Stage Progressive Die, Power Bending Die.Only one of the above topics will be selected by the professor for Physical Design.The lecture period will cover the fundamentals of all the topics as they are applied in today's industry.

    MECH-3018 -  Quality Systems
    Understand the history and development of Quality Management Systems. The difference between quality management and traditional management techniques. Understand tools and techniques available to measure quality. Appreciate the philosophy of total quality management--pros and cons. Understand quality management necessary for an organization to achieve ISO 9000 and ISO/TS16948 Certification.

    MECH-3023 -  Industrial Hydraulics Pneumatics & PLCS

    Students will be introduced to the basic principles of hydraulics and pneumatics including power, pressure, and flow. The operational characteristics of pumps, valves, and actuators will be described and explained. Students will design, build, and test simple hydraulic/penumatic circuits. The student will become familiar with different methods of circuit control including direct control, electrical control and programmable logic controllers (PLC).

    MECH-5003 -  Tool Design 3

    Theory and Design of Tools used in Mass Production:Special Topics: Plastic Injection Molding, Blow Molding, Hydroforming.Only one of the above topics will be selected by the professor for Physical Design. The lecture period will cover the fundamentals of all the topics as they are applied in today's industry.

    MECH-5007 -  Technical Project for Mfg. Technology
    This course requires the student to research, develop and write a major technical report in the field of manufacturing technology. The emphasis of the report should be of a practical nature, ideally based on work performed by the student during a Co-op work term.

    METH-1002 -  Technology in Industry

    Significant manufacturing processes-both conventional and new are studied in this course; foundry processes, hard mould casting, powder metallurgy, primary and secondary metalworking processes and manufacturing with plastics, ceramics and composite materials. It is intended to give an overview of manufacturing methods and explain the behaviour of materials and the mechanisms involved in their fabrication.

    METH-3001 -  Work Study I

    Introduces the student to the significance of Motion and Time Study and how it has developed; makes use of standard Operation Analysis in developing improved methods of operation throughout an organization; utilizes a variety of Charts and Diagrams to document activities; develops skills in the use of Time Study Equipment and Documentation to create Production Standards.

    METH-5006 -  Facilities Planning
    Introduces the student to the principles of Facilities Planning including Site Selection, Office Layouts, Systematic Layout Planning; CAD will be used in the development of layouts for assignment purposes; the use of System Design Principles that must be applied in the selection of Material Handling Equipment as well as the recognition of various classifications of equipment and their use in Industry.

    MGMT-5003 -  Operations Management

    In this senior course on Operations Management, we will examine the management of resources in the organization, with particular emphasis on continuously improving productivity, quality and serving the customer.

    MGMT-5011 -  Production Planning & Control

    This course introduces the student to a broad view of production planning and control in the modern manufacturing environment including various operational techniques for planning, scheduling and routing. There is particular emphasis on the related decision making necessary for the maximum benefit of the total system. A unit on Lean Manufacturing and related topics such as Six Sigma, 5S and KanBan are included.

    PSYC-1027 -  Human Relations
    This course is intended as an overview of human relations skills in industry. In contrast to the technical skills which are learned in other courses, the successful student of Human Relations (PSYC1027) will become familiar with the art and practice of using systematic knowledge about human behaviour to achieve organizational and personal objectives.

    PSYC-5011 -  Industrial Relations
    This course will enable the student to develop a practical understanding of the Canadian industrial relations system and the principles of behaviour in the industrial working environment.

    WELD-1040 -  Welding Technology 1
    WELD-1040 is designed to provide both theoretical and practical knowledge in: welding shop safety, shielded metal arc welding, gas metal arc welding, gas tungstenarc welding, oxy-fuel and plasma cutting.

    WELD-3009 -  Welding Technology 2
    This course is designed to provide theoretical knowledge and practical experience in Robotic Arc Welding, gas metal arc welding, gas tungsten arc welding, machine flame cutting for edge preparation of base metal, resistance welding, and shielded metal arc welding.

    WELD-5001 -  Production Welding

    Use robotic welding equipment and applications.The selection and use of manual, semi-automatic,and automated welding processes and equipment.Edge preparation. Weld cost considerations.Procedure specifications. Subassemblies, jigs andfixtures for weldments.

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