Available Courses This Term

420-320 Machine Tool Operation I

Learn entry-level skills on basic machine tools, including lathes, drill presses, grinders, and milling machines. Produce parts from engineering drawings, and make measurements using inspection tools such as micrometers, height gages, verniers, thread gages, and the optical comparator. Develop the machine operating skills needed to produce parts to the tolerances commonly found in industrial situations.

Course Credits

4

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 420-320-001

Prerequisite(s): 420-326 Machine Tool Theory I (or concurrent)
CRN: 5026
Tuition/fee: $650.60
Seats Open: 18
Instructor: Walter, Steven P
Dates: 06/15/15-08/05/15
Days: Monday Wednesday
Times: 07:30am-12:20pm
Room: I141

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Dates: 06/15/15-08/05/15
Days: Tuesday
Times: 08:30am-01:20pm
Room: I141

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Dates: 06/16/15-08/04/15
Days: Tuesday
Times: 07:30am-08:20am
Room: I137

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420-321 Machine Tool Operation II

Enhance ability to use basic machine tools, including lathes, drill presses, grinders, and milling machines. Produce parts from engineering drawings, and make measurements using inspection tools such as micrometers, height gages, verniers, thread gages, and the optical comparator. Develop the machine operating skills needed to produce parts to the tolerances commonly found in industrial situations.

Course Credits

4

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 420-321-001

Prerequisite(s): 420-320 Machine Tool Operation I (or concurrent)
CRN: 5027
Tuition/fee: $650.60
Seats Open: 18
Instructor: Walter, Steven P
Dates: 06/15/15-08/05/15
Days: Monday Wednesday
Times: 07:30am-12:20pm
Room: I141

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Dates: 06/15/15-08/05/15
Days: Tuesday
Times: 08:30am-01:20pm
Room: I141

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Dates: 06/16/15-08/04/15
Days: Tuesday
Times: 07:30am-08:20am
Room: I137

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420-323 Machine Tool Operation III

Hone the skills related to using basic machine tools, including lathes, drill presses, grinders, and milling machines. Produce parts from engineering drawings, and make measurements using inspection tools such as micrometers, height gages, verniers, thread gages, and the optical comparator. Develop the machine operating skills needed to produce parts to the tolerances commonly found in industrial situations.

Course Credits

4

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 420-323-001

Prerequisite(s): 420-321 Machine Tool Operation II (or concurrent) and 420-328 Machine Tool Theory II (or concurrent)
CRN: 5028
Tuition/fee: $650.60
Seats Open: 18
Instructor: Walter, Steven P
Dates: 06/15/15-08/05/15
Days: Monday Wednesday
Times: 07:30am-12:20pm
Room: I141

plus

Dates: 06/15/15-08/05/15
Days: Tuesday
Times: 08:30am-01:20pm
Room: I141

plus

Dates: 06/16/15-08/04/15
Days: Tuesday
Times: 07:30am-08:20am
Room: I137

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420-324 Machine Tool Operation IV

Master the entry-level skills needed to use basic machine tools, including lathes, drill presses, grinders, and milling machines. Produce parts from engineering drawings, and make measurements using inspection tools such as micrometers, height gages, verniers, thread gages, and the optical comparator. Develop the machine operating skills needed to produce parts to tolerances commonly found in industrial situations.

Course Credits

4

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 420-324-001

Prerequisite(s): 420-323 Machine Tool Operation III (or concurrent)
CRN: 5029
Tuition/fee: $650.60
Seats Open: 18
Instructor: Walter, Steven P
Dates: 06/15/15-08/05/15
Days: Monday Wednesday
Times: 07:30am-12:20pm
Room: I141

plus

Dates: 06/15/15-08/05/15
Days: Tuesday
Times: 08:30am-01:20pm
Room: I141

plus

Dates: 06/16/15-08/04/15
Days: Tuesday
Times: 07:30am-08:20am
Room: I137

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420-386 CNC Machining Center

Develop the skills needed to program, set up and operate a CNC vertical machining center. Use blueprint interpretation and math skills to select tooling, determine a workholding method, and write a CNC program to completely machine a part. Learn to alter, insert and delete portions of existing programs in order to maintain control of parts produced.

Course Credits

2

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 420-386-001

CRN: 5030
Tuition/fee: $325.30
Seats Open: 18
Instructor: Bence, Kurt L
Dates: 06/15/15-08/05/15
Days: Monday Wednesday
Times: 05:30pm-09:20pm
Room: I131

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804-304 Industrial Math I

Explore the topics of applied arithmetic and algebra. Study concepts related to measurement, fractions, decimals, percents, ratio and proportion, signed numbers, formula substitution, solutions to equations, tapers and gears. Calculate the areas and volumes of common geometric shapes.

Course Credits

2

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 804-304-001

Prerequisite(s): College Proficiency - Math or COMPASS-Pre-Algebra or 854-793 Basic Math or ACT-Math or ASSET-Numerical Skills or Accuplacer Arithmetic
CRN: 5120
Tuition/fee: $271.30
Seats Open: 22
Instructor: TBA
Dates: 06/16/15-08/06/15
Days: Tuesday Thursday
Times: 06:30pm-09:20pm
Room: E102

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804-305 Industrial Math II

Examine topics in geometry and trigonometry that are related to the metalworking trades. Practice applying geometric theorems and solving both right and oblique triangle problems.

Course Credits

2

Sections this Semester

Offering number: 804-305-001

Prerequisite(s): 804-304 Industrial Math I
CRN: 5121
Tuition/fee: $271.30
Seats Open: 22
Instructor: TBA
Dates: 06/16/15-08/06/15
Days: Tuesday Thursday
Times: 06:30pm-09:20pm
Room: E102

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