Manufacturing Technology Courses Offered
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Manufacturing Technology Courses Offered

The Manufacturing Technology program prepares students for employment in fields related to manufacturing. By completing the degree or certificate requirements, students acquire a foundation in computer aided design, machining, electronics, technical mathematics, and welding. Students also select a career field in which to specialize or broaden their knowledge. These fields include computer aided design and drafting, electronics, environmental technology, machine tool technology, quality assurance or welding. Competencies will be assessed regularly by student performance in the classroom and laboratory.
Manufacturing Technology 70 
Basic Robotics 

2 units; 1 hour lecture, 3 hours lab 
Credit, degree applicable 
Transfer CSU 
Manufacturing Technology 75 
Integrated Robotic and Automated Technologies 

3 units; 2 hours lecture, 4 hours lab 
Recommended Preparation: Electronics and Computer 
Hardware Technology 11, Manufacturing Technology 70 
Credit, degree applicable 
Transfer CSU 
Students will explore the technologies used to fabricate model robotics systems. Additional topics covered include basic electronics theory, electro-mechanical assembly, motors and micro-controller operation, basic programming, and careers in technology. Students will construct and test prototype robots. Project building and problem solving will be emphasized. This course covers robotic and automation applications with emphasis on imbedded electronics, micro-controller programming, motors, and drive trains. Additional topics covered include electronics theory, electro-mechanical fabrication, sensors, manufacturing materials and processes, and career fields in which robotic applications are used. Students will construct, program, and test a vehicular or process robot.

Note: This course is the same as the two-course sequence Manufacturing Technology 75A and 75B.

Manufacturing Technology 75A 
Integrated Robotic and Automated Technologies I 

1.5 units; 1 hour lecture, 2 hours lab 
Recommended Preparation: Electronics and Computer Hardware Technology 11, Manufacturing Technology 70 
Credit, degree applicable 
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Manufacturing Technology 75B 
Integrated Robotic and Automated Technologies II 

1.5 units; 1 hour lecture, 2 hours lab 
Recommended Preparation: Electronics and Computer Hardware Technology 11, Manufacturing Technology 70, and Manufacturing Technology 75A 
Credit, degree applicable 
Transfer CSU
This is the first course in a two-course sequence that covers robotic and automation applications with emphasis on electronics theory, electromechanical fabrication, motors, and drive trains. Students will construct, program, and test a vehicular or process robot.

Note: The two-course sequence Manufacturing Technology 75A and 75B is the same as Manufacturing Technology 75.

This is the second course in a two-course sequence that covers robotic and automation applications with emphasis on imbedded electronics, microcontroller programming, sensors, manufacturing materials and processes. Students will construct, program, and test a vehicular or process robot to satisfy instructor assigned goals or tasks.

Note: The two-course sequence Manufacturing Technology 75A and 75B is the same as Manufacturing Technology 75.

Manufacturing Technology 99 
(formerly Manufacturing Technology 99abc)

Independent Study 

1-3 units; hours to be arranged Enrollment Limitation: two courses in Manufacturing Technology with a minimum grade of B in each and acknowledgment by the instructor with whom the student will work 
Credit, degree applicable 
Transfer CSU*
 
This course provides special advanced studies in a subject field of Manufacturing Technology not covered in the regular departmental offerings. Regular conferences with the instructor are coordinated with assigned Manufacturing Technology projects (54 hours per unit).

*Note: Transfer limitations apply. Note: For eligibility requirements, go to www.elcamino.edu/admissions/credit.asp