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Engineering Technology - Digital Manufacturing Specialization (DM) Option (AS)


Admission Program Objective Code ETDM
State CIP Code 1615000001

The purpose of this program is to prepare students for employment or provide additional training for persons previously or currently employed in the manufacturing, electronics, aerospace, or other related industries. This degree is a planned sequence of instruction consisting of the four specializations: Mechanical Design and Fabrication, Digital Design and Modeling, Advanced Technology, and Digital Manufacturing with one common core. It is recommended that students complete the core before advancing to the courses in the next level of specialization. The coverage includes communication skills, technical competency, safe and efficient work practices and a combination of theory and laboratory activities to gain the necessary cognitive and manipulative skills to support engineering design, processes, production, testing, and product quality.

The 18 credit hour core has been aligned with the Manufacturing Skills Standards Council’s (MSSC) skills standards. The MSSC skill standards define the knowledge, skills, and performance needed for positions in manufacturing. After completing this core and the General Education requirements, the students will be eligible to take the exam for the MSSC Production Technician Certification.

Students who successfully complete selected courses from this program of study may be eligible to receive the Engineering Technology Support Specialist (CCC)  (State CIP Code 0615000007), Digital Manufacturing Specialist (CCC)  (State CIP Code 0615000009), and Rapid Prototyping Specialist (CCC)  (State CIP code 0615000012) certificates.

General Education


Select one course from each category; see the AS Degree General Education Requirements  section of catalog for specific course listings:

Total General Education Credits Required: 18


Technical Elective Courses


Select 15 credits from the following:

Total Technical Elective Credits Required: 15


Total Program Credits Required: 60


Suggested Two Year Academic Plan


This program admits students in the fall/spring/summer semester(s). Below is a sample academic plan for these students admitted in the identified semester.

Engineering Technology - Digital Manufacturing Specialization (DM) Option (AS) (ETDM) Companion Certificates*
First Year ETTS DMFS RAPP
Fall Semester
ENC 1101 - English Composition I 3 Credit Hours ♦ ▲ ¶  
 ETI 1710 - Occupational Safety 3 Credit Hours  
  SLS 2505 - Critical Thinking 3 Credit Hours  
ETD 1320C - AutoCAD I 3 Credit Hours  
EET 1084C - Introduction to Electronics 3 Credit Hours  
Total Semester Hours:  15
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Spring Semester
  MAC 1105 - College Algebra 3 Credit Hours ♦  
ENC 2210 - Technical Report Writing 3 Credit Hours  
  ETM 1005C - Basic Mechanical Operations 3 Credit Hours  
 ETD 2150 - Industrial Print Reading 3 Credit Hours  
 Technical Elective 3 Credit Hours
Total Semester Hours:  15
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Second Year
Fall Semester
 PHY 1020 - Physical Science 3 Credit Hours ♦  
ETM 1010C - Mechanical Measurement and Instrumentation 3 Credit Hours  
 ETI 1420 - Prop of Materials/Cutting Tools 3 Credit Hours  - Online Only
 Technical Elective 3 Credit Hours
 Technical Elective 3 Credit Hours
Total Semester Hours: 15
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Spring Semester
  ETI 2110 - Total Quality Tools 3 Credit Hours  
PHI 2600 - Introduction to Ethics 3 Credit Hours ❖ † ¶  
Social Science 3 Credit Hours
Technical Elective 3 Credit Hours
Technical Elective 3 Credit Hours
Total Semester Hours:  15
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Total Program Hours:  60      
*  Courses with √ can also be used in the Companion Certificate indicated:
ETSS - Engineering Technology Support Specialist (CCC)  
DFMS - Digital Manufacturing Specialist (CCC)  
RAPP - Rapid Prototyping Specialist (CCC)