Manufacturing and Production Technology (MPT)

MPT 110 - Automated Production Concepts I Units: 3

This course introduces students to the concepts of production systems management and control. This course stresses materials resource planning and basic production line controls, to include robotic, conveyer, machine tool, and quality integration. This course satisfies 10 hours of instruction toward completing the embedded human relations curriculum requirements, in accordance with Embedded Curriculum Guidelines Option A. Completion of all six area (total 3 credits), satisfies 15 hours of instruction toward completing the embedded math curriculum requirements, in accordance with Embedded Curriculum Guidelines Option A.

Transferability: May not transfer towards an NSHE bachelor's degree

MPT 110M - Automated Production Concepts I Units: 0.5

This course introduces students to the concepts of production systems management and control. This course stresses materials resource planning and basic production line controls, to include robotic, conveyer, machine tool, and quality integration. The student must complete all content for the following six areas in order to meet degree or certificate requirements. 1. AC Motors and generators (.5 Credits) 2. DC Motors and generators (.5 Credits) 3. Logic Controls and mechanical Controls (.5 Credits) 4. Electromechanical and solid-state devices (.5 Credits) 5. Timing and counter circuits (.5 Credits) 6. Troubleshooting, repair and maintenance (.5 Credits) Completion of all six area (total 3 credits), satisfies 10 hours of instruction toward completing the embedded human relations curriculum requirements, in accordance with Embedded Curriculum Guidelines Option A. Completion of all six area (total 3 credits), satisfies 15 hours of instruction toward completing the embedded math curriculum requirements, in accordance with Embedded Curriculum Guidelines Option A.

Transferability: May not transfer towards an NSHE bachelor's degree

MPT 120 - Automated Production Concepts II Units: 3

This course introduces students to the concepts of production systems management and control. This course stresses materials resource planning and basic production line controls, to include robotic, conveyor, machine tool, and quality integration. This course satisfies 12 hours of instruction toward completing the embedded human relations curriculum requirements and also satisfies 15 hours of instruction toward completing the embedded math curriculum requirements, in accordance with Embedded Curriculum Guidelines Option A.

Transferability: May not transfer towards an NSHE bachelor's degree

Enrollment requirements: Prerequisite: MPT 110 or instructor approval.

MPT 120M - Automated Production Concepts II Units: 0.5

This course introduces students to the concepts of production systems management and control. This course stresses materials resource planning and basic production line controls, to include robotic, conveyor, machine tool, and quality integration. The student must complete all content for the following six areas in order to meet degree or certificate requirements. 1. PLC Event Sequencing (.5 Credits) 2. Panel View (.5 Credits) 3. Introduction to Control Logix (.5 Credits) 4. Machine Safety Controls (.5 Credits) 5. Robotic Programming and Controls (.5 Credits) 6. Robotic Work-Cell Integration and Interface (.5 Credits) Completion of all six areas (total of 3 credits), satisfies 12 hours of instruction toward completing the embedded human relations curriculum requirements and also satisfies 15 hours of instruction toward completing the embedded math curriculum requirements, in accordance with Embedded Curriculum Guidelines Option A.

Transferability: May not transfer towards an NSHE bachelor's degree

Enrollment requirements: Prerequisite: MPT 110 or instructor approval.

MPT 130 - Automated Production Concepts III Units: 3

This course is a continuation of MPT 110 and MPT 120 Automated Production Concepts I & II and serves as the capstone course for the AAS Manufacturing Technology, Production Systems Emphasis. Students are required to combine concepts from all core courses to complete a comprehensive complex production system evolution.

Transferability: May not transfer towards an NSHE bachelor's degree

Enrollment requirements: Prerequisite: MPT 120.

MPT 135 - Material Handling Units: 2

This course provides an overview of the functions and operation of various types of common powered and non-powered industrial material handling equipment. OSHA regulations and standards governing the safe use of powered industrial trucks are covered. The student must complete all content for the following four areas in order to meet degree or certificate requirements. 1. Basic Material Handling Equipment(.5 Credits) 2. Safe and Effective Equipment Operation (.5 Credits) 3. Warehouse Procedures (.5 Credits) 4. Automated Warehouse Concepts (.5 Credits) Completion of all four areas (total of 2 credits), satisfies 6 hours of instruction toward completing the embedded human relations curriculum requirements, in accordance with Embedded Curriculum Guidelines Option A.

Transferability: May not transfer towards an NSHE bachelor's degree

Term Typically Offered: ALL SEMESTERS

MPT 135M - Material Handling Units: 0.5

This course provides an overview of the functions and operation of various types of common powered and non-powered industrial material handling equipment. OSHA regulations and standards governing the safe use of powered industrial trucks are covered. The student must complete all content for the following four areas in order to meet degree or certificate requirements. 1. Basic Material Handling Equipment(.5 Credits) 2. Safe and Effective Equipment Operation (.5 Credits) 3. Warehouse Procedures (.5 Credits) 4. Automated Warehouse Concepts (.5 Credits) Completion of all four areas (total of 2 credits), satisfies 6 hours of instruction toward completing the embedded human relations curriculum requirements, in accordance with Embedded Curriculum Guidelines Option A.

Transferability: May not transfer towards an NSHE bachelor's degree

MPT 140 - Quality Control Units: 3

This course introduces students to the fundamental principles and practices of industrial quality control. Total Quality Management (TQM), Acceptance Sampling Systems are discussed in depth. This course satisfies 24 hours of instruction toward completing the embedded human relations curriculum requirements and also satisfies 20 hours of instruction toward completing the embedded math curriculum requirements, in accordance with Embedded Curriculum Guidelines Option A.

Transferability: May not transfer towards an NSHE bachelor's degree

MPT 140M - Quality Control Units: 0.5

This course introduces students to the fundamental principles and practices of industrial quality control. Total Quality Management (TQM), Acceptance Sampling Systems are discussed in depth. The student must complete all content for the following six areas in order to meet degree or certificate requirements. 1. Quality and LEAN Manufacturing (.5 Credits) 2. 5S System (.5 Credits) 3. Value Stream Mapping (.5 Credits) 4. Lean Visual Workspace and Kaizen (.5 Credits) 5. Poka Yoke and Lean Theory (.5 Credits) 6. Quality Systems and Integration of LEAN to the Workplace (.5 Credits) Completion of all six areas (total of 3 credits), satisfies 24 hours of instruction toward completing the embedded human relations curriculum requirements and also satisfies 20 hours of instruction toward completing the embedded math curriculum requirements, in accordance with Embedded Curriculum Guidelines Option A.

Transferability: May not transfer towards an NSHE bachelor's degree

MPT 150 - Solid Modeling for Manufacturing Technicians Units: 3

This course is an introduction to Solid Works software for utilization within a manufacturing environment. The course covers creation, retrieval and modification of 3-D and layout drawings using basic Solid Works commands. Includes skills needed to create parametric models of parts and assemblies; generate dimensioned layouts; and Bill of Materials of those parts and assemblies.

Transferability: May not transfer towards an NSHE bachelor's degree