Dec 16, 2019  
2019-2020 Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Catalog
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PRS 241 - Machining Capstone Lecture

Hours: 1
An introduction to the theory and practice involved in the design and management of technically oriented projects. The philosophical basis of this course is the systematic approach to project design and management. This approach requires continually considering and reevaluating how each portion of a project interacts with the entire project. Its use can lead to an efficient, useful, and cost effective product, process, or service. This course is a culmination of all machining competencies in the program and incudes
a career management component.                  
      
 

Corequisite: Corequisite: PRS 231  ,

PRS 232 - Machine Tool 4 Lab

Hours: 2
A career technical laboratory course of the Machine Tool 4 Lec (see description) allows students to practice and demonstrate acquired skills using the same equipment and tools found in the industry.

Prerequisite: PRS 201  and PRS 202  
Corequisite: PRS 231   ,

PRS 242 - Machining Capstone Lab

Hours: 2


The practical lab portion of the Machining Capstone Course (see description) where students will be able to practice and demonstrate skills using the same equipment and tools found in the industry. Students will manage actual projects in the shop utilizing project management software.
 

Corequisite: Corequisite: 

PRS 231 - Machine Tool 4 Lecture

Hours: 2
A course that studies the fundamental skills required in the machining industry. Skill topics include: safety, bench work, measuring devices, basic machinery and their functions including: drill presses, vertical milling machines, horizontal mills, engine lathes, grinding machines, surface grinders and common cutting tools. The overarching goal of this course is to afford the student the opportunity to earn NIMS credentials, (The National Institute for Metal Working Skills) as they demonstrate their competency with the tools and procedures used in the industry. NIMS credentials certify to employers that the holder is qualified to work in the industry. In this course students can earn one NIMS credential. They are surface grinding operations. This course is the next step up in the NIMS Level 1 credentials. This course is an introduction to the surface grinder, work holding, tool holding devices for the surface grinder and machining operations on the surface grinder. Students may earn a NIMS credential in this course; both a practical and theory test must be mastered to receive the credential.

Prerequisite: PRS 201  and PRS 202  
Corequisite: PRS 232   ,

PRS 232 - Machine Tool 4 Lab

Hours: 2
A career technical laboratory course of the Machine Tool 4 Lec (see description) allows students to practice and demonstrate acquired skills using the same equipment and tools found in the industry.

Prerequisite: PRS 201  and PRS 202  
Corequisite: PRS 231   ,

PRS 241 - Machining Capstone Lecture

Hours: 1
An introduction to the theory and practice involved in the design and management of technically oriented projects. The philosophical basis of this course is the systematic approach to project design and management. This approach requires continually considering and reevaluating how each portion of a project interacts with the entire project. Its use can lead to an efficient, useful, and cost effective product, process, or service. This course is a culmination of all machining competencies in the program and incudes
a career management component.                  
      
 

Corequisite: Corequisite: PRS 231  , PRS 232  , PRS 242  Course Fee:
$25 

 Course Fee:
$25

 Course Fee:
$25



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