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Industrial Technology

Industrial Technology

INDT 63 - INTRO TO MICRO, NANO, SEMI MFG - 3.0 Units

Technologies and procedures used in the manufacturing of micro- and nano-scale devices and semiconductors. This course covers safety, clean room operations, high vacuum systems, lithography, oxidation, deposition, etch, and inspection.

E 33242 HYBRID course 1/16-05/25 (This is a hybrid course taught partially online.)
Lab Wed 6:00pm - 8:50pm


INDT 64 - DIGITAL 2D MANUFACTURING - 2.0 Units

Introduction to manufacturing with two-dimensional digital layout input. Raster and vector drawing formats, and their suitability and applications for manufacturing processes. Design and produce projects using laser cutting and engraving.

E 33243 HYBRID course PHILLIPS 01/16-05/25 (This is a hybrid course taught partially online.)
Lab Mon 6:00pm - 8:50pm

Project Management

Project Management Certificate of Proficiency

BUS 87 - Project Management Certification Exam Preparation
3.00 units
The Project Management Institute (PMI) offers two credentials for project managers who want formal recognition of their project knowledge. In particular, the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification for experienced project managers and the Certified Associate Project Manager (CAPM) credential for entry-level project managers. These are well-recognized credentials for project managers, both those in the job market and those who want to work in a formal business project management environment. Both credentials require that applicants complete a comprehensive description of their experience and pass a certification exam. This course prepares students to complete the test application, study for, and pass, either the PMP or the CAPM examination, both based on the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK). 


BUS 88 - Introduction to Project Management
3.00 units
Project management is the ability to define work efforts in terms of time, budget, and resource needs essential for business planning. Covers the forms, tools, and processes to plan and manage these efforts both efficiently and effectively.


BUS 89 - Project Planning, Scheduling and Control
3.00 units
A successful Project Manager relies on an effective management plan, which provides a baseline for monitoring progress, identifying variances, and taking timely action to mitigate the impact of problems. In this course, you learn how to create such a plan and implement it through to project completion and evaluation. It explores in greater detail the tools and techniques presented in Business 88.


BUS 94 - MS Project Fundamentals
1.00 units
This hands-on course provides an overview of MS Project and its functionality. Conducted in a PC Lab environment, students will get an opportunity to work with the tool while receiving support from an experienced and knowledgeable instructor/coach. Students will have an opportunity to develop a project schedule from scratch, get comfortable with entering information into MS Project, then use the base schedule to understand and manage resource allocations, task assignments, and the project labor budget. MS Project also offers a depth of reporting functionality, and students will learn how to create and modify reports for their project communication needs.

 

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