Design for Manufacturing

Advanced Integrated Manufacturing (AIM)
Course Designator
Academic Dean
Dean of Workforce & Career Education
Last Offered
Official Course Description

This course is designed to expand on the introductory AIM courses and expose the student to basic design concepts, blueprint reading & schematics and drawing skills used in product and process design within the field of manufacturing. Additionally, the course is designed to expose students to a number of interpersonal skills and competencies necessary for a sustained career in manufacturing. This course is designed for a flipped classroom environment. Utilizing online delivery of course content with one campus meetings for discussion, project/lab demonstration and hands on activities. This course will be part of a program that uses ADS (Alternative Delivery System). Prerequisite: AIM.100

Upcoming Offerings

Below is a list of the planned AIM.130 course section for this semester and near future. The seat availability shown below is not updated in real time and may be out of date. Please keep in mind that course sections may be cancelled, changed, or otherwise altered before the course section start date.

2019 Winter (January-May)1 course section

Section NameSynonymLocationMeeting InfoInstructorSeats AvailableAcademic CreditsBilling CreditsAdditional Info
Section Name
Harrison Campus
Meeting Info
March 2May 4
Harrison Technical Education Center
Classroom 130
Richard Greenleaf, Jess King
Seats Available
17 of 20
Academic Credits
Billing Credits
Additional Info
Open lab time please contact the instructor for further details.
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