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  Nov 21, 2017
 
2017-2018 General Catalog

Industrial Manufacturing/Emerging Technologies Advanced Certificate -Major Code 6992C, CIP 470104


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Offered at the Levelland Campus, the SPC Reese Center and the Plainview Extension Center

The Advanced Industrial Manufacturing/Emerging Technologies Certificate is designed as a continuation of the Manufacturing Technology curriculum, which prepares graduates with increased knowledge and skills targeting higher productivity within the manufacturing profession. Students choose from one of Specialty Career Tracks, which include semiconductor/electronics specialization, machinist specialization, network communications specialization, mechatronics specialization and petroleum/alternative energy specialization. Completion of the Industrial Manufacturing/Emerging Technologies Certificate of Proficiency is a prerequisite to enrollment in the Advanced Certificate program.

To qualify for the Certificate of Proficiency, the student must complete a Capstone Experience which includes passing a comprehensive written exam during final semester of the program. This is a TSI-waived certificate. Students who declare this major are not subject to TSI regulations unless they enroll in a course outside the prescribed curriculum.

Program advisor at the Levelland Campus and SPC Reese Center is Raymund Elizondo, professor of industrial manufacturing/emerging technologies. Program advisor at the Lubbock Center is Rodney Busby, Instructor in Industrial Manufacturing /Emerging Technologies. Program advisor at the Plainview Campus is Salvador Molinar, Instructor of industrial manufacturing/emerging technologies.

Certificate of Proficiency

First Semester


Total Semester Hours: 12


Total Semester Hours: 12


Notes


*CTE related courses that may be articulated with high schools.
**Consult program advisor for proper choice of specialty electives.
***Social/Behavioral Science is recommended for students planning to pursue an A.A.S. degree.

Approved Specialty Electives


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