Associate of Science in Manufacturing Technology
Designed for those interested in the hands-on side of the manufacturing field, the online Associate of science in manufacturing technology program at Trine University emphasizes design for manufacturability and practical skills to create a work-ready technologist. The ASMT degree is an excellent fit for students who have an interest or experience in manufacturing/production, an assembly operation or have acquired knowledge of basic CAD programs or other manufacturing specialties such as CNC machining or robotics.
Coursework in the manufacturing technology program prepares students to be productive members of the manufacturing team. The ASMT degree places an emphasis on manufacturing processing, quality assurance, and overall manufacturing operations, to provide immediate skills that employees need upon entering the workforce.
Graduates with an Associate of science in manufacturing technology degree will be able to provide technical assistance throughout the manufacturing and design process. They will also be prepared to pursue a Bachelor of science in manufacturing technology or other related degree programs in the future.
An Associate of science in manufacturing technology degree requires 60 credit hours.
General Education - 22 credit hours
MA 113 College Algebra
PH 154 College Physics I
ECO 213 Microeconomics
Humanities elective - 3 credit hours
ENG 103 English Composition I
ENG 133 English Composition II
MA 123 Trigonometry
Program Requirements - 14 credit hours
BA 201 Professional Development and Strategies
UE 111 Adult Learning Orientation
MA 253 Statistics
Electives - 9 credit hours
Additional Requirements - 24 credit hours
ETD 103 Basic Technical Drawing
ETD 113 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing
ETD 163 Environmental Health and Safety
ETD 173 Computer Aided 3-D Modeling with SolidWorks
ETD 273 Electrical Fundamentals
MT 113 Manufacturing Processes and Materials
MT 253 Basic Dimensional Metrology
ME 403 Quality Assurance for Manufacturing Technology
For a complete description of the above requirements, please go to the Course Catalog (opens in new window).