Multi-Skilled Manufacturing Maintenance (Mechatronic Manufacturing Maintenance)
Covers how to develop skills in areas such as industrial electrical, mechanical, robot maintenance, welding, and hydraulics. Course work and laboratory experiences will be provided that support skills in the area of self-directed work teams.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the mathematical functions specific to their trade.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the occupational health and safety requirements relative to the workplace in general and specific to their trades.
- Demonstrate an understanding of basic industrial computer applications in the general workplace and specific to their trades.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the application of graphic design relative to the general workplace and specific to their trades.
- Demonstrate an understanding of job skills specific to their trades.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the following essential knowledge and skills: troubleshooting, measurement, communication, use of hand tools, use of personal protection equipment, graphic interpretation, and problem solving.
- High school diploma or GED
- ASSET Reading score 48 or better OR COMPASS Reading score of 51 to 83 and a Writing score between 78 to 99 by the end of the first semester
- ASSET or COMPASS Writing test score sufficient for placement in ENG 131 by the beginning of the second semester These requirements may also be fulfilled by successful completion of developmental English courses
- Successful completion of TAMA 110 or MATH 101 with a C grade or better
All students receiving an Associate Degree are required to meet Degree-Specific Requirements AND General Education Requirements. Courses listed in the Required Core and/or Required Support Courses may also be used to fulfill Degree-Specific and General Education Requirements. Developmental courses (those numbered below 100) cannot be used to fulfill these requirements.
Attention: It is the student's responsibility to review the entire program form before making course selections for registration purposes. The College recommends that students meet with an advisor or counselor well in advance of registration deadlines and before making course selections.
The following courses are required in this program and satisfy HFC’s General Education Outcomes for this program. Students who change their program will need to confirm in advance that they are completing all required courses for their specific program of study, including additional General Education courses. All Associate in Applied Science degrees require at least 15 credits total including at least three credit hours, unless otherwise noted, from each of the five areas below. For this program:
Civil Society & Culture: Complete at least one of the following:
- EDU-260: History and Civics in Elementary Schools
- GEOG-132: World Regional Geography
- HIST-151: American History I
- HIST-152: American History II
- POLS-101: American Government: Democratic Participation and Civic Engagement
- POLS-131: Introduction to American Government and Political Science
- POLS-152: International Relations
- POLS-200: Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies
- SOC-131: Introduction to Sociology
- SOC-152: Women, Men, and Society
- SOC-251: Ethnic and Racial Diversity in Society
Communication: Complete at least one of the following:
Computer Technology: Complete at least one of the following:
Critical Thinking & Information Literacy: Complete at least one of the following:
Quantitative Literacy: Complete at least one of the following:
- AUTO-135: Mathematics for the Technician
- BMA-110: Business Math
- CHEM-131: Principles of Chemistry
- ENGR-232: Statics
- MATH-100: Basic Technical Mathematics
- MATH-101: Mathematics for Health Careers
- MATH-103: Technical Mathematics
- MATH-104: Mathematics for Food Service Careers
- MATH-109: Introduction to Algebra Part II
- MATH-110: Intermediate Algebra
- MATH-112: Trigonometry
- MATH-115: College Algebra
- MATH-121: Mathematics for Elementary Teachers I
- MATH-131: Mathematics for the Modern World
- MATH-141: Introduction to Statistics
- MATH-150: Finite Mathematics
- MATH-153: Calculus for Business, Life Science, and Social Sciences
- MATH-175: Precalculus
- MATH-180: Calculus I
- MATH-183: Calculus II
- MATH-221: Mathematics for Elementary Teachers II
- MATH-225: Mathematics for Elementary Teachers III
- MATH-280: Calculus III
- MATH-283: Linear Algebra
- MATH-289: Differential Equations
- TAMA-120: Industrial Applications of Basic Mathematical Principles
NOTE: For this program, General Education minimum credits: 15
Fulfill the Required Core, Required Support, and/or Elective Courses for this program.
Required Core Courses
Required Support Courses
For additional information contact Trade and Apprentice Education office at 313/845-9606 or 313/845-9670.