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MFET 5400G - Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM)

Credits: (5)
Description: CIM is a course that applies principles of prototyping, robotics, and automation. It builds on the solid modeling skills developed in Introduction to Engineering Design. Students use computer-controlled equipment to solve problems by constructing models of their three-dimensional designs. Students are also introduced to the fundamentals of robotics and to how this equipment is used in an automated environment. Students evaluate their design solutions using various techniques and modifications before they produce the prototype. The course meets for a total of 75 hours over a two-week period and focuses on the content as well as teaching methods appropriate for the course. This course is designed specifically and only for current high school teachers who have been assigned by their schools and districts to teach the Project Lead the Way courses in their respective schools. These courses carry graduate credit for those teachers who would use them as part of a master’s degree program or for recertification.



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