Advanced Manufacturing Technology -- Prototyping Reverse Engineering
The Manufacturing Technology - Prototype/Reverse Engineering program builds on the skills developed in the Computer Controlled Precision Machining Diploma and is designed to provide the student with additional machining skills and training in the technologies of rapid prototyping and the reverse engineering of conceptualized parts and/or tooling. Upon completion of this program, students will be competent in manufacturing a functional mechanism, model and a proper material part from a rough sketch, physical rough prototype or a CAD developed prototype.
Advanced Manufacturing Technology -- Prototyping Reverse Engineering Certificate (16 credits)
MFGT 2200 Inspection Methods for Manufacturing (3)
MFGT 2202 Advanced Computer Aided Design (CAD) (2)
MFGT 2208 Advanced Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) (2)
MFGT 2210 Reverse Engineering (5)
MFGT 2212 Prototyping (4)
For more specific information about this program's required courses, visit the Course Outlines page.
Cost of Program
To determine the cost of this program, visit the Tuition and Fees page.
Students must have completed the Computer Controlled Precision Machining Diploma or have instructor-validated industry experience prior to enrolling in the Manufacturing Technology - Prototype/Reverse Engineering Certificate program.