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TRANSFORM Curriculum

CURRICULUM AT A GLANCE

For more information about the actual class schedule/semester the courses will be offered, contact Professor Marina Bograd at mbograd@massbay.edu

FLYER | TRANSFORM INFO and Curriculum

MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY:

Semester 1
MN 130 Engineering Design with CAD I
MN 131 A Manufacturing Technology Fundamentals
MN 131 B Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing
MN 131 C Statistical Process Control and Quality Assurance
MN 100 Career Readiness and E-Portfolio
CS 101 A Making it Happen with Code
CS 101 B Making it Happen with Artifacts
CS 101 C Making it Happen with Robots
CS 101 D Making it Happen with Data

Semester 2
MN 205 Supply Chain Management
MN 132 A Reverse Engineering, 3D Scanning and 3D Printing
MN 132 B Numerical Control Machining
MN 132 C Sustainability and Lifecycle Management
Program Elective

Semester 3
MN 201 Co-op Dialogue

MANUFACTURING INNOVATION:

Semester 1
MN 130 Engineering Design with CAD I
MN 131 A Manufacturing Technology Fundamentals
MN 131 B Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing
MN 131 C Statistical Process Control and Quality Assurance
MN 100 Career Readiness and E-Portfolio
BU 100 Introduction to Business
Program Elective

Semester 2
MG 210 Entrepreneurship
MN 133 A New Product Development
Program Elective
Program Elective

Semester 3
MN 201 Co-op Dialogue

 

PROGRAM ELECTIVES:

Business Communications
Digital Imaging
E-Commerce
Engineering Computation
Entrepreneurship
Financial Accounting
Fundamentals of Electronics
Introduction to Multimedia
Lean Six Sigma Fundamental
New Product Development
Principles of Management
Principles of Marketing
Principles of Sales
Project Management
Small Business Management
Web Design
Web Page Development


This program is funded in part by an NSF ATE Collaborative Research: TRANSFORM: TRANSFORMing liberal arts careers to meet demand for advanced manufacturing workforce grant #1407160, a $20,000,000 grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment, and Training Administration Grant #TC-26450-14-60-A-25, and STEM Starter Academy (SSA).