Class Schedule

Fall 2016 Trimester

ETDE 1243 - DC Electronics & Metrology

Students learn to apply DC principles and analysis to solve parameters of electronic circuits and related systems. Measurements are made with volt meters, amp meters, and ohm meters. Students are introduced to the science of measurements; to help master metrology learners complete a course project related to measurements. Students learn to draw and interpret electrical & electronic symbols, diagrams, and schematics in accordance with industry standards. Through application, analysis, and presentations each learner demonstrates mastery of basic electrical/electronic principles and technical reporting. 

Meets Times Classes Start Classes End
Mondays 5:15pm - 9:30pm September 12, 2016 December 12, 2016

 

ETDE 2213 - Process Control

This is a follow up course to Intro to Instrumentation and deals with devices commonly used in process measurement and control systems. Topics include electrical and mechanical transducers/transmitters used in the measurement and control of the following process variables: termperature, pressure, flow, level and position. Upon successful completion, the student should be able to design, install, maintain and calibrate process measurement and control systems. Students will also gain more in-depth training in how the instruments interface with the process control system, controller tuning and the two most common process control systems, the PLC and the DCS.

Meets Times Classes Start Classes End
Mondays 5:15pm - 9:30pm September 12, 2016 December 12, 2016

 

ETDM 1353 - CNC Machine Operation

The student learns general shop safety and operation, basic machine operations. MDI, DNC, and other data input methods utilized in the set-up and operations of CNC machine tools to produce industry related parts to specified tolerance and quality, including milling and turning center. 

Meets Times Classes Start Classes End
Mondays 5:15pm - 9:30pm September 12, 2016 December 12, 2016

 

ETDE 2273 - Electronic Control Devices

An introduction to a wide range of electronic devices and industrial automatic controls. Emphasis is placed on motor speed/position controls and programmable devices. Topics include specialized switches, sensors, stepper motors, stepper motor controllers, variable 110 frequency drives, and control systems common to the industrial environment. Upon completion, the learner is able to install, troubleshoot, and program variable frequency drives and stepper control systems. Students also analyze how variable speed drives save energy and maintenance costs in industrial supplications.

Meets Times Classes Start Classes End
Tuesdays 5:15pm - 9:30pm September 13, 2016 December 13, 2016

 

ETDE 2223 - Electrical Power Distribution

Students study the physical properties of electromagnetic and electromechanical energy conversion devices and their application to conventional rotating machines. Electrical energy generation, transmission and distribution and relay technology are also covered. 

Meets Times Classes Start Classes End
Tuesdays 5:15pm - 9:30pm September 13, 2016 December 13, 2016

 

ETDM 2423 - Quality Systems & Practices

Students learn to use various quality processes to improve the manufacturing of industry products. Statistical process control (SPC), total quality management (TQM), and the various steps involved in earning ISO certifications are taught as projects with an emphasis on how quality effects customer service and customer relations. A variety of testing equipment is used to verify the quality of manufactured items. 

Meets Times Classes Start Classes End
Tuesdays 9:00am - 12:15pm September 13, 2016 December 13, 2016

 

ETDM 1153 - Introduction to Manufacturing

Students learn general shop safety and practices, applications of precision measuring and layout, and operation of basic industry machine tools including conventional lathes and mills. Students also learn basic manufacturing processes as they relate to industry standards.

Meets Times Classes Start Classes End
Wednesdays 5:15pm - 9:30pm September 7, 2016 December 14, 2016

 

ETDE 2123 - PLC Applications

This is an advanced course in programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and their applications in industrial environments. Topics include advanced programming, networking, specialty I/O modules, reading and interpreting error codes, and troubleshooting. Upon successful completion, the student should be able to program and troubleshoot PLC systems and related control devices.

Meets Times Classes Start Classes End
Wednesdays 5:15pm - 9:30pm September 7, 2016 December 14, 2016

 

ETDE 1343 - Electrical Motor Controls

Introduces the fundamental concepts of electrical motors and associated electrical controls. Topics include: ladder diagrams, schematic diagrams, contactors, motor starters, control relays, timing relays, pilot control devices, AC/DC motors and related control devices. Upon completion, students should be able to properly select, install and troubleshoot motors and associated control systems. 

Meets Times Classes Start Classes End
Thursdays 5:15pm - 9:30pm September 8, 2016 December 15, 2016

 

ETDM 1413 - Conventional Manufacturing Processes & Tooling

Introduces the fundamental concepts of electrical motors and associated electrical controls. Topics include: ladder diagrams, schematic diagrams, contactors, motor starters, control relays, timing relays, pilot control devices, AC/DC motors and related control devices. Upon completion, students should be able to properly select, install and troubleshoot motors and associated control systems. 

Meets Times Classes Start Classes End
Thursdays 1:00pm - 4:15pm September 8, 2016 December 15, 2016

 

ETDG 2423 - Solidworks

Students use SolidWorks, mechanical design automation software to create parametric, solid models of parts and assemblies, taking into consideration design intent and file naming conventions. Mechanical assemblies and detail drawings are derived from individual solid parts. Solid model part files are converted to an appropriate format for use in manufacturing processes. 

Meets Times Classes Start Classes End
Thursdays 5:15pm - 9:30pm September 8, 2016 December 15, 2016

 

ETDE 2343 - Motor Controls II

This course is a continuation of ETDE 1343 “Electrical Motor Controls”.  The course will focus on advanced electrical controls, devices and related control circuitry. Advanced timing functions and circuits, pilot control and sequencing, as well as variable frequency control will all be covered in this course. This course is self-paced and does not meet at a scheduled time. It consists of projects to be completed throughout the semester. Prerequisite: Intro to Motor Controls

Meets Times Classes Start Classes End
TBA TBA September 7, 2016 December 15, 2016

 

GTGE 1111 - Cornerstone

College Cornerstone serves as the foundation for students to build upon during their time at OSUIT and is delivered through one’s home department. Students must document, defend, or demonstrate the ability to perform tasks required to meet the objectives of each unit including e-mail proficiency, library research, resource tools, learning styles and study strategies, career exploration, and time and money management. 

Meets Times Classes Start Classes End
TBA TBA September 7, 2016 December 15, 2016

 

Certified Production Technician Program

Certified Production Technician (CPT) addresses the core technical competencies of higher skilled production workers in all sectors of manufacturing: Safety, Quality & Continuous Improvement, Manufacturing Processes & Production, and Maintenance Awareness. Find more information here.

Meets Times Classes Start Classes End
Monday/ Wednesday/Friday 8:00am - 9:30am August 22, 2016 December 15, 2016

 This schedule serves as a guide. Students may work at their own pace and may finish the program before the provided end date.

 

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