• Computer Controlled Machinery (AMT 102)
    During this semester course students will learn the fundamentals of control mechanisms, sensors, programming, installation, safety and maintenance, and other computer-controlled systems. Students will progress from completing structured activities to solving open-ended projects and problems that require them to develop planning, documentation, communication, and other professional skills. Through both individual and collaborative team activities, projects, and problems, students will problem solve as they practice common design and development protocols, including project management and peer review. Students will develop skill in engineering calculations, technical representation, documentation of design solutions according to accepted technical standards, and use of current micro-controller (Arduino) programming to represent and communicate solutions.