Metrology and Quality Control for Precision Manufacturing Certificate

STEM & Advanced Manufacturing
The STEM & Advanced Manufacturing field encompasses computer science and information technology, engineering technologies, life sciences and more. These programs prepare students for the modern day high-tech environment, and offer a combination of design, production, technology, mathematics and problem-solving skills.

Metrology and Quality Control for Precision Manufacturing

Metrology is the science of measurement. It is used in the design and production of almost everything we use on a day-to-day basis. This certificate will enable the student to seek employment as an inspector of manufactured parts with the successful completion of two semesters of course and lab work. The program has a mix of machining courses, CADD courses, manufacturing courses, as well as a new course that concentrates on the specifics of inspection and metrology. Students will be able to utilize state-of-the-art manufacturing machinery, including CNC-programmed lathes and milling machines, as well as the latest in coordinate measuring machines (CMM).

Metrology workers are employed in a variety of industries and have different job duties. Metrology workers can go by a number of different titles, e.g., Calibration Engineers, Calibration Technicians, Instrument Engineers, Instrument Technicians, Engineering Technician, Metrologists, Metrology Engineers, Metrology Specialists and Quality Engineers.


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MTTN101N Manufacturing Process 3 0 3
MTTN111N Machine Tool Theory I 3 9 7
MATH105N Technical Mathematics 4 0 4
CADN131N Technical Drawing 2 3 3
MTTN105N Technical Communications 4 0 4
MTTN201N Lean & Green Manufacturing 3 0 3
MTTN210N Metrology and Quality Control* 2 3 3
Total Credits 27

* Metrology and Quality Control is a new course. The prerequisites are MTTN101N and MTTN111N.