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Modesto Junior College

Manufacturing Technology (Interdisciplinary)

Questions? Email our Student Success Team  at  mjc_techedps@mjc.edu or call for an appointment: 209.575.6332

A Zarate Alida Garcia Counselor Natalie Hassell
Araceli Zarate
SSSP Specialist
Alida Garcia
Counselor
Natalie Hassell
Counselor

The Industrial Welding Program supports and maintains a training platform that focuses on the most common welding and sheet metal processes, certifications, and supporting technologies used in industry. The curriculum for the program is concentrated primarily on the Shielded Metal Arc, Gas Tungsten Arc, Gas Metal Arc, Flux Core Arc Welding, Oxy-Acetylene Welding, Oxy-Acetylene and Plasma Cutting. The program’s courses expose students to both hands-on, laboratory and lecture learning objectives.

 
AGM 262 [1, 2] Hydraulics/Pneumatics / 3 Units

Principles and practices of hydraulics/pneumatics as used in industry. Study of the different applications and management of hydraulics/pneumatics systems for efficient and cost effective use. Field trips might be required. Not repeatable. (A-F or P/NP) Transfer: (CSU)

ELTEC 208 [1] Fundamentals of Electricity and Electronics / 3 Units

Formerly listed as: ELTEC - 208: The World of Electricity and Electronics.  Recommended for Success: Before enrolling in this course, students are strongly advised to satisfactorily complete MATH 20.  An overview of electrical and electronic phenomena as applied to common consumer and industrial devices. The course examines the physical nature and laws of electricity and magnetism and the application of the scientific method. DC and AC circuits and their characteristics are examined, predicted, and measured. Electronic test equipment and voltage sources are utilized in the construction, troubleshooting and testing of electrical and electronic circuits. The historical development and the socioeconomic aspects of the "electronic age" are also examined. **This course is approved by the State of California for the Department of Apprenticeship Standards (DAS) Electricians Training Program.  Materials fee required. Field trips are not required. Not repeatable. (A-F or P/NP) Transfer: (CSU) General Education: (MJC-GE:A)

ELTEC 229 [2, 3] Commercial & Industrial Wiring / 3.5 Units

Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of ELTEC 208.

Essential insights and practices in Commercial and Industrial Wiring that develop skills for the electrical trade. Topics include the application of basic concepts in the design of electrical systems in compliance of the NEC as it is applied in California, implementation of accepted trade practices used in installations, and common troubleshooting techniques.  [Course meets DAS Electrician Trainee and Journey Level Re-certification CA State Requirements]. Field trips might be required. Not repeatable. (A-F Only) Transfer: (CSU)

ELTEC 265 [1, 2] Troubleshooting Techniques / 1 Unit

Troubleshooting methods and techniques are presented and practiced. Covers issues and problems related to industrial equipment, processes, facilities, and everyday life.  Single and Multiple-solution problem-solving techniques, brainstorming, and "out of the box" thinking methods presented and practiced. This course is approved by the State of California for the DAS Electricians Training program. Field trips are not required. Not repeatable. (A-F or P/NP) Transfer: (CSU)

MACH 200DE [1] Introduction to Manual Machining / 4-5 Units

Formerly listed as: MACH 211DE: Machine Tool Technology 1.  Recommended for Success: Before enrolling in this course, students are strongly advised to satisfactorily complete MATH 19 or satisfactorily complete MATH 20 or qualification by the MJC assessment process.

This class is an introduction to Machine Tool Technology and Manual Machining. This course examines the theory and function of manual lathes, mills, drilling machines, and saws. The application of utilizing basic measuring tools and blueprints will also be demonstrated in the lab projects. Materials fee required. Field trips might be required.  Not repeatable. (A-F or P/NP) Transfer: (CSU)

 
MACH 201CD [2] Manual Machining 2 / 3-4 Units

Formerly listed as: MACH 212DE: Machine Tool Technology 2.  Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of MACH 200DE.

This class is the second of three classes that focus on Manual Machining. The principles and fundamental use of precision grinders and advanced applications of the engine lathe and vertical milling machine are a primary focus. Advanced levels of measuring systems, the study of basic metallurgy, and the techniques of heat treating to enhance the properties of metallic parts are addressed. Materials fee required. Field trips might be required. Not repeatable. (A-F or P/NP) Transfer: (CSU)

WELD 200 [1] Arc & Gas Welding / 3 Units

Introduction level course with a lecture/lab format of instruction. Activities and topics include oxyacetylene welding/cutting and shielded metal arc welding processes.  Materials fee required. Field trips might be required. Not repeatable. (A-F or P/NP) Transfer: (CSU) (CC WT 121)

WELD 204 [2] Gas Metal Arc Welding(G.M.A.W) & Flux Core Arc Welding (F.C.A.W) / 3 Units

Formerly listed as: WELD 204 - Gas Metal Arc (MIG) Flux Core Arc (FCAW).  Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of WELD 200.

Advanced occupational welding procedures for ferrous and non-ferrous metals, manual and automated oxyfuel cutting, carbon arc gouging. Includes the introduction of qualification testing procedures that meet the American Welding Society’s structural steel code (D-1) certification. Materials fee required. Field trips might be required. Not repeatable. (A-F or P/NP) Transfer: (CSU) (CC WT 122)

WELD 206 [2] Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (G.T.A.W.) / 3 Units

Formerly listed as: WELD 206 - Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (TIG).  Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of WELD 200.

Advanced occupational course covering welding procedures for ferrous and nonferrous sheet-metals and purge welding procedures for stainless steel tubing. Materials fee required. Field trips might be required. Not repeatable. (A-F or P/NP) Transfer: (CSU) (CC WT 123)

 
Adrian DeAngelis
Professor Adrian DeAngelis
(209) 575-6088
deangelisa@mjc.edu
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COURSES: ELTEC 208, ELTEC 225, ELTEC 226, ELTEC 229, ELTEC 230, ELTEC 320

 

 Randy Thoe

Professor Randy Thoe
(209) 575-6338
thoer@mjc.edu
COURSES: MACH 211, MACH 212, MACH 222, MACH 301, 218, 219

Eric Turner

Professor Eric Turner

(209) 575-6336
turnere@mjc.edu
COURSES:  WELD 200, 204, 206

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