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LCCC Society for Women Engineers

  1. 1. Engineering Technologies,Manufacturing Jobs and You!
  2. 2. Applied ElectronicsThe Applied Electronics Major provides a student with an application-oriented, electronic/electrical background, extensive hands-onlaboratory experience, and the use of standard and specialized testequipment.This Associate Degree Program prepares the graduate to be job-readyin the high-tech workplace at the end of two years, and enter into arewarding career in one of the electronics fields.Electrical and electronic engineering technicians help engineers designand develop computers, communications equipment, medicalmonitoring devices, navigational equipment, and other electrical andelectronic equipmentTopics covered include: DC and AC Electrical Circuits Digital Electronics Microcontrollers (Assembly Language and C programming) Electrical Motors and Controls Electronic Devices and Communication Systems2010 Median Pay: $56,040
  3. 3. Mechanical Design• A technology by which the designer produces drawings and/or models of structures, machines, and products.• In order to be successful in the career of mechanical design you must:  Have some mechanical aptitude (like to fix or work on things)  Like working with computers  Like to draw
  4. 4. Quality courses offered:1. QLTY 111 Quality measurements – Metrology 3 credits2. QLTY 121 Quality assurance techniques (SPC) 2 credits3. QLTY 221 Quality management principles and practices 3 credits1. QLTY 232 Sampling and Inspection control 2 credits2. QLTY 235 Quality audit and corrective action 2 credits3. QLTY 294 Lean six sigma for process improvement 4 credits
  5. 5. Quality Assurance• AASD program (61-62 credits) is designed to provide students with the knowledge, application skills, and competencies required to serve as an entry level quality technician position in manufacturing, business, and service industry. One-year certificate (33-34 credits) and Certification of completion (22-24 credits) are also available as ‘stackable progressive learning steps’ while being employed in the quality field.• Good knowledge of Window-EXCEL applications and strong math knowledge in algebra and geometry are required to pursue the courses with success and effectively participate in the lab projects and learn real world industrial applications.
  6. 6. Welding Technology• A technology by which the welder joins materials to manufacture/build/repair structures, machines, and products.• In order to be successful in the career of welding you must:  Have some mechanical aptitude (like to fix or work on things)  Like working with computers and other types of automation  Not mind getting your hands dirty
  7. 7. LCCC’s Educational Pipeline Bachelor’s and Master’s Associate Degree and K-12 Initiatives Degrees through University Certificate Programs Partnership 110 plus Associate Degree and Certificate Programs Over 40 Bachelor and Master Fall 2011: Alternative Energy, Solar Degree Offerings• Post-Secondary Technology Major •Ashland University Fall 2009: Alternative Energy Enrollment Options Technology, Wind Turbine Major •Bowling Green State University• Early College High Allied Health and Nursing •Cleveland State University School Arts and Humanities •Kent State University Business (including •Ohio University• Project Grad ENTREPRENEURSHIP!) Engineering Technologies •University of Akron• Tech Prep •University of Toledo Health, Physical Education and Recreation •Youngstown State University Science and Math Social Sciences and Human Services 13,800 students (135% increase since 2000) 3,000 studentsImpacting 17,000 students plus another 11,000 through Continuing Education Offerings