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Manufacturing Design I (MFG-119)
This course is a study of the basic functionality and use of Parametric Technology Corporations Pro/ENGINEER 3D solid modeling software. Emphasis will be placed on the technology as well as the terminology in relation to this advanced tool. Lecture and lab will be used to teach not only how to use specific features of the software but also how to use it in design.

3 credits

Manufacturing Design II (MFG-219)

This course is a study of the intermediate to advanced functionality of Parametric Technology Corporations Pro/ENGINEER 3D solid modeling software. Emphasis will be placed on the technology as well as the various design techniques in relation to this advanced tool. Lecture and lab will be used to teach not only how to use specific features of the software but also how to use it in design.

3 credits
Prerequisite(s): MFG-119

Manufacturing Design III (MFG-220)

This course is a study of the design and analysis techniques using Parametric Technology Corporation Pro/ENGINEER 3D solid modeling software and Pro/MECHANICA. Emphasis will be placed on the technology as well as the techniques available in relation to this advanced tool. Lecture and lab will be used to teach how to use specific features of the software in relation to product design.

3 credits
Prerequisite(s): MFG-219

Manufacturing Design IV (MFG-221)

This course is a study of the basic functionality and use of the manufacturing module of Parametric Technology Corporations Pro/ENGINEER 3D solid modeling software. Emphasis will be placed on the technology as well as the terminology in relation to this advanced tool to manufacture products. Lecture and lab will be used to teach not only how to use specific features of the software but also how to use it in design.

3 credits
Prerequisite(s): MFG-220