Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC)

Community College of Allegheny County

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Integrated Systems Engineering Technology

NORTH, SOUTH 
Associate of Science (720)

The Integrated Systems Engineering Technology program will provide skills and knowledge in the areas of advanced manufacturing that include hydraulics, pneumatics, mechanical systems, electrical systems and programmable logic control systems. Students will learn the basis of these system's operation, troubleshooting and repair. The curriculum is based on a national set of skill standards developed through industry and college cooperation. Typical job titles are industrial machinery mechanic, field service technician, engineering assistant, or quality technician.

Upon successful completion of the program, the graduate will:

  1. Demonstrate knowledge of industry standards for safety and compliance.
  2. Troubleshoot equipment and processes within an industrial setting to affect repair.
  3. Diagnose, repair and maintain equipment and processes common to industry.
  4. Demonstrate the use of quality standards necessary for maintaining and repairing equipment.
  5. Professionally communicate maintenance issues in both written and oral formats.

See the Checksheet for this program in printable PDF form.

Degree Requirements

Minimum Credits to Graduate: 64

First Semester

Course #           

Course Name

Credits

EET-103

Introduction to Electronics

3

EGR-100

Engineering Seminar

1

ENG-101

English Composition 1

3

MAT-114

Mathematics for the Technologies 1

4

SET-105

Technical Computing

3

 

Total Credits

 14

Second Semester

EET-179  

Electrical Power Distribution

 3

ENG-103

Technical Communications 

 3

MAT-116

Mathematics for Technologies 2

 4

MET-112 

Engineering Materials  

4

RBT-235  

Programmable Logic Controllers

4

 

Total Credits

18

Third Semester

MET-170

Fluid Power Systems

4

PHY-113

Technical Physics 1

3

RBT-225

Robotics Control Systems

4

RBT-238

Advanced Programmable Logic Controls

3

SPH-101

Oral Communication

3

 

Total Credits 

17

Fourth Semester

EET-245

Electric Motor Control

3

HIS-151

History of Labor

3

MET-181

Mechanical Systems 

3

MET-212

Manufacturing Processes

3

PHY-114

Technical Physics 2

3

 

Total Credits

15

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