Do you often wonder how things are made?
Discover how Industrial Engineering Technologists contribute to the production of manufactured goods by using 3D modeling software to create engineering drawings. Get hands-on exposure to industrial manufacturing processes and watch molten aluminum being poured in the mold you've created. Afterwards, build circuits using electricity and compressed air to perform work. Take a field trip to state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities using automated, million dollar machines to make parts. Finally, learn about the important role of solar energy and build/"test" a simple solar collection device. You've seen it on television, now see manufacturing first hand.
Early Bird Registration Deadline: May 07, 2015; Early Bird Cost: $280
Registration Deadline: June 4, 2015; Registration Cost: $295
Late Registration Deadline: June 11, 2015; Late Registration Cost: $320
Instructor: Michael Beauvais
Location: Hammond Campus