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IT 299 - Manufacturing Technology Internship


Credit Hours: 3

The internship is designed to provide realistic hands-on training in manufacturing technology with emphasis on materials and materials processing, computer integrated manufacturing, or industrial technology. This work experience, along with the academic program, will enable the student to prepare for entrance into a competitive work environment. Additionally, the internship experience will create potential employment opportunities and a bond between the student, the college and the manufacturing community.

Course Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:

  • apply fundamental machining skills;
  • use time management skills effectively;
  • manage stress associated with a competitive;
  • utilize human relation skills;
  • utilize constructive criticism to improve workplace performance;
  • assess job performance and personal habits as they relate to the workplace;
  • conduct appropriate social relationships as they apply to the workplace; and
  • complete an oral presentation on the participating company and the skills needed to perform work duties up to expectations in the trade.


Prerequisites: 2.0 GPA minimum, completion of 12 credit hours and faculty recommendation.
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