Advanced Manufacturing and Design Technician

Certificate of Proficiency
Advisor: Dorian R. Nelson

This certificate will focus on skill-based training for those interested in learning how to design, fabricate, and manufacture a variety of products. This short-term training process will focus on manufacturing engineering technologies. The intent of this certificate is to take students from design knowledge to an emphasis on the development and fabrication of products. Core to this certification will be the development of individual skills so students can use fabrication equipment and automated machines to produce first run products.

Curriculum Requirements
AMT 101
Fundamentals of Machining
2 credits
AMT 102
Materials for Industry
3 credits
AMT 104
Machining and Fabrication
3 credits
AMT 110
Introduction to Fab Lab Technology
2 credits
AMT 111
Fab Lab Workshop I
1 to 3 credits
AMT 220
Advanced Manufacturing Methods OR
DRF 271
Advanced AutoCAD OR
WLD 211
Pipe Welding OR
WLD 260
Flux Cored Arc and Gas Metal Arc Welding OR
WLD 270
Technical Welding
3 to 4 credits
BUS 111
Business Mathematical Calculations OR
MAT 100
Applied Mathematics OR
ENG 101
Written Communications I or higher
3 to 5 credits
DRF 150
Dimensioning and Tolerancing
2 credits
DRF 154
Introduction to AutoCAD
2 to 3 credits
DRF 220
Parametric Solid Modeling
3 credits
TEC 112
Basic Hydraulics and Pneumatics
2 credits
TEC 133
Safety Practices for Industry
1 credit
WLD 101
Welding OR
WLD 108
Welding and Metal Fabrication
3 credits


Total Certificate Requirements - 30 to 36 credits

In order to obtain this certificate you must:

• Complete each required course above with a grade of “C” or better.
• File a petition for certificate through your Gila Hank Online account.
• Remove any indebtedness to the College.
• Complete at least 15 certificate credits at Eastern Arizona College.