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BUSN 103 - Career Pathways: M2M

2 Credits
Course prepares returning military for transition into manufacturing and related logistics positions. Includes career research, job preparation skills and specific manufacturing related job skills.


Quarters Typically Offered

Designed to Serve Active duty military, Recent Returning vets, Any veteran from previous enlistment, Reservist, National Guard
Grading System Credit/Non-Credit
Continuous Enrollment Yes
Class Limit 38
Shared Learning Environment Yes
Contact Hours: Lecture 22 Lab 0 Worksite 0 Clinical 0 Other 0
Total Contact Hours 22
Invasive Procedure Used Yes

Degree Distributions:
ProfTech Course Yes
Restricted Elective Yes
Course Outline
Role of Manufacturing Changing concepts: Lean; Advanced; Sustainability The Manufacturing Process Career options Peripheral sectors: Maintenance/Facilities; Inventory; Shipping/Receiving; Procurement/Supply Chain; Logistics Methodologies: ISO; Six Sigma; 5S Terminology Manufacturing Tools and Safety Equipment Workplace Readiness: Personal qualities; Resume building; interview skills

Student Learning Outcomes
Explain the role of Manufacturing and related Supply Chain in the United States economy; Explain how manufacturing has changed to include Advanced Manufacturing; Lean Manufacturing; Sustainability practices

Define Manufacturing and explain the difference between the manufacturing processes: Raw Material Processing, Design, Machining, Fabrication & Quality Control

Research and identify the career opportunities within each manufacturing process

Identify and explain the peripheral sectors to the manufacturing process, including career options: Maintenance/Facilities; Inventory; Shipping/Receiving; Procurement & Supply Chain; Logistics Functions

Explain manufacturing methodologies such as ISO, Six Sigma, & 5S and Use manufacturing and logistics terminology in a workplace. Explain regulatory issues in the manufacturing & logistics workplace: OSHA, WISHA context.

Explain why Math is important in the manufacturing and logistics sectors and Solve relevant workplace problems using basic math concepts.

Demonstrate ability to use manufacturing tools such as protractors and Calipers as well as appropriate safety equipment

Demonstrate workplace readiness skills to be used in interviewing and on the job success.

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