ARE YOU READY FOR A JOB IN
COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING (CIM)?
Associate in Applied Science (AAS)
Learn to use computers in machining, manufacturing, robotics, automation and design.
Update, upgrade and formalize your skill set: An AAS degree can be a stepping stone for advancement.
Extensive lab facilities: You’ll work in one of the largest lab set-ups in the region.
Are you a problem solver? The CIM program is geared for you. At STLCC you’ll apply what you’ve learned in order to problem solve. This is the keystone of our program, and an institutional philosophy.
State-of-the-art lab: We invite you to come see our facilities which are the largest, most extensive set of machinery of any school in the state. At STLCC you learn on the equipment used in the industry.
Master the production skills necessary for future career success. Our graduates know how to translate engineering concepts into specific detailed plans, and how to communicate those plans to other people and departments in any manufacturing organization.
Small class size and a focus on hand-on activity.
Two-year program to get you into the job market without delay.
Wide range of electives: This gives you the opportunity to choose the type of manufacturing environment you want to focus on when you graduate.
Faculty: STLCC is a longtime leader in the field of engineering technology, and you’ll learn from seasoned professionals. All of our instructors worked in the industry and bring that experience to the classroom.
Stackable: if you’ve earned a certificate of specialization in these programs, your credits can apply towards your CIM degree:
- Quality Technology
- Maintenance Mechanic
- Precision Machining Technology
- Computer Aided Design (CAD)
- Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM)
- Skilled Trades Industrial Occupations Technology
Convenience: Our schedule allows for full-time day students as well as part-time evening students.
More than one million students have attended STLCC. It’s the largest institute of higher education in the region, and the second largest in Missouri.
To find out if STLCC is right for you, we invite you to visit. You can meet with one of our faculty members, tour the campus, and get answers to questions. Click Here
An estimated 2.7 million U.S. manufacturing employees – or nearly a quarter of the total – are 55 or older and will be retiring the not-too-distant future. Additionally, more technicians will be needed as companies begin “on-shoring” manufacturing operations in the future. As a result, industry analysts predict solid job growth.
- Robotics and Automation Technicians
- CNC Programmers
- Production Technicians
- Quality Technicians
- Equipment Development
- Industrial Maintenance Mechanic
- CAD Technician (Computer-Aided Design)
- Aerospace sub-suppliers
- Manufacturers (Quality, Technical Graphics and other areas)
- Industrial Automation
- Facilities Maintenance
- Production Operations
- Product Design
- Metal Fabrication
- For information on the job outlook, visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics and search specific job titles. Also available: information on median pay, entry-level education, number of jobs and more.
- To learn about the top openings in specific cities across Missouri visit the Missouri Economic Research and Information Center.
- For specific real-time information on wages and job prospects in the STLCC region, visit STLCC Career Coach.
STLCC provides a top quality education at a much more affordable cost than for-profit institutions.
- St. Louis Community College provides a comprehensive financial aid program funded by federal, state and private agencies. READ MORE
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- For more information on expenses incurred as part of Computer Integrated Manufacturing, please contact the program coordinator.
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At STLCC when you earn one of these related Certificates of Specialization (CS), the credits apply toward your Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Computer Integrated Manufacturing.
Computer Integrated Manufacturing (AAS) - 64 Credits
|Program Total: 64 credits|
|I. Career General Education||18 credits|
|ENG:101||College Composition I||3|
|COM:101||Oral Communication I||3|
|MTH:140||Intermediate Algebra or higher
except MTH:165 and MTH:166
|XXX:xxx||Missouri State Elective||3|
|XXX:xxx||Social Science Elective||3|
|XXX:xxx||Life or Physical Science elective||3|
|II. Physical Education Activity||2 credits|
|III. Area of Concentration||28 credits|
|GE:131||Engineering Technology Orientation||1|
|EGR:133||Introduction to AutoCAD I||2|
|GE:101||Technical Computer Applications (or)|
|GE:121||Principles of Engineering||3|
|ME:151||Manufacturing Processes I||3|
|ME:152||Manufacturing Processes II||3|
|ME 249||Materials and Metallurgy||3|
|QC:212||Quality Tools for Advanced Manufacturing||3|
|GE:240||Product Design and Fabrication||4|
|3-D CAD Requirement
Select one of the following:
|EGR:147||Introduction to Engineering Design (or)||3|
|ME:230||Introduction to 3-D Solid Modeling for Design (or)||4|
|EGR:145||Computer Solids Modeling (or)||2|
|EGR:148||Solid Modeling with Unigraphics||2|
Select one of the following:
|ME:140||Introduction to Robotics (or)||3|
|ME:121||Computer Integrated Manufacturing (or)||3|
|GE:151||Introduction to Aerospace Engineering||3|
|IV. Electives||9-11 credits|
|ME:223||Basic Hydraulics I||2|
|ME:110||HVAC Operator I||3|
|ME:211||Programmable Logic Controllers||3|
|ME:241||Numerical Control Programming||3|
|ME:135||Mechanics – Statics||3|
|ME:210||Robotics Subsystems and Components||3|
|ME:223||Basic Hydraulics I||2|
|ME:230||Introduction to 3-D Solid Modeling for Design||4|
|ME:232||Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing||2|
|ME:243||Strength of Materials||3|
|ME:244||Mechanical Design I||3|
|EGR:145||Computer Solids Modeling||2|
|EGR:255||Advanced Computer Aided Drafting||3|
|EGR:148||Solid Modeling with Unigraphics (or)|
|EGR:257||Unigraphics for Part Design (or)|
|EGR:256||Solid Modeling with CATIA||2|
|QC:100||Introduction to Quality Control||3|
|QC:102||Quality Cost Analysis||3|
|QC:206||Statistical Quality Control I||3|
|QC:208||Statistical Quality Control II||3|
|EE:242||Introduction to Microprocessors||3|
|SAF:100||Safety Program Organization and Administration||3|
|SAF:101||Safety and Health Standards, Regulations and Codes||3|
|EGR:140||Computer Aided Drafting and Design I||3|
Please note: Credits earned in STLCC’s Engineering Technology AAS, CS and CP programs generally do not transfer to engineering bachelor degree programs. If your career goal is to be an engineer, please consider STLCC’s Engineering Science AS degree. Credits earned as part of STLCC’s Engineering Science AS degree transfer to universities nationwide, and provide a strong foundation for future study in a variety of engineering disciplines a fraction of the cost of a public university.
We invite you to meet with an STLCC advisor for one-on-one help in planning your pathway to this rewarding career. Click Here
Computer Aided Design – CS
Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) – CS
Maintenance Mechanic – CS
Mechanical Engineering Technology – AAS
Precision Machining Technology – CS
Skilled Trades Industrial Occupations Technology – AAS CP
STLCC’s Engineering Advisory Board brings together top industry professionals. Members serve for two year terms, and STLCC’S faculty works hand-in-hand with this elite group to evaluate and update our curriculum, stay up-to-date on the latest innovations, and promote networking.
Responding to the needs of the local market: STLCC’s Emerson Center for Engineering and Manufacturing was created to develop a skilled workforce for the region’s engineering and manufacturing sector. If your business has workforce needs that are not met by our credit course offerings, please contact us to discuss additional options: EmersonCenter@stlcc.edu
The Computer Integrated Manufacturing program is offered at our Florissant Valley campus. However, for added convenience, students may take general education classes toward this degree at any of our four campuses, our five education centers, and online.
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