Lean Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management Option
Connecticut College of Technology Pathways Program
The Lean Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management Option, Technology Studies associate degree program prepares students to work in the 21st century world of Lean Manufacturing and supply chain management. Companies are now employing these techniques to reduce waste, cut costs and compete globally.
Consultation with an academic advisor/technical faculty is strongly recommended.
Students may enroll in this program either full or part-time. Courses are offered both during the day or evenings. For students not yet prepared for the required mathematical courses, MCC offers a wide range of developmental course offerings.
Lean Manufacturing and
|Gen Ed||ENG* 101: English Composition||3|
|Gen Ed||any Mode 6 GEO* or POL* course||
|ECN* 102||Principles of Microeconomics||3|
|MFG* 171||Introduction to Lean Manufacturing||3|
|MAT* 165||Elementary Statistics with Computer Applications||4|
|Gen Ed||CHE* 121: General Chemistry I||4|
|MFG* 271||Advanced Lean Manufacturing||3|
|CAD* 110||Introduction to CAD||3|
|PHL* 111||Ethics or any Mode 3 PHL* course||3|
|Elective||HIS* 101 or any Mode 6 HIS* course||3|
|PHY* 121||General Physics I||4|
|MFG* 172||Introduction to Lean Supply Chain Management||3|
|COM* 173||Public Speaking||3|
|MFG* 111||Manufacturing Materials I||3|
|ENG* 202||Technical Writing||3|
|Gen Ed||Mode 1||3|
|MFG* 112||Manufacturing Materials II||3|
|MFG* 272||Implementation of Lean Supply Chain Management||3|
|Gen Ed||PSY* 247 or
SOC* 101 or
any Mode 6 PSY* or SOC* course
|MFG* 230||Statistical Process Control||3|
|Total Credits Required: 66-67|
Upon successful completion of all Technology Studies options program requirements, graduates will
- Apply appropriate mathematical and scientific principles to engineering and technology applications.
- Demonstrate proficiency in technical fundamentals to analyze and resolve technology problems.
- Apply knowledge and skills to develop, interpret, and select appropriate technological processes.
In addition, the graduate will complete the comprehensive learning outcomes identified with the General Education Core.
Division of Business, Engineering and Technology: 860-512-2620
Source: 2011-2012 Course Catalog
For Additional Information, Contact: 860-512-2623