Industrial Supervision Engineering Technology, Associate in Applied Science

College(s):

Richard J. Daley

Program Code: 0455

Program Requirements

General Education Requirements 1
MATH 140College Algebra4
ENGLISH 101Composition3
Social and Behavioral Sciences3
Fine Arts/Humanities3
Physical Sciences/Life Sciences3
Required Program Core
340MFGT 105Introduction to Advanced Manufacturing I3
340MFGT 106Introduction to Advanced Manufacturing II3
340MFGT 107Introduction to Advanced Manufacturing III3
340MFGT 108Robotics I3
340MFGT 109Introduction to Manual Machining3
340MFGT 110CNC I Operations3
340MFGT 153Welding I GMAW3
or 340MFGT 195 Manual Machining II
340MFGT 171Automated Metrology-Quality Assurance3
340MFGT 188Industrial Electricity I3
340MFGT 272QUALITY SYSTEMS II3
340MFGT 287Maintenance Technologies I3
BUSINES 111Introduction To Business3
BUSINES 269Principles Of Management3
BUSINES 271Human Resources Management3
Electives
Choose one additional course from 340MFGT 23
Total Hours61
1

At least one course must meet the Human Diversity (HD) requirement.

2

340MFGT Manufacturing courses can be found here

Pathway

This is an example course sequence for students interested in pursuing Industrial Supervision Engineering Technology. This does not represent a contract, nor does it guarantee course availability. If this pathway is followed as outlined, you will earn Basic Certificates (BC) in Manufacturing Technology and CNC Technology, and an Advanced Certificate (AC) and Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Industrial Supervision Engineering Technology. 

Semester-by-Semester Program Plan for Full-Time Students

All plans can be modified to fit the needs of part-time students by adding more semesters.

Plan of Study Grid
Semester 1Hours
340MFGT 105 Introduction to Advanced Manufacturing I 3
340MFGT 106 Introduction to Advanced Manufacturing II 3
340MFGT 107 Introduction to Advanced Manufacturing III 3
340MFGT 108 Robotics I 3
BUSINES 111 Introduction To Business 3
 Hours15
Semester 2
340MFGT 109 Introduction to Manual Machining 3
340MFGT 110 CNC I Operations 3
340MFGT 153
Welding I GMAW
or Manual Machining II
3
BUSINES 269 Principles Of Management 3
ENGLISH 101 Composition 1 3
 Hours15
Semester 3
340MFGT 171 Automated Metrology-Quality Assurance 3
340MFGT 188 Industrial Electricity I 3
BUSINES 271 Human Resources Management 3
MATH 140 College Algebra 1 4
Social and Behavioral Sciences course (HD) 1 3
 Hours16
Semester 4
340MFGT 172 Quality Systems I 3
340MFGT 287 Maintenance Technologies I 3
340MFGT Manufacturing Elective 3
Fine Arts/Humanities course (HD) 1 3
Physical Sciences/Life Sciences course 1 3
 Hours15
 Total Hours61
1

General Education course

Choose your courses with your College Advisor.

Careers

This program can prepare students for the jobs listed below. Click on each one to learn more, including average earnings, annual job openings, and how much education people in that field have. For additional guidance and resources on career options, current City Colleges students and alumni can contact the Career Services Office.

First-Line Supervisors of Production and Operating Workers

Job Description

Directly supervise and coordinate the activities of production and operating workers, such as inspectors, precision workers, machine setters and operators, assemblers, fabricators, and plant and system operators. Excludes team or work leaders.

Salary Based on Experience Level

Take a look at the average hourly/annual earnings for this career in Cook County

Lightcast earnings figures are based on OES data from the BLS and include base rate, cost of living allowances, guaranteed pay, hazardous-duty pay, incentive pay (including commissions and bonuses), on-call pay, and tips.

Annual Wages

Entry-Level 10th Percentile$41,004
Median 50th Percentile$63,576
Senior-Level 90th Percentile$99,882

Hourly Wages

Entry-Level 10th Percentile$20
Median 50th Percentile$31
Senior-Level 90th Percentile$48

Annual Job Openings

931 annual openings in Cook County

National Education Attainment

Here, you can see the level of education that people in this career complete.

Degree Program% of Jobs
A high school diploma or less47.00%
A certificate11.60%
Some college14.96%
An Associate degree13.62%
A Bachelor's degree11.96%
A Master's or Professional degree0.86%
A Doctoral degree or more0.00%

12.82% continue their education beyond an associate degree

First-Line Supervisors of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers

Job Description

Directly supervise and coordinate the activities of mechanics, installers, and repairers. May also advise customers on recommended services. Excludes team or work leaders.

Salary Based on Experience Level

Take a look at the average hourly/annual earnings for this career in Cook County

Lightcast earnings figures are based on OES data from the BLS and include base rate, cost of living allowances, guaranteed pay, hazardous-duty pay, incentive pay (including commissions and bonuses), on-call pay, and tips.

Annual Wages

Entry-Level 10th Percentile$48,983
Median 50th Percentile$81,821
Senior-Level 90th Percentile$124,840

Hourly Wages

Entry-Level 10th Percentile$24
Median 50th Percentile$39
Senior-Level 90th Percentile$60

Annual Job Openings

500 annual openings in Cook County

National Education Attainment

Here, you can see the level of education that people in this career complete.

Degree Program% of Jobs
A high school diploma or less57.20%
A certificate13.08%
Some college16.91%
An Associate degree3.20%
A Bachelor's degree7.57%
A Master's or Professional degree0.00%
A Doctoral degree or more2.05%

9.62% continue their education beyond an associate degree

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