2014-15 TMCC College Catalog - page 288

D-288 2014-2015
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D–CourseDescriptions
LOGISTICSMANAGEMENT
LogisticsPlanning andControl Laboratory
LGM 206
1.00
Corequisite: LGM205
This course complements theLogistics Planning andControl lecture course. In this course, studentswillwork on problems usingMicrosoft
Excel and other appropriate technology for conducting analysis required inLGM 205. Highly recommended for all students, required for
studentswho have no prior or little knowledge of Excel.
ServiceLogistics
LGM 207
3.00
Prerequisite: LGM 201.
This course explores the role of logistics and logistics principles in service organizations. Studentswill look at applications ofTQM and
master planning, alongwith other logistics principles, in increasing the effectiveness and increasing output of the service organization.
Logistics andQualityManagement Tools I
LGM 208
3.00
Prerequisite: LGM 201.
This coursewill introduce students to the concepts and tools that are utilized in improving andmanaging qualitywithin logistics
disciplines. The first part of the coursewill look at TheoryofConstraints, Lean andTotalQualityManagement.
Logistics andQualityManagement Tools II
LGM 209
3.00
Prerequisite: LGM 208
This is the second course in theLogistics andQualityManagement Tools sequence. This coursewill focus uponSixSigma and synthesis
of the tools formaximum impact in creating continuous improvements.
Studies inProcurement andLogistics
LGM 210
3.00
Corequisite: LGM201.
This course analyzes both the theory and applications of strategic issues in procurement and supply chainmanagement process. Themes
include the procurement cycle, purchasing research, relationshipswith suppliers, negotiation and commodity planning. Emphasis is placed
on cost, price andvalue analysis.
TransportationManagement
LGM 212
3.00
Prerequisite: None
This course analyzes carrier economics, regulation and ratemaking practices aswell as evaluating the public policy issues related to
carrier transportation; includes coursework in the planning and design of logistically oriented urban service systems. Themes include
customer service, distribution operations, purchasing and negotiation.
Current Topics inLogistics
LGM 280
3.00
Prerequisite: LGM 201.
This coursewill explore current topics in the logistics industry.Topicswill change each semester. The coursewill be run as an exploratory
coursewith students, instructors and guest lecturers each bringing their own concept ofwhat's new and hot to the classroom.
CPIMPrep
LGM 285
3.00
Prerequisite: None
This course allows students to spend time focusing on the preparation for theAPICSCertifiedProduction InventoryManager certification
exams.
MACHINETOOLTECHNOLOGY
Introduction toMachineShop
MTT 101
3.00
Prerequisite: None
Introduces safety procedures, use of bench tools, layout tools, power saws, drill presses, precisionmeasurement tools, rotary tables and
indexing devices, lathe andmill cutting tools and tool holding, work holding andmachining applications aswell as the various hand tools
related to themachine shop. This coursemay not transfer to a baccalaureate degree of art or sciencewithin the universities in theNevada
System ofHigher Education (NSHE).
MachineShop I
MTT 105
3.00
Prerequisite or Corequisite: MTT101
Introduces basic lathe applicationswhichwill consists of identifying lathe components and controls, understanding turning safety,
calculating speeds and feeds, using various tools and tool holders, identifying basic tool geometry, and the use of common lathe tooling.
Studentswill perform basic lathe operations, whichwill consist of facing, turning, and drilling. Studentswill be required to produce
specifiedparts to a tolerance of +/- .004 in. and perform competencies set bymanufacturing standards. This coursemay not transfer to a
baccalaureate degree of art or sciencewithin the universities in theNevadaSystem ofHigher Education (NSHE).
MachineShop II
MTT 110
3.00
Prerequisite or Corequisite: MTT101
Introduces basicmillingmachine applicationswhichwill consist of identifyingmill components and controls, understandingmilling
safety, calculating speeds and feeds, using various tools and tool holders, identifying basic tool geometry, and the use of commonmilling
machine tooling. Studentswill perform basicmilling operations consisting of facing, squaring, slotting, and drilling. Studentswill be
required to produce specified parts to a tolerance of +/- .004 in. and perform competencies set bymanufacturing standards. This course
may not transfer to a baccalaureate degree of art or sciencewithin the universities in theNevadaSystem ofHigher Education (NSHE).

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