Honours Bachelor of Advanced Manufacturing Technology Management

4 years Honours Bachelor Degree

Complete a 14-week work placement in an advanced manufacturing environment.

Overview

Upcoming Intake: TBA


Start your career in manufacturing technology management. This cross-disciplinary program will provide you with the technical and leadership skills you need to succeed in this lucrative industry. Train with a wide range of tools, technologies, standards and techniques that are revolutionizing manufacturing today. Learn robotics, automation, modelling, simulation and additive manufacturing in Canadore’s advanced, industrial laboratories, workshops and classrooms. Train with industry professionals and prepare to launch your career in this emerging field.

Your Future Career

  • Production control
  • Automation
  • Robot programming
  • Controls programming
  • Mechanical design
  • Management of robotics and automation technology

What You Learn

  • Manufacturing and mechanical fundamentals
  • Automation, robotics and process control
  • Technology management
  • Manufacturing/operations planning and control
  • Machining and manufacturing techniques
  • Computer-aided design and engineering

New college program looks to fill a much needed labour gap - BayToday.ca

Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent

A minimum of six university (U) and/or university/college (M) preparation level courses in Grade 12, with a minimum average of 65 percent in each prerequisite.


The Grade 12 courses must include: English ENG4 (U) and any (U) level, Grade 12 Mathematics.

Direct Entry – Other Admission Requirements

  • Possess language proficiency appropriate to the degree level;
  • Applicants possessing degrees/diplomas from institutions where the language of instruction was not English will be required to provide test scores as evidence of their English language proficiency. If a test score is required, the applicant must have a minimum overall band score of 6.5, with no band less than 6.0, on the Academic International English Language Testing System (IELTS), or equivalent accepted English language proficiency test, to be admitted to a postsecondary program at the College. Notwithstanding the above, the English proficiency standards required to obtain Study Canadore College Honours Bachelor of Advanced Manufacturing and Technology Management. Permits and Temporary Resident Visas from Canadian Embassies vary around the world. The higher English language proficiency standard will apply.

View current English Language Proficiency Requirements.

Semester 1

AMTM105 Algebra
AMTM110 Physics
AMTM115 Introduction to Programming
AMTM120 Introduction to Robotics
AMTM125 Communications: Critical Thinking & Writing

Semester 2

AMTM205 Calculus
AMTM210 Materials and Testing
AMTM215 Advanced Programming & Data Structures
AMTM220 Electrical & Electronic Circuits & Machines
AMTM225 Organizational Behaviour

Semester 3

AMTM305 Statistics & Data Management
AMTM310 Engineering Mechanics: Statics & Dynamics
AMTM315 Introduction to Technology Infrastructure
AMTM320 Machining & Manufacturing Techniques
AMTM325 Introduction to Research

Semester 4

AMTM405 Project Management
AMTM410 Computer-Aided Design & Engineering
AMTM415 Data Science & Database Management
AMTM420 Economics of Advanced Manufacturing
AMTM425 Human Resource Management

Semester 5

AMTM505 Quality Management & Reliability
AMTM510 Computer-Aided Product Design
AMTM515 Sensors & Instrumentation
AMTM520 Risk Management
AMTM525 Entrepreneurship & the Business Plan

Semester 6

AMTM610 Fluid Mechanics & Machinery
AMTM615 Control Systems
AMTM620 Technology Planning, Financing & Acquisition
AMTM625 Liberal Studies Elective
AMTM630 Work Integrated Learning Experience Preparation

Semester 7

AMTM705 Systems Level Reliability
AMTM710 Computer-Aided Manufacturing
AMTM715 Manufacturing Automation Project 1
AMTM720 Robotics & Process Optimization
AMTM725 Survival in the Information Age: Risk & the Media (Advanced)
AMTM730 Work Term Reflection

Semester 8

AMTM805 Manufacturing/Operations Planning & Control
AMTM810 Law & Ethics in Advanced Manufacturing
AMTM815 Manufacturing Automation Project II
AMTM820 Emergent Advanced Manufacturing Processes
AMTM825 Global Perspectives (Advanced)

Domestic Fees - TBD
* Pending Ministry of Colleges and Universities release of 2022-2023 tuition fee framework

2022-23 4 years Honours Bachelor Degree

Commerce Court Campus – International
Year Tuition Ancillary Fees Material Fee Trip Fee Total
1 $14102.08 $1870.98 - - $15973.06

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Honours Bachelor Degree

Learning outcomes represent culminating demonstrations of learning and achievement. In addition, learning outcomes are interrelated and cannot be viewed in isolation of one another. As such, they should be viewed as a comprehensive whole. They describe performances that demonstrate that significant integrated learning by graduates of the program has been achieved.

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“Graduates of this type of program would be ideal candidates for our company. Additionally, any graduate who has experience and skills in emerging tools, technologies, standards and techniques would be an asset to our organization.”

Christopher J Parkin PEng
Engineering Manager – Manufacturing
Pilot Diamond Tools

 


“Young professionals who produce manufacturing, technical and managerial expertise would be an asset in growing our business and the mining industry. Graduates with these skills are especially difficult to find.”

Tracie Marsh
Chief Operating Officer
Premier Mining Products