2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Jun 21, 2024  
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Advanced Manufacturing and Materials Engineering Technology - Bachelor of Applied Science


Program Description: The BAS degree is an applied bachelor’s degree specifically designed to build on professional-technical associate’s degrees that provide workplace skills, such as the Associate in Applied Science-Transfer (AAS-T) degree. The BAS degree differs from other bachelor degrees as it incorporates prior work experience and more hands-on learning. Graduates with a BAS degree may apply to related master’s degree programs.

The Advanced Manufacturing and Materials Engineering Technology Bachelor of Applied Science (AMMET-BAS) degree provides advanced knowledge and skills for professional positions in manufacturing and laboratory environments. This degree emphasizes practical hands-on techniques in conjunction with advanced analytical skills to prepare graduates for a multitude of positions within a manufacturing or technical organization.

Acceptance into the AMMET-BAS program is by application only. This is in addition to the Edmonds College admissions process. The AMMET-BAS degree is awarded upon completion of a minimum of 180 credits as outlined.

Advising Note: This program requirement sheet is not a substitute for meeting with an academic advisor. Meeting the requirements to graduate with an Edmonds College degree is ultimately the responsibility of the student.

Proficiency Requirement (minimum 60 credits)


This degree requires completion of an Associate Applied Science-Transfer (AAS-T) degree, including 60 credits of professional technical courses from a regionally-accredited school to demonstrate proficiency in one of the following career areas:

  • Materials Science Technology
  • Mechatronics
  • Engineering Technology

See Proficiency Form for details of transferred credits, if applicable.

See Program Manager to complete Proficiency Form for transfer of credits to complete this requirement.

All requirements met __________.

General Education Requirements (60 credits)


This requirement will be met in two parts. At least 25-30 of the 60 credits will be completed as part of the AAS-T, or equivalent degree, prior to the start of the AMMET-BAS program. The remaining credits will be completed during the AMMET-BAS program.

Note: If students have more than 30 credits of general education prior to starting the AMMET-BAS program, credits may be transferable after a transcript review.

Please see the General Education categories below for a break down of the courses and credits.

Communication Skills (10 credits)


OUTCOME: Communicate and interact effectively through a variety of methods appropriate to audience, context, purpose, and field/discipline.

Quantitative Analysis/Symbolic Reasoning Skills (5 credits)


OUTCOME: Reason clearly using academic or professional modes of inquiry; using quantitative or symbolic reasoning; and/or using other discipline/field specific methods to explore and create ideas; identify information needs; process, evaluate, and use information; and recognize, analyze, and solve problems.

Humanities Distribution (10 credits)


OUTCOME: Use Humanities-based methods to reason, communicate, make meaning, solve problems, and/or create or perform cultural works for diverse audiences and purposes.

Choose five (5) additional credits from this course distribution list: Humanities Distribution Courses

Natural Sciences and Mathematics Distribution (10 credits)


OUTCOME: Use scientific and mathematical methods, modes of inquiry, and terminology to demonstrate knowledge, comprehension, and application of science concepts and insights.

Social Sciences Distribution (10 credits)


OUTCOME: Use Social Science theories and methods to reason, communicate, apply insights, solve problems, and to develop a critical understanding of the diversity and interdependence of peoples and cultures.

Choose five (5) additional credits from this course distribution list: Social Sciences Distribution Courses.

Additional Program/General Education Requirements (15 credits)


Choose ten (10) additional credits from the Humanities, Natural Sciences and Mathematics, or Social Sciences course distribution lists provided below. 

Course Lists:

Upper Division Program Requirements (60 credits)


OUTCOMES:

Students successfully completing the AMMET BAS will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate the ability to design systems, components, and/or processes using advanced materials and current technology in a variety of different manufacturing industries.  
  2. Apply the principles of quality and safety to conduct standard tests, measurements, and experiments and to analyze and interpret the results to improve processes in a manufacturing environment.
  3. Demonstrate the ability to utilize and apply basic scientific principles of science, mathematics, engineering, and technology to solve broadly defined advanced manufacturing problems. 
  4. Demonstrate the ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature; and to effectively apply written, oral, and graphical communication in broadly defined technical and non-technical environments.
  5. Demonstrate the ability to function and contribute as a member as well as a leader on technical teams in a diverse environment.

Program Notes


The program code for this degree is ETGAMBAS. For financial aid, advising, and other reasons, students should work with their advisor to ensure that this code is properly recorded on their academic record.

  • This program is designed for students who have completed an AAS-T degree in Materials Science, Engineering Technology, Mechatronics, or who have completed an ATA in one of these areas and taken additional prerequisite general education courses. Contact the Engineering Technology (ETEC) department in the STEM division for details.
  • The Bachelor of Applied Science in Advanced Manufacturing and Materials is by application only; meeting minimum requirements does not guarantee admission.
  • Admissions Checklist:
    • Completion of an AAS-T, or equivalent degree, in Materials Science Advanced Manufacturing, Engineering Technology, or Mechatronics.
    • Minimum cumulative 2.0 GPA with a minimum of 2.0 in core courses of the AAS-T, or equivalent degree, in specialized fields.
    • Admission into Edmonds College.
    • Completed application.
    • Current resume that describes relevant work and skills; including internships, work study, and/or volunteering activities.
    • Unofficial transcripts from any colleges attended with credits that the student would like to transfer. Official transcripts will be required upon acceptance to the program.
    • Non-refundable $25.00 BAS application fee.
  • Alternative general education courses previously completed from an accredited college may be accepted to meet the General Education requirements through the transcript evaluation process. Please contact the Program Manager for more details.
  • Additional general elective can be used with departmental approval.
  • To view additional information and/or download materials, please go to the BAS in Advanced Manufacturing and Materials website.

The advisors for the program are:
Pablo Pedrosa | AMMET Faculty | pablo.pedrosadiaz@edmonds.edu
​​​​​​​Su Nelson, Program Manager | su.nelson@edmonds.edu | 425.640.1980
Ross Monroe, Department Head | ross.monroe@edmonds.edu | 425.640.1944

Department website: Advanced Manufacturing and Materials Engineering Technology | edmonds.edu/ammet

Bachelor of Applied Sciences General Information


BAS Degree General Description The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degree is a 180 credit baccalaureate degree, specifically designed to build on professional-technical associate degrees that provide workplace skills, such as Associate of Applied Science-Transfer (AAS-T) degrees. BAS degrees include a professional core of courses from the AAS-T degree, general education credits and upper division courses. BAS degrees are a pathway to the baccalaureate level with upper-division coursework in an applied field that provide expanded career opportunities for graduates and meet the needs of employers in the community. BAS degrees incorporate more applied, hands-on learning than a traditional bachelor’s degree and allow a student to advance their skills and abilities without requiring the student to follow the traditional direct transfer degree pathway. Graduates with a BAS degree may apply to related master’s degree programs. See a program advisor for details.

Program of Study Outcomes Edmonds College’s four General Education Outcomes­ (Communicate, Act Responsibly, Reason, and Explore) are promoted throughout the college’s programs. Instructional programs of 45 credits or more foster learning in all four General Education Outcomes.

Student achievement is assessed in the general and program specific outcomes via the courses and course objectives that align with those outcomes. More information about program outcomes and course objectives can be found on the Using Program Requirement Sheets page.

Credit/Grade Requirements A minimum of 60 credits or one-third of the required college-level (100-level or above) credits, whichever is less, must be earned at Edmonds College. Students are required to maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 in all college-level courses.

Students Are Advised To:

  • Consult quarterly with a faculty and/or program manager;
  • Plan your schedule several quarters in advance in order to accommodate courses that are offered only once or twice a year;
  • Review the college catalog for required course prerequisites and include these in schedule planning

Graduation Application A completed Graduation Application form must be submitted online by the 10th day of the quarter in which the student expects to graduate. Note: Applications for summer quarter are due by the 8th day of the quarter.

Transferring to Another University or College

  • Admission application deadlines vary, students must meet the deadline for the university or college to which they plan to apply for admission to transfer.
  • Consultation with the appropriate department or an advisor at the intended transfer school is highly recommended.

Common Course Numbering Please refer to www.edmonds.edu/ccn for more information.

Cultural Diversity Requirement All students earning a degree or certificate of 45 credits or more must meet a cultural diversity (CD) requirement by taking at least five (5) credits of CD courses. To learn more, go to Academic Information – Cultural Diversity Requirement in the online academic catalog.

College Resources

Internal Coding


PLAN/STACK - ETGAMBAS
TC - 180
CIP - 15.0000
Last Revision – 2022/07/28