Mississippi Valley State University

December 21, 2014

Courses

AT 470 INDUSTRIAL SAFETY

This course is designed to create a safe environment through development of occupational safety consciousness and practices. Its contents include planning and maintaining a safe environment for lab students. Instruction in accident prevention in the use of tools, machinery, fire extinguishing equipment, fire drills, first aid, contributing factors, mechanical hazards, accident reporting, safety inspection, housekeeping, protective equipment, and teacher liability.

AT 472 HISTORY OF TECHNOLOGY

This course covers a study of prominent leaders, agencies, and movements that contributed to the development of our technological world. Special emphasis will be given to the economic, philosophical, social and cultural factors which influenced these developments.

AT 474 SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT

This course deals with supervisory management and problem solving, planning, organizing and controlling work, managing people at work, handling sensitive work problems and improving employee performance.

AT 475 STATISTICAL QUALITY CONTROL

 This course is designed t Methods, analysis of methods, materials, tool and equipment of industry for profit improvement, linear correlation, and design of experiments, reliability and maintainability assurance. The minimum level of statistics and probability required to apply statistical quality assurance techniques are included.

AT 476 QUALITY CONTROL (MANAGERIAL CONCEPTS)

Quality Control is a study of those aspects of a company which management decision weighs heavily on the efficacy of the quality system; the relations between manager-employee, and top-management, mid-management as they pertain to policies, budgets, and attitudes; the extent to which management exercises their functions of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling activities.

AT 478 PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT

 This course is designed to provide students with a strategic approach to basic concepts of operations and production management. This course includes a coverage and integration of the major topics contained in the production control cycle: production information processing and flow, production planning, forecasting material requirements planning, and monetary control scheduling.

AT 482 INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGY

Industrial Psychology is designed to teach students the role of supervision functions in industry with emphasis upon principles and practices of human behavior and human relations within the industrial environment.

AT 491 SEMINAR

This seminar is designed to acquaint seniors with advanced writing, speaking of special projects and job placement in various fields of work.

AT 492 SEMINAR

Continuation of 491