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Module Pilots

Duration | Summer 2024, Summer 2025
Cost | Free of charge
Delivery Method | Hybrid modules (online/in-person)
Module Lengths | 16 hours per module over 1-3 weeks

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Please register for the free pilot module(s) being offered in Summer 2024

All Modules

Anticipated Start | TBD (target of Summer 2026)
Cost | TBD
Delivery Method | Hybrid modules (online/in-person)
Module Lengths | 16 hours per module over 1-3 weeks

Future Module Topics

Robotics & Automation

  • Industrial Sensors & Actuators
  • Industrial Mechatronics
  • Computer-Aided Robot Simulation
  • Robotics Theory & Programming
  • Computerized Manufacturing & Machining
  • Machine Vision Systems
  • Roboto Mechanism & Control
  • Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning

Smart Manufacturing

  • Smart Manufacturing, Supply Chair, & Business Process
  • Quality Control & Lean Practices
  • Making Business Case for Manufacturing Planning
  • Computer-Aided Manufacturing
  • Additive Manufacturing 
  • Material Handling Systems
  • Process Control
  • Microfabrication & Characterizations

About the Program

Bowling Green State University is developing advanced manufacturing continuing education modules in the areas of ‘automation and robotics’ and ‘smart manufacturing’. As emerging technologies continue to drive manufacturers to identify opportunities to automate processes, the industry needs employees that can safely, efficiently, and effectively, work alongside robots and other automated processes. To meet this need, BGSU will develop 16 modules in 2024-2025 targeted toward non-degreed and degreed manufacturing workers currently in the workforce or entering the workforce.

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For more information, please contact Ben Hooper at bhooper@bgsu.edu or (928) 458-3583.

Updated: 05/24/2024 08:39AM