Introduction to Manufacturing 3


This course addresses skill sets critical to effective personal management, life, and career skills. This course discusses the ability to effectively deal with balancing life and work, managing time, and working with people. The course is presented in two semesters.


Semester 1 focuses on self-management skills, including saving and credit, accountability, organization, and balancing work and life.

Semester 2 focuses on managing time and working with others. Some topics include time management, personal productivity, handling information overload, tolerance, respect, and giving and receiving feedback.


CREDITS: 1 Credit


PREREQUISITES: Manufacturing I, Manufacturing II



Semester 1


Manufacturing III: Semester 1 Pretest




Healthy Lifestyle Choices

Personal Wellness


Positive Self Talk



Tips & Tricks for Smooth Living

Crisis Management

Using Critical Thinking in Work and Life

Lifelong Learning

Balancing Work and Life

Pros and Cons of Social Media

Basic Professionalism

Manufacturing III: Semester 1 End of Semester Exam



Semester 2


Manufacturing III: Semester 2 Pretest

Introduction to Time Management

Time Management Types and Styles


Time Management Antagonists

Time Management Strategies

Personal Productivity

Handling Information Overload

Setting Priorities

Diversity in the Workplace

Tolerance and Respect

Respect and Employment

Becoming the Go-to Person

Advancing in a Job

Cooperation and Compromise

Influencing and Persuading

Giving and Receiving Feedback and Criticism

Manufacturing III: Semester 2 End of Semester Exam

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