Faculty - Robert Osnes
Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering
University of Washington, 1973
Masters of Business AdministrationWestern Washington University, 1987
Professional License, WA State, 1979
Professional Teaching Certificate, Wa State
Office: Monte Christo
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 4:00 to 4:50 pm
Tuesday 3:00 to 4:50 pm
Fall Quarter Classes:
ENG T 100, MW 1:20 - 4:00 in SHK 226
ENG T 105, MW 5:00 - 7:40 in SHK 226
ENG T 259, TTh 5:00 - 7:40 in IND 124
I am usually available for advising, but as a full time instructor, I don't spend a lot of time in the office. However, if you send me an email, I will respond and would be happy to see whether I can assist you with your plans that way, if you can't see me in my office hours.
My area of interest is the Advanced Manufacturing Technology Curriculum, which was developed to contain modules in fabrication & welding, precision machining, composites materials and processes, as well as Computer Aided Design (both 2D and 3D CAD) - these classes have been on-going for several years now. Our Precision Machining module has been revised to match common state curricula and was re-launched in March 2012. For credit college classes in machining began last summer.
Whether you are seeking one or two very specific skills enhancing classes, a selection of classes for a certificate, or a structured group of courses leading to a degree, we recommend you consult with a college advisor (like me!). Curriculum guides have been prepared and are available by going to the links shown to the right - a more complete list of advisors is contained in each of these guides. Note that these are "PDF" files and that you will be able to print copies from them.