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The Machine Tool Operator certificate is designed for those students who would like to learn basic machining skills without being enrolled in a full-time degree program.
The certificate consists of all the machine tool courses given in the first two semesters of the diploma program. All the classes can be used for credit toward a diploma or associate degree.
|REQUIRED COURSE INFORMATION|
|MTT 120||Machine Tool Print Reading||3.0|
|MTT 121||Machine Tool Theory I||3.0|
|MTT 122||Machine Tool Practice I||4.0|
|MTT 123||Machine Tool Theory II||3.0|
|MTT 124||Machine Tool Practice II||4.0|
|MTT 143||Precision Measurement||2.0|
|MTT 250||Principles of CNC||3.0|
|CPT 169||Industrial Computer Applications*||3.0|
|Total Credit Hours||25.0|
The Machine Tool Operator Certificate is designed for those students who would like to learn basic machining skills without being enrolled in the full-time degree program. The Certificate consists of all the machine tool courses given in the first two semesters of the diploma program. All the classes can be used for credit toward a diploma or associate degree.
To help students maximize financial aid opportunities as well as help ensure that students take their courses in the appropriate sequence, it is recommended that students entering Machine Tool Technology be admitted to the associate degree program, rather than certificate or diploma programs. The Machine Tool Operator Certificate can be earned and awarded when it is completed. Be aware that not all MTT courses are offered each semester, so the best practice is to advise students to take the courses as outlined in the semester-by-semester graduation plan below.
Students should only begin this certificate in the FALL semester.
MTT courses are offered during days and evenings.
The Machine Tool student should be prepared to purchase $350 worth of hand-tools necessary for project work. A good calculator with sine, cosine and tangent functions, along with fractional/decimal equivalent is recommended (TI-36X Solar by Texas Instruments). Safety glasses are required.
Enrollment advisor: Please send the MTT academic advisor electronic notification of student's enrollment if student is not able to meet with his or her academic advisor for initial advisement.
You can find the name of your assigned academic advisor by reviewing Degree Works or your Class Schedule. To learn more about advising visit the Advising webpage.
Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for advising information updates and corrections.
Advisement Information updated/reviewed 4/2020