Machine Tool Program

 MACHINE TOOL TECHNOLOGY

 

ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED TECHNOLOGY DEGREE


CAREER SKILLS CERTIFICATE/MANUAL MACHINING

CAREER SKILLS CERTIFICATE/CNC MACHINING

The J.F. Drake State Technical Machine Tool Technology Program is designed to prepare students for gainful employment in the area of precision machining. The program emphasizes safe work habits, metallurgy, precision measurement, and the set up and operation of machine tools that cut and shape metal as well as none traditional materials. The program not only strives to produce a graduate with employable skills, but a well-rounded individual.

 

ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED

TECHNOLOGY DEGREE

Machine Tool Technology
Area I     English                                                     6 credits

Course
Title
Cr Hrs
Cont Hrs
ENG101
English Comp. I
3
3
ENG102
English Comp. II
3
3

Area II   Humanities/Fine Arts                             3 credits
Choose from the standard list of courses for Area II listed in the General Education Section.
Area III Natural Sciences/Mathematics/
                Computer Science                                 10 credits
Choose from the standard list of courses for Area III listed in the General Education Section. MTH112 and MTH113 are required. PHY201 is required for the lab science.
Area IV History/Social/Behavioral Science         3 credits
Choose from the standard list of courses for Area IV listed in the General Education Section. 
Area V    Institutional Requirement                     2 credits
Course
Title
Cr Hrs
Cont Hrs
ORI101
1 Orientation to College
1
1
WKO107
2 Workplace Skills Preparation
1
2
1 Must be taken in the first semester.
2 Must be taken in the final semester.
Note: Students must register for GRA123, a non-credit institutional course, in order to participate in the graduation program
Area VI Core/Technical Concentration            51 credits
Course
Title
Cr Hrs
Cont Hrs
MTT100
Machining
Technology I
 
6
 
10
MTT103
Machining
Technology II
6
10
MTT107
Machining
Calculations
3
3
MTT121
Basic Print Reading for Machinists
3
3
MTT127
Metrology
3
4
MTT128
Geometric
Dimensioning and
Tolerancing
 
 
3
 
 
3
MTT129
Lathe Operations
6
10
MTT136
Milling Machine Operations
 
6
 
10
MTT139
Intro to CNC
3
4
MTT140
Basic CNC Turning
3
7
MTT141
Basic CNC Milling
3
7
MTT219
CNC Graphic Programming Turning
3
7
MTT220
CNC Graphic Programming Milling
3
7
               
                Total Degree Credit Hours                           75
 
 

CAREER SKILLS CERTIFICATE

Manual Machining
Area I     English                                                     3 credits
Course
Title
Cr Hrs
Cont Hrs
ENG101
English Comp. I
3
3
ENG102
English Comp II
3
3
COM100
Intro Technical English I
3
3
Area II   Humanities/Fine Arts
                No requirements
Area III Natural Sciences/Mathematics/
                Computer Science                                   6 credits
Choose from the standard list of courses for Area III listed in the General Education Section. At least one math class is required.
Area IV History/Social/Behavioral Science
                No Requirements   
Area V    Institutional Requirement                     2 credits
Course
Title
Cr Hrs
Cont Hrs
ORI101
1 Orientation to College
1
1
WKO107
2 Workplace Skills Preparation
1
2
1 Must be taken in the first semester.
2 Must be taken in the final semester.
Note: Students must register for GRA123, a non-credit institutional course, in order to participate in the graduation program
Area VI Core/Technical Concentration            18 credits
Course
Title
Cr Hrs
Cont Hrs
MTT100
Machining
Technology I
6
10
MTT103
Machining
Technology II
6
10
MTT121
Basic Print Reading for Machinists
3
3
MTT127
Metrology
3
4
                Total Certificate Credit Hours                     29

CAREER SKILLS CERTIFICATE

CNC Machining
Area I     English                                                     3 credits
Course
Title
Cr Hrs
Cont Hrs
ENG101
English Comp. I
3
3
ENG102
English Comp II
3
3
COM100
Intro Technical English I
3
3
Area II   Humanities/Fine Arts
                No requirements
Area III Natural Sciences/Mathematics/
                Computer Science                                   6 credits
Choose from the standard list of courses for Area III listed in the General Education Section. At least one math class is required.
Area IV History/Social/Behavioral Science
                No Requirements   
Area V    Institutional Requirement                     2 credits
Course
Title
Cr Hrs
Cont Hrs
ORI101
1 Orientation to College
1
1
WKO107
2 Workplace Skills Preparation
1
2
1 Must be taken in the first semester.
2 Must be taken in the final semester.
Note: Students must register for GRA123, a non-credit institutional course, in order to participate in the graduation program
Area VI Core/Technical Concentration            18 credits
Course
Title
Cr Hrs
Cont Hrs
MTT140
Basic CNC Turning
3
7
MTT141
Basic CNC Milling
3
7
MTT212
Advanced CNC Turning
3
7
MTT213
Advanced CNC Milling
3
7
MTT219
CNC Graphic Programming Turning
3
7
MTT220
CNC Graphic Programming Milling
3
7
                Total Certificate Credit Hours                     29


The requirements for each program are subject to change.  Please consult your program advisor to ensure adherence to the appropriate degree plan.