School of Applied Technologies (AT)
Students will study hands-on Machine Tool and Welding Technology, which includes blueprint reading, mathematics, metallurgy and other general course work. Classes include classroom and lab time. This program combines the advanced and the proven processes of the manufacturing skill set needed to gain and succeed the industry of Machine Tools. Upon completion of this program, graduates will be eligible for entry level employment in a variety of industrial careers.
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Educational Option Information
- Special skills needed for this educational option:
- Students will be required to perform algebra and trigonometry calculations to successfully complete projects.
- This educational option can be completed: In 5 terms.
- This program can be started: Fall and Spring Terms
- Primary course location: Main Campus
- Program physical requirements: Normal body strength. Ability to work in a social environment. Ability to stand for long periods of time. Ability to work in a noisy environment.
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Students will study hands-on Machining Technology, which includes blueprint reading, mathematics, metallurgy and other general course work. Classes include classroom and lab time. Upon completion of this program, graduates will be eligible for entry-level employment in a variety of industrial careers.
This program is designed to prepare students for immediate employment in jobs with descriptions such as: manufacture piece parts, small assemblies, large assemblies, lead small to large groups of personnel to succeed in the manufacturing process. Common job titles in the field include: Machinist, Machine operator, Tool and Die, Journeyman, Proto-type machinist, Aerospace Machinist, and Owner.