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Machine Tool Technology Advanced Certificate

Machine Tool Technology Advanced Certificate

Build the tools that build our region

Upon completion of the Machine Tool Technology certificate program, you may apply for the Advanced Certificate. This allows you to enter the job market with basic, entry-level skills. Credit earned can be applied toward your associate degree. 

Certificate Requirements Credit Hours
Mathematics 100, Applied Mathematics, or
Mathematics 122, Intermediate Algebra, or
Mathematics 123, Quantitative Reasoning
4
Engineering 103, Beginning Engineering Drawing, or Engineering 113, Engineering Design & Graphics 4
Industrial Maintenance Technology 110, MIG/TIG Welding 3
Machine Tool Technology 110, Machine Tool I 3
Machine Tool Technology 120, Machine Tool II 3
Machine Tool Technology 130, Precision Inspection 3
Machine Tool Technology 140, Introduction to Numerical Control (NC) Computer Numerical Control (CNC) 2
Machine Tool Technology 150, Introduction to CAM 2
Manufacturing Technology 111, Manufacturing Processes I 3
Mathematics 100, Applied Mathematics, or Mathematics 122, Intermediate Algebra, or Mathematics 123, Quantitative Reasoning 4
Mathematics 110, Technical Mathematics I, or Mathematics 130, Pre-Calculus Trigonometry, or Mathematics 135, Precalculus Algebra/Trig 3
Trade Related Instruction 134, Metallurgy and Heat Treatment 3
Trade Related Instruction 144, Blueprint Reading & Sketching 4

 

Employment for machinists and tool and die makers is expected to remain stable.

National median annual wage machinists and tool and die makers (2016): $43,160 ​​​​​​*

National job growth projections by 2026: 1%*

*Source: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook, https://www.bls.gov/ooh/production/machinists-and-tool-and-die-makers.htm

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