Machine Tool Technology

Information/Programs

View Specific Programs and Course Requirements Below:
  1. Machine Tool Technology Certificate

  2. Machine Tool Technology, AAS Degree

Program Information
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Machine tool technology students learn to set up and operate all standard machine tools. They acquire knowledge and skills in mathematics, blueprint reading, drafting, metals and heat treatment, precision measuring equipment, and computer numerical control (CNC).
1. TAKE COL-101, ENG-165, MAT-155 AND MAT-170 2. TAKE 1 COURSE FROM ANT-101,ECO-201,ECO-210, ECO-211,GEO-101,GEO-102,HIS-101,HIS-102,HIS-104, HIS-105,HIS-115,HIS-201,HIS-202,HSS-205,PSC-201, PSC-215,PSC-220,PSY-103,PSY-201,SOC-101,SPC-209, OR SPC-212 3. TAKE 1 COURSE FROM ART-101,ART-107 ART-108,ENG-102,ENG-228,HSS-101, MUS-105,PHI-101, PHI-105,PHI-110,REL-101,REL-104,REL-105,REL-201, OR THE-101
 
 
 
 
TAKE EGT-104,EGT-108,EGT-152, EGT-245,MTT-112,MTT-113,MTT-152, MTT-153,MTT-249,MTT-255,MTT-258, AND MTT-270
 
 
TAKE MTT-250, MTT-252, AND MTT-254 AND MTT-285
 
 

Overview


Machine tool technology students learn to set up and operate all standard machine tools. Students acquire knowledge and skills in mathematics, blueprint reading, computer aided drafting, precision measuring equipment including CMM training, and computer numerical control (CNC) as well as CAD/CAM training. The Machine Tool Technology Program is accredited by the National Institute of Metalworking Skills (NIMS) (NIMS). Each student will have the opportunity to earn Level I Credentials with NIMS.

 

Technical Scholars Program

The Technical Scholars program offers students the unique opportunity to expand learning beyond the classroom to develop skills for a real-world experience. Students participating in this program attend classes full-time at SCC, in an eligible degree program, while working part-time with a sponsor company, who may also provide tuition assistance for the student. Eligible programs of study and application periods vary depending on the company sponsor. Programs of study may include, Automated Manufacturing TechnologyIndustrial Electronics TechnologyElectronics Engineering TechnologyMechatronicsMachine Tool TechnologyAutomotive Technology, and Welding. Find out more information about applying to Technical Scholars by contacting Jennifer Little in Career Services at (864) 592-4808 or email career@sccsc.edu.

 

Machining Technology
 

Contact Info

Machine Tool Technology
Mark Cramer, Department Chair/Industrial Technologies

Phone: (864) 592-4734

E-mail:cramerm@sccsc.edu

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