Kalamazoo Valley Community College

Machine Tool Technology
Associate of Applied Science

Date: 21-SEP-12

Effective Term: Winter 2013
 
This program prepares students for a technical career in modern manufacturing, planning, machining and constructing metal components. Graduates will have a broad knowledge of mechanical principles and of the various types of metals, preparing to work in such jobs as machinist, toolmaker, mold maker, computer numerical control programmer, and other machining-related occupations.

Program Required Courses Minimum Credits: 40.00

CIS 100 Beginning Computer Skills 2
DRFT 100 Fundamentals of Tech Drawing 3
ELT 100 Basic Electricity 2
MACH 101 Trends in Manufacturing 3
MACH 103 Fundamentals/Machine Tool Oper 4
MACH 105 Adv Machine Tool Operations I 3
MACH 201 Tool Construction 3
MACH 205 Plastics Tooling Construction 3
MACH 220 Numerical Control 4
MACH 221 Advanced Numerical Control 3
MACH 230 Computer Aided Manufacturing 4
MACH 240 Machine Repair 2
MSM 102 Basics/Mechanical Technology 2
MSM 120 Basic Fluid Power 2

English 110/127 Minimum Credits: 6.00

ENG 110 College Writing I 3
ENG 127 Technical Writing 3

Math Minimum Credits: 4.00

MATH 106 Technical Mathematics 4

Technical Electives Minimum Credits: 4.00

AUTO 110 General Automotive Service 2
AUTO 112 Shop Fundamentals 2
AUTO 121 Auto Electrical/Electronic Sys 4
AUTO 172 Alt Fuels & Adv Tech Vehicles 2
ELT 102 Applied Electricity 4
ELT 103 Industrial Electronics 4
ELT 115 Commercial Wiring and Code 3
HVAC 104 Intro to Renewable Energy 2
HVAC 141 Sheet Metal Layout I 3
HVAC 143 Sheet Metal Layout II 3
MACH 260 Automated Manufacturing 4
MSM 125 Advanced Fluid Power 2
WELD 120 Introduction to Welding 3
WELD 182 Rapid MIG & FCAW Welding 3
WELD 184 Rapid TIG (GTAW) Welding 3
WELD 186 Rapids ARC (SMAW) Welding 2

Political Science Minimum Credits: 3.00

PSI 100 Introduction/Political Science 3
PSI 101 American Government 3
PSI 102 State and Local Government 3

Social Science Minimum Credits: 3.00

ECO 110 Eco/Contemporary Social Issues 3
ECO 201 Macroeconomics 3
ECO 202 Microeconomics 3
ECO 240 International Economics 3
GEO 102 World Geography-Maps & Media 3
HRY 100 Early Western Civilization 3
HRY 101 Modern Western Civilization 3
HRY 102 American History to 1877 3
HRY 103 American History since 1865 3
HRY 207 History of Russia 3
HRY 210 History of the Far East 3
HRY 212 History/American Civil War 3
HRY 220 History of Michigan 3
HRY 230 Women in History 3
HRY 240 African American Experience 3
HRY 251 World History to 1500 3
HRY 252 World History since 1500 3
HRY 260 History of the Middle East 3
PSI 100 Introduction/Political Science 3
PSI 101 American Government 3
PSI 102 State and Local Government 3
PSI 201 International Relations 3
PSI 202 Comparative Government 3
PSI 250 World Security 3
PSY 150 Introductory Psychology 3
PSY 160 Human Growth and Development 3
PSY 170 Human Sexuality 3
PSY 180 Early Childhood Development 4
PSY 190 Child Psychology 3
PSY 250 Abnormal Psychology 3
PSY 260 Educational Psychology 3
SOC 102 Principles of Sociology 3
SOC 103 Contemporary Social Problems 3
SOC 105 Introduction to Gerontology 3
SOC 106 Death, Dying & Bereavement 3
SOC 170 Introduction to Archaeology 3
SOC 200 The Family 3
SOC 201 Intro to Cultural Anthropology 3
SOC 202 Urban Sociology 3
SOC 205 Racial and Ethnic Relations 3
SOC 207 Southern Africa/Region Studies 3
SOC 261 Cultures of Latin America 3
SOC 273 Service Learning 3

Program Required Courses Minimum Credits: 2.00

WPE 112 Safety and First Aid 2

  Minimum Total Credits: 62