This certificate program prepares students to enter the job market as a machinist, toolmaker, mold-maker, or die-maker trainee. Earning a certificate is the first step in entering the machine tool trade. Students should consider obtaining an AAS degree to advance in their career. All credits in this program apply directly towards the machine tool technology AAS degree.
|Program Required Courses:||Minimum Credits: 30|
|CIS 100||Beginning Computer Skills||2|
|EDMT 100||Fundamentals of Tech Drawing||3|
|EDMT 103||Fundamentals of Machine Tool Operations||4|
|EDMT 105||Advanced Machine Tool Operations I||3|
|EDMT 201||Tool Construction||3|
|EDMT 220||Numerical Control Concepts||4|
|EMDT 230||Computer Aided Manufacturing w/MasterCAM||4|
|ENG 110||College Writing I||3|
|MATH 106||Technical Mathematics||4|
|Program Elective Courses:||Minimum Credits: 2|
|EDMT 101||Trends in Manufacturing||3|
|EDMT 205||Plastics Tooling Construction||3|
|EDMT 221||Advanced Numerical Control||3|
|EDMT 240||Machine Repair||2|
|WELD 120||Introduction to Welding||3|
|Minimum Total Credits: 32|
*It is essential to see a counselor regarding your program of study to verify course requirements.
To make an appointment, call 269.488.4100 (TTC) or 269.373.7800 (ACC).