Brian Warren, Program Coordinator/Instructor
The Precision Machining Engineering Technology Program is designed with three different levels of completion. In the one-year certificate program, students learn the basic skills required for machinists. The two-year certificate program is designed to teach basic skills as well as advanced manufacturing procedures in the area of Computer Numerical Control (CNC). The two-year Associate of Applied Science degree program is a continuation of advanced skills, as well as academic courses needed to complete an Associate of Applied Science degree.
Progression: To meet graduation requirements for this program, students must successfully complete the specified courses listed below with a “C” average (GPA of 2.00) or better. A grade of “C” or higher is required in each MST course to progress in the program.
Minimum admission requirements (in addition to general admission requirements):
Attain a 16 composite score on the ACT;
Score 251 or higher on the ACCUPLACER NG Reading Section and 230 or above on the ACCUPLACER NG Algebra Section;
Earn a “C” or above in CTE 1113 - Occupational Math ;
Complete 15 semester hours with a “C” average or above from an accredited college or university. Developmental coursework does not satisfy this requirement.
To be considered full-time, students in the Precision Machining Engineering Technology Program must be enrolled in 15 or more semester credit hours at MCC.
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