The Machine Tool Technology program provides training for students who plan to enter the machine trades field and upgrading for those in the field who desire additional skills. The program is competency based, allowing students to enter at their own level and progress at their own pace. Hands-on learning is stressed, allowing students to take as many laboratory hours as possible.
Machine Tool Technology is a discipline in the Career and Technical Education division.
Current MTT course offerings:
|MTT-105||Machine Shop I|
|MTT-106||Machine Shop Practice I|
|MTT-110||Machine Shop II|
|MTT-111||Machine Shop Practice II|
|MTT-230||Computer Numerical Control I|
|MTT-232||Computer Numerical Control II|
|MTT-250||Machine Shop III|
|MTT-251||Machine Shop Practice III|
|MTT-260||Machine Shop IV|
|MTT-262||Machine Shop Practice IV|
|MTT-292||Computer-Aided Manufacturing I|
|MTT-293||Computer-Aided Manufacturing II|