2010-2011 Catalog 
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2010-2011 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Precision Machine Technology Machine Tool Metal working Head Start Program, A.A.S.

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Program Code: TE550

Degree Requirements

The Associate in Applied Science degree in precision machine technology (machine tool metalworking head start program) is a twoyear curriculum designed for individuals seeking a solid background of manufacturing core experience and the  opportunity to study a wide range of skills and related disciplines necessary for positions in the current and future manufacturing industries. TE550 includes both theoretical and hands-on laboratory experiences designed to complement a four-year machinist or tool and die makers apprenticeship program. Areas of study include precision machining practices, maintenance machining, CNC/CAM/EDM, stamping dies, plastic injection mold making, and CAD. Graduates will be qualified to fill thousands of unfilled, high-paying, secure positions in the current high-tech manufacturing job market. It is possible for students to obtain desirable positions before graduation. TE550 also contains the option of transferring to a four-year manufacturing degree program. TE550 is designed to accommodate both full- or part-time students. TE550 offers both day and evening classes in all areas of study

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