Manufacturing Technician, Career Pathway certificate
- Do you like to work with your hands and want to play a critical role in seeing designs come to life?
- Are you interested in a program that is designed around your needs – with flexible, self-paced options?
- Do you want to gain valuable skills and knowledge sought after in the industry – to enter the manufacturing field or advance your current career options?
The Manufacturing Career Pathway certificate prepares you to enter into the booming manufacturing field in an entry-level position as a Machine Operator, Team Assembler, or Technician position. It also builds towards the skills needed to become a skilled CNC turning and milling machinist and tool and die maker.
|Award||Length||Financial aid eligible||Currently accepting students?|
|Career Pathway Certificate: Manufacturing Technician||Less than 1 year||Limited entry, see how|
to get into this program
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Finish your degree
The Manufacturing Technician Career Pathway Certificate leads to additional Machine Manufacturing Technology certificates and degrees. Continue your education to give yourself more job opportunities and career advancement.
Is it for me?
This certificate is perfect for high school graduates (and high school equivalency). Recommended placement into Reading 90, Writing 90, MTH 20. If you do not meet all the placement recommendations, contact us for other options.
Course listing for the 2021-2022 catalog year.
|MCH 100||Machine Tool Basics||1|
|MCH 110B||Blueprint Reading for Machine Manufacturing 1||3|
|MCH 115A||Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing I 2||2|
|MCH 120||Machine Shop Math||2|
|MCH 121||Manufacturing Processes I||5|
|MCH 130||Machine Shop Trigonometry||2.5|
MCH 110B requirement may be met by the completion of MCH 105 and MCH 110.
MCH 115A requirement may be met by the completion of MCH 115.
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Limited entry awards have an additional application process. Learn about the prerequisite requirements for the Machine Manufacturing program.