AAS Manufacturing Technology
Academic Plan Code
Manufacturing Technology Track II CNC Machining
The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Manufacturing Technology helps prepare students for employment as technicians and managers in the manufacturing industry. The program provides skills in computer programming and operation for current and future needs of the manufacturing industry. Students also gain knowledge, skills, and experience in traditional machining and manufacturing processes. The program is comprised of specialized curriculum in manufacturing technology, emphasizing mathematical and scientific theory, and a general education component.
GTC107 Technical Mathematics I (3) OR
satisfactory score on math placement test 0-3
Course Sequence by Term
The following is a suggested course sequence by term for the pathway. Students should keep in mind the items below that affect their success in completing the pathway as listed:
- The course sequence is laid out by suggested term. It is understood that students may enter the program at different times of the year.
- Academic achievement is related to initial course placement determined by course placement tests, completion of 100-200 level course pre-/corequisites, any courses below 100 level, and program prerequisites.
- Students should meet with an academic advisor, or program director, or counselor who can assist in assessing student needs that may affect course enrollment. Appropriate resources can be discussed and agreed to in order to address student needs and support successful course completion.
Program Area Key:
- Critical Rdg = Critical Reading
- FYC = First Year Composition
- HUM = Humanities and Fine Arts
- Mathematics = Mathematics
- NS = Natural Science
- Oral Comm = Oral Communication
- PP = Program Prerequisite
- SB = Social & Behavioral Sciences
- RC = Required Courses
- RE = Restricted Electives
Course Sequence total credits may differ from the program information located on the MCCCD curriculum website due to program and system design.
|Prerequiisite||GTC107||Technical Mathematics I||0–3|
|RC||MET100AA||Tool Room I: Introduction to Machine Processes||2|
|RC||MET109||Machine Trades Print Reading||(Math assessment score on District placement exam into MAT090 or MAT091 or MAT092 or higher) or permission of Department or Division.||3|
|RC||MET112||Inspection Techniques||Prerequisites: (Math assessment score on District placement exam into MAT090 or MAT091 or MAT092 or higher) or permission of Department or Division. Prerequisites or Corequisites: MET109.||3|
|RC||MET231||Manufacturing Processes and Materials||Prerequisites: (Math assessment score on District placement exam into MAT090 or MAT091 or MAT092 or higher) and MET112, or permission of Department or Division. Prerequisites or Corequisites: MET113.||3|
|Industrial Safety or
Industrial Safety or
|First-Year Composition or
First-Year Composition for ESL
|Mathematics||GTC108||Technical Mathematics II||GTC/MET107 OR permission of instructor||3|
|RC||MET113||Applied Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerance||3|
|First-Year Composition or
First-Year Composition for ESL or
Technical and Professional Writing or
|RC||MET207||CNC Mill: Operator Training I||Prerequisites: MET231 or permission of Program Director. Prerequisites or Corequisites: GTC/MET206 or permission of Program Director.||3|
|RC||GTC216||Properties of Materials||3|
|Critical Rdg||CRE101||College Critical Reading and Critical Thinking||(A grade of "C" or better in ENG101 or ENG107) and (appropriate reading placement test score or a grade of "C" or better in RDG091 or RDG095 or RDG100 or RDG111 or RDG112 or RDG113 or permission of Instructor).||Or equivalent as indicated by assessment||0–3|
|RC||GTC206||CNC Programming||Prerequisites: MET231 or machine shop experience or permission of Program Director.||3|
|RC||MET208||CNC Lathe: Operator Training I||Prerequisites: MET231 or permission of Program Director. Prerequisites or Corequisites: GTC/MET206 or permission of Program Director.||3|
|Oral Comm||COM100 or
|Introduction to Human Communication or
Interpersonal Communication or
Small Group Communication
|NS||Natural Sciences||Any approved General Education course in the Natural Sciences area||4|
|RC||DFT105AA||Computer Aided Drafting I: AutoCAD||3|
|RC||MET209||CNC Mill: Operator Training II||Prerequisites: (GTC/MET206 and MET207) or permission of Department or Division.||3|
|RC||MET210||CNC Lathe: Operator Training II||Prerequisites: (GTC/MET206 and MET208) or permission of Department or Division.||3|
|HU||Humanities & Fine Arts||Any approved General Education course in the Humanities & Fine Arts area||3|
|SB||Social & Behavioral Sciences||Any approved course in the Social & Behavioral Sciences area||3|
|Cooperative Education or
|Completion of at least twelve (12) college credits, minimum 2.6 grade point average, and be able to obtain a position related to student's academic or career goals, (student's present job may qualify) OR permission of instructor||Any GTC296 or GTC298 module||1–4|
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