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Advanced Manufacturing Technology
Major Code: 840A

Associate in Applied Science

The Advanced Manufacturing Technology degree is designed to prepare students for careers in a modern manufacturing environment. This program will prepare students with skills to work effectively in teams, as well as skills in design, production, quality, and maintenance systems within the manufacturing environment.

General Education Requirements15

  • COM100 Fundamentals of Speech Communication or
    COM121 Communication in the Workplace 3
  • ENG101 First-Year Composition I or
    ENG151 Foundations of Written Business Communication 3
  • ENG102 First-Year Composition II or
    ENG153 Business Communication-Technical Writing

    3
  • Mathematics elective 3
  • Social and Behavioral Sciences elective 3

Major Program Requirements31

  • MTT100 Safety Principles1
  • MTT101 Introduction to Machine Tool3
  • MTT102 Manual Machine Shop Operations3
  • MTT110 Print Reading for Manufacturing2
  • MTT111 Metrology/Mechanical Inspection2
  • MTT112 Metallurgy Principles2
  • MTT120 CNC Operations3
  • MTT125 CNC Mill Programming 3
  • MTT126 CNC Lathe Programming3
  • MTT200 Computer Aided Machining (CAM) I3
  • MTT201 Computer Aided Machining (CAM) II3
  • MTT202 Computer Aided Machining (CAM) III3

Electives 14

Select electives from: Auto Body Repair (ABR), Automation Technology (AMT), Automotive Technology (AUT), Business Administration (BUS), Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CAD), Construction Management (CMT), Electronics Technology (ELT), Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVA), Industrial Technology (IDT), Machine Tool Technology (MTT), Welding (WLD)

Total Semester Hours for Degree60


Major course shown in color requires minimum grade of C.

More Info.

Call the Division of Business and Career Technologies at (630) 466-7900, ext. 2263.