Machining Technology-CNC

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Machine tool technology students learn to set up and operate all standard machine tools. Students acquire knowledge and skills in mathematics, blueprint reading, computer aided drafting, precision measuring equipment including CMM training, and computer numerical control (CNC) as well as CAD/CAM training. The Machine Tool Technology Program is accredited by the National Institute of Metalworking Skills (NIMS) (NIMS). Each student will have the opportunity to earn Level I Credentials with NIMS.

 

BMW Scholars Program

The BMW Scholars Program allows eligible students to attend class full-time at local community colleges while working part-time at BMW in order to further their education requirements, gain the necessary hands on experience, and to become viable candidates for full-time positions at BMW. Degrees currently being considered are Production AssociateMachine ToolAdvanced Manufacturing), and Automotive. Find out more information about applying to BMW Scholars by contacting Jennifer Little in Career Services at (864) 592-4808 or email career@sccsc.edu

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Machine tool technology students learn to set up and operate all standard machine tools. They acquire knowledge and skills in mathematics, blueprint reading and precision measuring equipment.
TAKE COL-101, MAT-155 AND MAT-170
    TAKE EGT-104, EGT-108, MTT-111, MTT-112, MTT-113, MTT-252
      TAKE MTT-250 WITH A GRADE OF C REQUIRED;

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        Program Information 
        View details about this program including semester schedule.

        Machine tool technology students learn to set up and operate all standard machine tools. They acquire knowledge and skills in mathematics, blueprint reading, drafting, metals and heat treatment, precision measuring equipment, and computer numerical control (CNC).
        1. TAKE COL-101, ENG-165, MAT-155 AND MAT-170 2. TAKE 1 COURSE FROM ANT-101, ECO-201,ECO-210,ECO-211, GEO-101,GEO-102,HIS-101,HIS-102,HIS-104,HIS-105, HIS-201,HIS-202,HSS-205,PSC-201,PSC-215, PSY-103,PSY-201,PSY-212,SOC-101,SOC-102,SOC-205 3. TAKE 1 COURSE FROM ART-101, ENG-201,ENG-202,ENG-205,ENG-206,ENG-208, ENG-209,FRE-102,FRE-201,FRE-202,GER-102, HSS-101, MUS-105,PHI-101,PHI-110, SPA-102, SPA-201,SPA-202,OR THE-101
          TAKE EGT-104, EGT-108,EGT-152, EGT-245, MTT-111, MTT-112, MTT-113, MTT-249, MTT-255 MTT-258, MTT-270, MTT-285
            TAKE MTT-250, MTT-252, AND MTT-254