MCC CURRICULUM OVERVIEW

PRECISION MACHINING

CERTIFICATE PROGRAM - Certificate Program

Program Code: PM02

Distribution RequirementsCredit Hours
FIRST SEMESTER: 15 Credit Hours
TAM 101 Machine Shop Theory I3
TAM 105 Machine Project Laboratory OR TOOLING & MACHINING ELECTIVE3
TAM 121 Mathematics for Machinists I3
TAM 131 Machine Shop Print Reading I3
TAM 141 Machine Shop Laboratory3
Total 15
SECOND SEMESTER: 17-18 Credit Hours
ENG 101 College Composition OR
ENG 200 Advanced Composition OR
CRC 101 Practical Computer Literacy
3
TAM 123 Mathematics for Machinists II OR TOOLING & MACHINING ELECTIVE3
TAM 132 Machine Shop Print Reading II3
TAM 139 CNC Vertical Machine Tool Programming I3
TAM 142 CNC Mill Setup OR
TAM 143 CNC Lathe Setup

3
TAM 205 CNC Machine Project Laboratory OR
TOOLING & MACHINING ELECTIVE
2-3
Total 17-18
TOTAL CREDITS 32-33
TOOLING & MACHINING ELECTIVES:
TAM 115 Principles of Metallurgy 3
TAM 138 Dimensional Metrology 3
TAM 142 CNC Mill Setup 3
TAM 143 CNC Lathe Setup 3
TAM 151 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing for Machinists 3
TAM 155 Tool and Fixture Design*3
TAM 241 Advanced Machine Shop Laboratory3
TAM 242 Machine Shop Practice IV*3
TAM 245 Computer Aided Manufacturing 3
TAM 246 Computer Aided Manufacturing 23
TAM 251 Statistical Process Control (SPC) for Machinists 3
TAM 255 Computer Aided Manufacturing Laboratory3
*Additional Recommended Courses for Apprenticeship Training
NOTE: Students currently working in the precision machining industry may substitute a TAM elective for TAM 123, based on work experience and approval of a faculty advisor.
All students enrolled in the program should take the MCC placement exam for advisement prior to registration. It is recommended that students have a minimum of 2 years of high school math or place MTH 104 or higher on the placement exam prior to enrolling in this program. Please seek advisement from the TAM/OPT Coordinator or faculty prior to registration. Call 585-292-3725 for advisement times.

Program Page Printed on: 01/26/2020