APPRENTICE TRAINING: MACHINE TRADES
School(s):MCC Program Code: PM03
CIP Code: 48.0503
NYSED Code (BRI): 21512
New, Transfer, or Re-admit students should contact Admissions at (585) 292-2200 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This program is designed to prepare apprentices in advanced manufacturing fields for career advancements in their apprenticeship program. It will provide graduates with related technical instruction for their apprenticeship program that includes hands-on skill training, theory-based coursework and advanced manufacturing technologies required by employers and sponsors of apprenticeship programs.
Students in the program will be able to leverage their on-the-job (OJT) training experience for up to 24 college credits depending on their approved apprenticeship training program. This degree will help graduates/apprentices move into positions such as journey-worker status, engineering design, programming and leadership roles within companies in the region. Student must be in an approved apprenticeship program.
Program Learning Outcomes
1. Demonstrate necessary soft skills to acquire a job within a manufacturing industry.
2. Perform manual machine part production to industry standards.
3. Perform computer numerical machine part production to industry standards.
4. Demonstrate measurement techniques necessary for successful employment.
5. Compose machine tool programs necessary for successful employment.
6. Demonstrate written technical communication skills.
7. Apply mathematical skills to solve industrial problems
8. Interpret engineering models for part production.
9. Follow standard safety practices used in industry.
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Requirements for Program Entrance
Pre-Algebra (1 year high school math or placement into Level 3 Math at MCC).
The Associate in Applied Science Degree Program compliments apprentice training by adding theoretical learning in the technologies to the applied learning received on the job. In addition, the degree program offers an academically and personally enriching experience through a series of courses in the liberal arts and sciences.
Up to 12 college credit hours may be awarded toward the degree for on-the-job training performed during the apprenticeship. These credit hours will be awarded only after completion of the MCC program of study and submission of the journeyman certificate. The amount of credit will be based upon the recommendation of the Apprentice Training Evaluation Committee.
Students interested in this program may also be interested in the Precision Machining program.
(Housed in the Applied Technologies Department)
|Distribution Requirements||Credit Hours|
|TAM 101 Machine Theory I|
|TAM 131 Machine Shop Print Reading I|
|TAM 121 Mathematics for Machinists I|
First Semester Total:
|TAM 132 Machine Shop Print Reading II|
|TAM 171 Machine Trades Apprentice Training I|
Second Semester Total:
|TAM 141 Machine Shop Laboratory|
| ENG 101 College Composition OR|
ENG 200 Advanced Composition
| SPC 141 Interpersonal Speech Communication OR|
SPC 142 Public Speaking OR
SPC 144 Communication and Crisis
Third Semester Total:
|TAM 172 Machine Trades Apprentice Training II|
|MCC General Education - Health and Wellness (MCC-HW)|
Fourth Semester Total:
|TEK 145 Career Communications|
|ECO 101 Introduction to Economics|
|GEO 103 Great Mysteries of the Earth OR|
GEO 105 Astronomy OR
GEO 108 Dangerous Earth
Fifth Semester Total:
|TAM 173 Machine Trades Apprentice Training III|
Sixth Semester Total:
|BIO 116 Introduction to Environmental Science|
|SUNY GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE|
Seventh Semester Total:
|TAM 174 Machine Trades Apprentice Training IV|
Eighth Semester Total:
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