Machine Tool Technology (MTT)

Machine Tool Technology

Course Information Cr Hrs
MTT-125 Machine Shop I

This is a fundamental course designed to introduce students to precision machining with emphasis on entry level employment skills.

4-2-4
MTT-135 Computer Numerical Control IThis is a fundamental course designed to introduce students to Computer Numerical Control (CNC) - Mill terminology and programming.  Practical laboratory assignments are used extensively.  4-2-4
MTT-145 Computer Aided Manufacturing I

This is a fundamental course designed to introduce students to Computer Aided Manufacturing (Mill) terminology and programming. Practical laboratory assignments are used extensively.

4-2-4
MTT-155 Machine Tool Processes I

This course is designed to introduce students to concepts of machine tool design and practice. Practical laboratory assignments are explored using jigs, fixtures and dies.

 Prerequisites: MTT 125 and MTT 135.
4-2-4
MTT-225 Machine Shop II

This course is designed to introduce students to additional fundamental concepts of machine shop operations and practices beyond those offered in Machine Shop I.  Practical laboratory assignments are explored using power saws, engine lathes, and milling machines.

 Prerequisite: MTT 125.
4-2-4
MTT-235 Computer Numerical Control II

This course is designed to introduce students to additional fundamental concepts of Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Lathe terminology and programming beyond those offered in Computer Numerical I.  Practical laboratory assignments are used extensively.

 Prerequisite: MTT 135.
4-2-4
MTT-245 Computer Aided Manufacturing II

This course is designed to introduce students to additional fundamental concepts of Computer Aided Manufacturing (Lathe) terminology and programming beyond those offered in Computer Aided Manufacturing I.  Practical laboratory assignments are used extensively.

 Prerequisite: MTT 145.
4-2-4
MTT-255 Machine Tool Processes II

This course is designed to introduce students to additional concepts of machine tool design and practice combining manual and CNC applications. Practical laboratory assignments are explored. Students must earn a Grade of “C” or better in this course to meet MTT graduation requirements.

 Prerequisites: MTT 225, MTT 235 and completion or concurrent enrollment in MTT 245.
4-2-4
MTT-260 Machinist Specialist

This course introduces students to entry level skills and knowledge of machine shop operations and practices.  Students are introduced to manual and Computer Numerical Control (CNC) lathe applications, and Computer Aided Manufacturing terminology and programming.  Students will read and interpret drawings to manufacture a product.

32-16-32
MTT-290 Co-Operative Education/Internship

This course entails a supervised work experience in the major field which provides the student with the opportunity to make practical application of the knowledge and skills attained through coursework. An individualized instructional management plan will determine goals to be accomplished. Seminars may also be required.

 Prerequisites: Completion of 30 credit hours and 2.0 GPA, or advisor’s approval. Please see the department chair of the specific program area for application.
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