MATC Manual Machining Certificate

MANUAL MACHINING PROGRAM DESCRIPTION
The Manual Machining One-Year Certificate of Completion program is a self-directed, outcome-based program designed to prepare students for technician-level employment in manual machining in a manufacturing environment. The program is offered exclusively at the Manufacturing and Applied Technology Center (MATC) at COCC's Redmond Campus.

Departmental approval is required for enrollment at the Manufacturing and Applied Technology Center.

Building on a strong foundation of blueprint reading, metals preparation and quality assurance topics, students learn about manual machining by understanding setup and operation of hand tools and manual machines such as drills, saws, mills and lathes.

All credits required to satisfy the requirements of this One-Year Certificate can also be applied towards the Associate of Applied Science degree in Manufacturing Technology.

ONE YEAR MANUAL MACHINING CERTIFICATE

Suggested Course Sequence

TERM 1:  
MAN I 3 CREDITS
WELD I 3 CREDITS
 MATH 85 4 CREDITS
 DRILL PRESS 2 CREDITS
BLUEPRINT READING 2 CREDITS
TERM 2:  
MAN II 3 CREDITS
MAN III 3 CREDITS
METALS PREP 202 2 CREDITS
DESIGN PROCESSES 115 2 CREDITS
CIS 70 2 CREDITS
 TERM 3:  
VERTICAL MILL 2 CREDITS
LATHE I 2 CREDITS
LATHE II 2 CREDITS
QUALITY ASSURANCE 133 2 CREDITS
LAYOUT 203 2 CREDITS
WR 60 4 CREDITS


TRANSFER INFORMATION
This certificate/degree is designed for students planning to enter their chosen career upon graduation. Often only selected credits are considered transferrable to public or private baccalaureate institutions. Prior to starting any MATC program, students are advised to contact the institution they intend to transfer to and identify what credits may be transferable.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
Regional Employment Projections from OLMIS (Oregon Labor Market Information System) indicate that jobs as are expected to grow at a somewhat faster rate than the statewide average. Total job openings are projected to be somewhat higher than the statewide average. Jobs as Tool and Diemakers are expected to grow at a somewhat faster rate than the statewide average.

CERTIFICATE ADVISING INFORMATION

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Manual Machining Certificate

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