Machine Tool Technology CC
Industrial Technology Department | 3 CC - Certificate of Completion | 1 year
Earn a Machine Tool Technology certificate from Clackamas Community College and learn to use many machines, tools and software to create industrial products.
The Machine Tool Technology program will prepare you for high-tech manufacturing careers, where you'll produce industrial products and use computer-aided machine tool technology such as CAD and CAM software. You'll gain hands-on experience and skill for a variety of machinery and a wide range of measuring and inspection techniques to achieve the highest quality product.
Machine Tool Technology Core Requirements
Complete the following Core Requirements
- Print Reading
- Industrial Safety & First Aid
- Computer Literacy for Technicians
- Technical Mathematics II
- Manual Machining I
- Manual Machining II
- Manual Machining III
- CNC I: Set-Up and Operation
- CNC II: Programming and Operation
- CNC III: Applied Programming and Operation
- CAD/CAM I
Computation Related Instruction
- Technical Mathematics I
Communication Related Instruction
- Workplace Writing
Human Relations Related Instruction
Complete 3 credits. See catalog for approved Related Instruction Courses.
*Substitute college transfer courses for these courses if you plan to continue your education at a higher education institution. It is recommended that you consult with a faculty advisor or a staff member in Student Services for the transfer requirements of the specific advanced program or school.
Oregon Tech Transfer Courses
The CCC Industrial Technology Department, in partnership with Oregon Tech, offers a number of transferable classes into Oregon Tech's Electronics Engineering Technology degree program. For information contact the Industrial Technology Department, 503-594-3318.
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