Precision Machine Technology C.A.S.

The Precision Machine Technology Certificate of Applied Science program provides instruction in the theory and operation of mills and lathes, both manual and CNC, other tools related to the machinist trade, and associated programming. Students can earn NIMS credentials in all phases of the training. Upon completion of this program, students will enter employment in the machining industry, pursue apprenticeship in machining, or further their education toward higher academic degrees.

Certificate of Applied Science - Precision Machine Technology

Missoula College

Degree Specific Credits: 35

Required Cumulative GPA: 2.0

Catalog Year: 2020-21

Summary

Code

Title

Hours

Required Courses

35

Total Hours

35


Required Courses

Code

Title

Hours

Complete all of the following courses:

BMGT 242

Front Line Supervision

3

MCH 101

Introduction to Manufacturing Processes

1

MCH 102

Introduction to Manufacturing Materials

2

MCH 120

Blueprint Reading & Interpretation for Machining

3

MCH 122

Introduction to CAM

3

MCH 125

Introduction to CNC Lathes

3

MCH 127

Introduction to CNC Mills

3

MCH 129

Machine Quality Control and Precision Measurements

3

MCH 130

Machine Shop

3

MCH 132

Introduction to Manual Engine Lathes

4

MCH 134

Introduction to Manual Mills

4

WRIT 121

Intro to Technical Writing

3

Total Hours

35

Minimum Required Grade: C-