Precision Machining Technology
Precision Machining Technology program provides students with advanced skills that are important to the local industrial and manufacturing community, preparing them for a wide range of highly-technical careers. A precision machinist works very much like a sculptor, starting out with a large amount of material and eventually removing material to create something of great value. This program leads to an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree or a Technical Certificate.
The Maintenance Technology Department seeks to provide individuals with the basic skills and concepts necessary to install, operate, maintain, and repair electrical, mechanical, and automated systems and equipment in large commercial, medical, institutional and industrial workplaces.
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