Degree Options

The Allan Hancock College Machine Technology program offers degrees in the following:

General Machining

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A major of 33 units is required for the certificate. Required core courses (17 units):

MT 109 Survey of Machining 4 units
MT 110 CNC Principles and Practices 4 units
MT 330 Print Reading and Interpretation 3 units
MT 381 Industrial Mathematics 3 units
WLD T 106 Beginning Welding 3 units
     
  Plus 16 units in the following area of specialization:  
MT 315 ABCD Industrial Machining 4 units
  Production Machining 4 units
  General Machining 4 units
  Maintenance Machining 4 units

Maintenance Machining

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A major of 33 units is required for the certificate. Required core courses (17 units):
MT 109 Survey of Machining 4 units
MT 110 CNC Principles and Practices 4 units
MT 330 Print Reading and Interpretation 3 units
MT 381 Industrial Mathematics 3 units
WLD T 107 Advanced Welding 3 units
     
  Plus 16 units in the following area of specialization:  
MT 315 ABCD Industrial Machining 4 units
  Production Machining 4 units
  General Machining 4 units
  Maintenance Machining 4 units

Production Machining

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A major of 27 units is required for the certificate. Required core courses (11 units):
MT 109 Survey of Machining 4 units
MT 110 CNC Principles and Practices 4 units
MT 330 Print Reading and Interpretation 3 units
     
  Plus 16 units in the following area of specialization:  
MT 315 ABCD Industrial Machining 4 units
  Production Machining 4 units
  General Machining 4 units
  Maintenance Machining 4 units

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