Machine Tool Technology

CPTR 1000 Introduction To Computers
An introductory study of computer system components, operating system environments.  Internet concepts, and security issues. Includes a hands-on study emphasizing computer hardware and various operating systems features.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 45

MTTC 2110 Blueprint Reading
Identify types and uses of blueprints, identifying lines, and interpreting views, dimensions and tolerances.
Prerequisites: Student must pass entrance exam for college.

Lecture Hours 2 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 75

MTTC 2120 Introduction To Machine Tools
Use of layout tools, precision measuring tools, applied shop math, hand tools, grinders and grinding wheels.
Prerequisites: Student is required to pass entrance exam for the college and MTTC 2110.

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 3 Total Credits 6 Clock Hours 180

MTTC 2210 Bench Work
To study and learn the techniques of manufacturing mechanical parts using layout tools, precision measuring tools, and various types of measuring instruments.
Prerequisites: Student is required to pass entrance exam for the college and MTTC 2110.

Lecture Hours 2 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 75

MTTC 2220 Forming and Shaping
Identification and use of hydraulic and arbor presses and accessories. Manufacture and assembly of precision machine parts using hydraulic and arbor presses. Learn the associated geometry of Cutting Tools and the proper use of Carbide Inserts and Tooling.
Prerequisites: Student must complete satisfactorily, entrance exam, and MTTC 2110 

Lecture Hours 2 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 60

MTTC 2230 Drill Press
Identify types and uses of drill presses, parts and controls. Manufacture mechanical parts using drilling, boring, and tapping operations.
Prerequisites: Student must complete entrance exam, MTTC 2110, MTTC 2120.

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 3 Total Credits 6 Clock Hours 180

MTTC 2310 Basic Lathe 1
Identifying types of lathes, accessories, parts and controls. 
Calculate proper feeds and speeds. Learn facing, turning, drilling, reaming, and boring operations. Sharpen cutting tools. Manufacture mechanical parts using turning, facing, drilling, reaming and boring operations.
Prerequisites: Student must complete satisfactorily the entrance exam, MTTC 2110, MTTC 2120.

Lecture Hours 2 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 4 Clock Hours 90

MTTC 2320 Basic Lathe 2
Learn proper feeds and speeds for knurling, boring, taper-turning, and thread cutting. Learn how to use steady rest, follow rest, and taper attachment. Manufacture mechanical parts using boring and counter- boring operations, steady- rest, and follow rest setups, filing and polishing, knurling and thread forming operations. Learn the use of indexable carbide tooling.
Prerequisites: Student must complete satisfactorily, entrance exam, MTTC 2110, MTTC2120.

Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 3 Total Credits 4 Clock Hours 150

MTTC 2331 Advanced Lathe
Perform precision cutting of tapers, advanced threading operations, multi-lead threading, and other advanced cutting operations.
Prerequisites: Student must complete satisfactorily, entrance exam, MTTC 2110, MTTC2120, MTTC 2310, MTTC 2320.

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 4 Total Credits 4 Clock Hours 180

MTTC 2410 Basic Mill 1
Identifying types of milling machines, accessories, parts, and controls. Learning to mill to length, squaring part, milling set-ups, associated cutting tool, and calculate proper feeds and speeds. Learn to realign a vertical milling head. Square up milling vise. Manufacture 3-D parts using a milling process. Manufacture mechanical parts that include, key-seats, and gang-milling procedures.
Prerequisites: Student is required to pass entrance exam for the college, and complete MTTC 2110, MTTC 2120.

Lecture Hours 2 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 4 Clock Hours 90

MTTC 2420 Basic Mill 2
Learn indexing procedures using rotary table and dividing heads.
Manufacture parts using milling machines and its accessories.
Prerequisites: Student is required to pass entrance exam for the college, and complete MTTC 2110, MTTC 2120.

Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 3 Total Credits 4 Clock Hours 150

MTTC 2431 Advanced Mill
Perform multi-angular set-ups, gear cutting, advanced indexing operations and other advanced cutting operations.
Prerequisites: Student is required to pass entrance exam for the college, and complete MTTC 2110, MTTC 2120, MTTC 2410, MTTC 2420.

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 4 Total Credits 4 Clock Hours 180

MTTC 2510 Precision Grinding
Identifying types of grinders and accessories. Perform set-up operations, wheel dressing and maintenance, proper uses of surface grinders and tool grinders, perform precision grinding operations.
Prerequisites: Student must complete satisfactorily entrance exam, MTTC 2110, MTTC 2120.

Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 60

MTTC 2710 CNC
Identify coding used in CNC technology. Write CNC programs. Install programs in CNC machines. Manufacture parts using CNC technology.
Prerequisites: Student is required to pass entrance exam for the college, MTTC 2110. MTTC 2120, MTTC 2310, MTTC 2410.

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 3 Total Credits 6 Clock Hours 180

JOBS 2450 Job Seeking Skills
This course is required of all Technical Diploma and Associate Degree students and should be taken during their last semester of enrollment prior to completion of diploma/degree requirements.
PREREQUISITES: ORNT 1000

Lecture Hours 2 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 30

CSRV 1000 Customer Service
This course is intended to help participants' progress from learning about themselves, to learning how to relate to their internal customers as well as their external customers in the workplace.
PREREQUISITES: Consent of instructor

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

CSRV 2000 Customer Service
The assessment to earn sales certification measures and validates
knowledge in the following areas: prepares for selling, gains customer commitment and closes the sale,
develops and implements sales and follow-up plan. The interactive curriculum is built upon the national
sales standards. Upon completion of the course students will be eligible to schedule the NRF National
Professional Certification in Sales. Successful candidates prove their demonstration of knowledge and
skills important to successful employment in sales and service centers and will receive a certification
and a pin. These credentials are portable from state to state since this is a national certification. 
PREREQUISITES: Customer Service 1000

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credit Hours 3 Clock Hours 45

ENTP 1000 Fundamentals Of Entrepreneurship
This course is an introduction to the entrepreneurial process and the skills needed to plan, organize, manage, operate and finance a small business.
PREREQUISITES: Consent of instructor

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credit Hours 3 Clock Hours 45

MTTC 2991 Special Projects 1
A course designed for the student who has demonstrated specific special needs.
PREREQUISITES: Consent of instructor

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 1 Clock Hours 30

MTTC 2993 Special Projects 2
A course designed for the student who has demonstrated specific special needs.
PREREQUISITES: Consent of instructor

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 60

MTTC 2995 Special Projects 3
A course designed for the student who has demonstrated specific special needs.
PREREQUISITES: Consent of instructor

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 3 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 90

MTTC 2996 Special Projects 4
A course designed for the student who has demonstrated specific special needs.
PREREQUISITES: Consent of instructor

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

MTTC 2997 Practicum
A Practicum provides supervised on-the-job work experience related to the student's education objectives. Students participating in Practicum do not receive compensation.
PREREQUISITES: Consent of instructor

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 3 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 135

MTTC 2999 Cooperative Education
Cooperative Education provides supervised on-the-job work experience related to the student's educational objectives.  Students participating in Cooperative Education receive compensation for their work.
PREREQUISITES: Consent of instructor

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 3 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 135