MDCC - Precision Manufacturing & Machining Technology
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Precision Manufacturing & Machining Technology

Precision Manufacturing & Machining Technology

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Precision Manufacturing & Machining Technology

Precision Manufacturing & Machining Technology instructs its students in making computations relating to working dimensions, tooling, feeds and speeds of machinery. Instruction in the laboratory is provided in the use of lathes, shapers, milling machines, grinders; the use of precision measuring instruments such as layout tools, micrometers, and gauges; methods of machining and heat treating and testing of various metals; and the reading of blueprint parts. Advanced training is available in technical mathematics, mechanical drawing, industrial psychology, safety and shop management.

Admission Requirements

Students must submit a composite score of 14 or higher on the ACT.  Students who do not have an ACT score must score 9th grade level or higher on the TABE, Form 9/10. Exceptions may be made, with instructor permission, for students who do not meet entrance requirements.

Completion options include a Technical Certificate,  Advanced Technical Certificate and an Associate of Applied Science degree.


Course Check Sheets

Technical Certificate
Advanced Technical Certificate
Associate of Applied Science


For more information, contact

Ricky Wasson

Ricky Wasson

Precision Manufacturing & Machining Technology Instructor
Office: Allen-Foley Career-Technical Center