Machine Tool Technology: CC
Students in the Machine Tool Technology program will learn to use machine tools, such as lathes, milling machines, and grinders, to produce precision metal parts, instruments, and tools. Coursework will include both computer-controlled and mechanically controlled machine tools, and covers the complete manufacturing process including blueprint reading, material selection, tool setup and operation, and final finish and testing of machined parts.
The need for machinists is expected to grow in UT, creating demand for trained and skilled workers in this field. USU Eastern will provide you with the training and certification needed to start your career in this in demand industry.
Machine Tool Technology is only offered on the Price Campus.
General Education Requirements
Math (choose one - 3 or 4 cr.)
Human Relations or Social Science (choose one - 3 cr.)
Machine Tool Technology Courses
MACH 1010 - Machine Tool Technology I 3 cr.
MACH 1020 - Machine Tool Technology II 3 cr.
MACH 1030 - Machine Tool Technology III 3 cr.
MACH 1040 - Machine Tool Technology IV 3 cr.
MACH 1050 - Machine Tool Technology V 3 cr.
EDDT 1040 - CAD Level I: Intro to CAD 3cr.
WELD 1010 - Beginning Shielded Metal Arc Welding 3 cr.
WELD 2600 - Metallurgy 3 cr.
Blueprint Courses (choose one - 2 or 3 cr.)
Printable Degree Plan: Machine Tool Technology - CC, Degree Sheet
Apply to Utah State University
(If you have perviously attended USU or have completed concurrent enrollment courses there is no need to re-apply.)
Meet placement requirements for Math and English.
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