TRAINING CENTER PROGRAMS
The Precision Manufacturing and Machining Program is designed with three different levels of completion. In the one-year certificate program, students learn the basic skills required for machinists. The two-year certificate program is designed to teach basic skills as well as advanced machining procedures. The Associate of Applied Science degree program is designed to teach basic skills as well as advanced machining procedures, with the addition of academic courses needed to complete the AAS degree. Progression: To meet graduation requirements for this program, students must successfully complete the specified courses listed in course of study with a "C" average (grade point average of 2.00) or better. A grade of "C" or higher is required in each MST course to progress in the program. Admission requirements, curriculum, and other program information subject to change. See your program advisor/counselor for additional information.
|Example of Class Types
Blueprint Reading, Power Machinery, Precision Layout, Computer Numerical Control
Day and Night Classes:
1 year certificate | 2 year associate's degree
Summary of Program Requirements
Attain a 16 composite score on the ACT; or Score a 251 or higher on the ACCUPLACER Reading section and a 230 or above on the Algebra section; or Earn a "C" or above in Math for Occupational Education (CTE 1113); or Complete 15 semester hours with a "C" average from an accredited college.
Mechanically Inclined, Problem Solving, able to work independently, critical thinking, manual dexterity in both arms and legs
Meridian Community College