Machine Tooling Certificate of Achievement


The COA.MACH.TOOL certificate prepares graduates for entry-level positions in manual machining, grinding, machine set-up, quality control/inspection, print reading, safety practices and associated machine shop tasks.

Program Learning Outcomes

  • Express and implement all safety rules and procedures across the full scope of machining, welding and fabrication disciplines.
  • Recognize the theory and application of precision measurement and be able to apply these skills in a professional work environment.
  • Design, specify materials and construct fabricated mechanisms & structures using various measurements, machining, material-joining and fabrication techniques for application in a professional environment.

Career Pathways:

      Entry Level: Floor Assembler, Machinist, Machine Operator, Manufacturing Technician

First Semester

DFT-107Drafting I


MFG-119Pro/Engineer Design I


MFG-122Machine Tool Principles I


Total Credit Hours:8
MFG-119: Offered only in first half of fall semesters.

Second Semester

MFG-222Machine Tool Principles II


DFT-210Computer Aided Drafting I


Total Credit Hours:6

MFG-222: Offered only in spring semesters.

Total Credit Hours: 14

Specific Program Notes

Students enrolled in this program ARE NOT REQUIRED to successfully complete a course in basic algebra if indicated by Placement Testing.