Code 252 - 60 Credits
Nearly every sector of the manufacturing industry is dependent upon people with specialized machining technology training including automotive, aerospace, medical supply, furniture, metals/metal products, plastics, machinery, and even the newly developing renewable energy sector. These people work with designers to make fixtures, dies, molds and other parts that support the manufacturing process.
The Industrial Machining Technology core curriculum at Kellogg Community College prepares students to make these parts. Students may pursue either a Certificate or an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Industrial Machining Technology.
Modules within the curriculum cover:
- Blueprint Reading
- CAM and CNC Programming
- Drill Press and Band Saws
- Electronic Discharge Machining Grinding
- Layout Tools
- Machinery’s Handbook
- Machining Technology Projects
- Precision Measurement
- Surface and Cylindrical Grinding
- Turning on a Lathe
- Vertical/Horizontal Milling
In order to earn an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Industrial Machining Technology students must complete sixty (60) credits. These credits must be taken from three categories: core curriculum, general education electives, and technical electives.
Industrial Trades curricula are offered in a non-traditional, modular format. Module descriptions are not listed in the catalog. For more information about Industrial Trades modules go to the Industrial Trades page at http://www.kellogg.edu/academics/departments/industrial-trades/industrial-machining-technology/.
Industrial Trades Orientation
All students interested in taking Industrial Trades modules must complete one or more core curriculum orientation. The orientation is a core curriculum prerequisite. Students will not be able to register for modules until the orientation is completed.