Program Outcome - MTT


A student successfully completing this program will be able to do the following:
 
  • Apply occupational health and safety standards (OSHA) related to the machine tool industry. 
  • Communicate using proper technical terms and descriptions.
  • Demonstrate a commitment to life-long learning through formal education, on-the-job in-service or independent participation in other trade/technical resources.
  • Demonstrate setup and operation of conventional machine tools. 
  • Develop entry level CNC programs without the assistance of programming software.
  • Develop written inspection plans for first article and final inspection tasks. 
  • Develop written setup instructions for CNC Vertical Milling Machine Tools.
  • Evaluate machined components utilizing current ASME standards. 
  • Evaluate machined components utilizing precision measurement tools found in a modern machine shop.
  • Exhibit a high standard of workmanship. 
  • Integrate learning experiences gained from the general education courses to the practice of the machine tool trade.
  • Interpret engineering drawings utilizing current ASME standards. 
  • Perform algebraic and trigonometric calculations to establish machining conditions.
  • Read and comprehend technical manuals. 
  • Read and comprehend written work instructions.
  • Select and use proper cutting tools in a conventional machine shop setting. 
  • Select and use the proper measurement tools found in a conventional machine shop setting.
  • Sit for the NIMS Level 1 Conventional Milling Certification. 
  • Sit for the NIMS Level 1 Conventional Turning Certification.
  • Sit for the NIMS Measurement, Materials and Safety Certification. 
  • Understand the natural laws of physics as they pertain to the trade.
  • Work cooperatively and collaboratively on projects.