A study in the field of machine and metals technology is designed as preparation for entrance into metalworking occupations. Graduates may enter the fields dealing with industrial production, prototype construction, special die work, or research and development. The courses in welding are designed to provide an opportunity for the development of skills, knowledge, and experience for employment in the occupation and as auxiliary experience for persons in other majors.
Certified Welder, Lathe Operator, Machinist, Machinist Apprentice, Mechanical Technician, Numerical Control Operator, Production Welder, Tool and Die Maker, Tool Company Representative, Welder Fabricator, Welding Technician Certificate of Achievement in Machine and Metals Technology, Occupational This program is offered only at the Indian Valley Campus. A Certificate of Achievement is awarded for satisfactory completion of all courses. To receive an Associate of Science degree, a student must complete a total of 60 units and fulfill all major general education and graduation requirements. Students should see a counselor to arrange a program of study. Please note: Students may choose English 120, 120SL, or 150 to complete the Associate degree. Transfer students, however, are advised to complete English 150. All students should consult a counselor.