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Machine Tool Technology Associate Degree
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Did you know more products are made in the US than in any other country? From computers to cars, every year companies in the U.S. make $1.6 trillion worth of the things we use every day. That takes a lot of people - nearly 700,000 in South Carolina and 12 million in the United States. Manufacturers routinely struggle to find qualified employees for today's high-tech, high paying jobs. Manufacturers need more workers with advanced training and skills, especially in the machine tool field.
SCHEDULING AND ENTRY OPTIONS
Day and evening classes are available. Although it is best to start in the Fall Semester when major courses begin, students may enter any term. Full-time day students usually complete requirements in five terms. Evening students should allow at least nine terms to earn the degree. General Education course requirements can be completed at any time during the program. Courses can be completed in any order subject to the completion of course prerequisites.
TRANSITION FROM HIGH SCHOOL
Advanced placement opportunities are available to those completing certain high school courses. Click here for more information.
A Machine Tool Technology degree prepares students for careers as tool and die makers, machinists, CNC operators, and quality control technicians. Anticipated average salary information is located here.