Apprentice Certificate

This certificate program provides students with the foundation skills necessary to complete the academic portion of their apprenticeship. Students will learn basic technical skills required to build, install, repair, and service industrial equipment. Students who are interested in enrolling in this program must be a registered apprentice.

Source: MCC 2019-20 Catalog

CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS 24 CR. HRS.
REQUIRED COURSES – Choose One (1) Course from: 3-4 CR. HRS.
MATH 100A – Intermediate Algebra

TMAT 101A – Technical Math I

TMAT 102A – Technical Math II

TMAT 201 – Technical Math III

MATH 111 – Algebra with Coordinate Geometry (Recommended for Transfer)

ELECTIVESElectives must be chosen from the following list or have departmental approval: 20-21 CR. HRS.
AMT 129 – Introduction to Technology 3
ARE 115 – Wind Turbine and Solar Array Installation 3
CAD 110 – Introduction to Computer-Aided Drafting (2D) 3
CAD 135A – Engineering Graphics 3
CAD 150 – Blueprint Reading 3
CAD 210 – Parametric Design I – Part Modeling 3
CAD 220A – Parametric Design II – Assemblies 3
CAD 230A – Tool Design 4
CAD 240A – Product Design 4
CAD 250 – Introduction to Solidworks 3D 3
CAD 255 – Introduction to Simens NX 3
ELTC 101AL&L – Electricity-Basic 3
ELTC 103 -Residential Wiring 3
ELTC 104 – Basic Industrial Robots 3
ELTC 150 – Industrial Electricity 3
ELTC 152 – National Electric Code 3
ELTC 160L&L – Programmable Controllers 3
ELTC 203 – Advanced Programmable Controllers 3
ELTC 204 – Advanced Industrial Robots 3
ELTC 210 – Industrial Communications 3
ELTC 220 Electrical Troubleshooting 3
ELTR 101A – Electronics-Basic 4
ELTR 102B – Electronics I – Active Devices 4
ELTR 112A – Digital Electronics 4
ELTR 202B Industrial Electronic Systems 4
ELTR 211AB – Microcomputer Interfacing 4
ELTR 212A – Biomed 2 4
ELTR 214 – Biomed 1 3
ENGR 105 – Introduction to Engineering 4
HP 101 – Hydraulics/Pneumatics 3
MET 101 – Industrial Materials 3
MET 102 – Basic Cast Metals 3
MET 201 Metallurgy 3
MT 101A – Basic Machining 3
MT 102 – Intermediate Machining 3
MT 103 – Advanced Machining 3
MT 150 – Machinery Handbook 3
MT 205 – NC/CNC (Computer Numerical Control) 3
MT 206 – 2-D CAD/CAM Computer-Aided Design/Machining 3
MT 216 – 3-D CAD/CAM Computer-Aided Design/Machining 3
MT 218 – 5-Axis CNC & CMM 3
MT 220 – Machining Capstone 3
MT 240 – Basic Machine Repair 3
QC 101 – Basic Quality Control 3
QC 105 – Quality and Productivity using SPC-Statistical Process Control 3
TECH 200 – Applied Alternative and Renewable Energy 3
TECH 201 – Introduction to Mechatronics 3
TECH 290CI – Cooperative Internship 3
W 101A – Basic Welding 3
W 102A – Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG) 3
W 103A – Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (TIG) 3
W 105 – Shielded Metal Arc Welding (STICK) 3
W 201 – Structural Welding 3
W 202A – Pipe Welding 3
W 205 – Welding Automation 3
W 206 – Welding Fabrication 3
TOTAL 24

Documents for this certificate have been submitted to the Department of Education. At the time this catalog was printed this certificate had not been approved for federal financial aid funding. The approval process may take several months. Please check with MCC’s Financial Aid Office or Counseling and Advising Center for current information regarding this certificate’s eligibility for federal financial aid funding.