Technical & Trade: Programs & Degrees

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MMCC’s Technical and Trade programs allow students to complete the necessary educational requirements for career entry in skilled trades like welding, CAD, automotive, Heating and Cooling, and plastics technology in only one to two years.

These programs are offered in a number of formats, varying in length and depth of study. The college’s rapid training certificates allow students to focus specifically on the lab and coursework related to their chosen field.

Associate degrees provide both field-specific courses as well as general education classes that lead to a two-year degree, which may flexibly transfer to a four-year institution if students choose to further their educations.

With Technical Education Centers in both Harrison and Mt. Pleasant, MMCC provides ample room for students to get experience with leading edge equipment in modernized lab spaces.

Programs, Degrees & Credentials:

Associate in Applied Sciences

Advanced Integrated Manufacturing (AIM)

A laddered program sequence covering basic engineering concepts, industrial safety and quality standards, welding, and materials and manufacturing processes. Students can complete an Associate Degree, with specializations in plastics engineering technology, welding, or machining. Also available with the AIM program is an 18-hour training credential, and a 33-hour certificate.

Program Website | Guidesheet

Associate in Applied Sciences

Automotive Technology

Automotive Service Technicians or Mechanics are responsible for inspecting, maintaining vehicles, as well as understanding computerized equipment and electronic components. Most of these employees work for auto dealers, independent repair shops or service stations.

Program Website | Guidesheet

Associate in Applied Sciences

Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CAD)

Drafters & Designers use Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD) systems to prepare technical drawings and blueprints, which are used by manufacturing, production and construction workers to build everything from machine parts to buildings and more.

Program Website | Guidesheet


Associate in Applied Sciences

Heating/ Refrigeration/AC (HRA or HVAC)

HRA Professionals install, maintain, inspect, and repair heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems. This is a hands-on field, in which professionals respond to scheduled or on-call requests for service. They may provide services to residential and commercial clients

Program Website | Guidesheet

Associate in Applied Sciences

Plastics Engineering Technology

Plastics careers range from manufacturing positions, in which plastic materials are formed and fabricated into products, to technical and engineering jobs that develop plastic materials and product designs.

Program Website | Guidesheet

Training Credential

Advanced Integrated Manufacturing (AIM)

An 18-hour training credential laddered program sequence covering basic engineering concepts, industrial safety and quality standards, welding, and materials and manufacturing processes. Also available with the AIM program is a 33-hour certificate or students can complete an Associate Degree, with specializations in plastics engineering technology, welding, or machining.

Program Website | Guidesheet

Training Credential

Geothermal Technology

MMCC offers an Advanced Credential in Geothermal Technology. This 19-credit credential is an add-on to MMCC’s HRA programs. Or, seasoned HVAC/R professionals or those holding some other HRA credential can enroll in the program.

Program Website | Guidesheet

Training Credential

HRA Heating-Electricity Specialist

HRA Professionals install, maintain, inspect, and repair heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems. This is a hands-on field, in which professionals respond to scheduled or on-call requests for service. They may provide services to residential and commercial clients

Program Website | Guidesheet


Training Credential

HRA Refrigeration-Air-Conditioning Specialist

HRA Professionals install, maintain, inspect, and repair heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems. This is a hands-on field, in which professionals respond to scheduled or on-call requests for service. They may provide services to residential and commercial clients

Program Website | Guidesheet

Certificate

Advanced Integrated Manufacturing (AIM)

A 33-hour certificate laddered program sequence covering basic engineering concepts, industrial safety and quality standards, welding, and materials and manufacturing processes. Also available with the AIM program is an 18-hour training credential or students can complete an Associate Degree, with specializations in plastics engineering technology, welding, or machining.

Program Website | Guidesheet

Certificate Program

Automotive Technology: 1-year

Automotive Service Technicians or Mechanics are responsible for inspecting, repairing and maintaining vehicles.

Program Website | Guidesheet

Certificate Program

Automotive Technology: 2-year

Automotive Service Technicians or Mechanics are responsible for inspecting, repairing and maintaining vehicles.

Program Website | Guidesheet


Certificate Program

Computer Aided Drafting (CAD)

Drafters & Designers use Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD) systems to prepare technical drawings and blueprints, which are used by manufacturing, production and construction workers to build everything from machine parts to buildings and more.

Program Website | Guidesheet

Certificate Program

Machine Tool Operator

 

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Certificate Program

Plastics Engineering Technology

Plastics careers range from manufacturing positions, in which plastic materials are formed and fabricated into products, to technical and engineering jobs that develop plastic materials and product designs.

Program Website | Guidesheet


Certificate Program

Welding Technology

Welders join pieces of metal together using heat, and they work in a wide variety of industries, from car racing to manufacturing. The work that welders do and the equipment they use vary depending on the industry.

Program Website | Guidesheet

Rapid-Training Program

Commercial Driver License (CDL) Class A

Training Program

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Rapid-Training Program

CNC Operations

160-hours skills program

Website | Guidesheet


Rapid-Training Program

Electrical Apprentice Training

Training Program

Website

Rapid-Training Program

Manufacturing/Plastics Program

120-hours skills program

Website | Guidesheet

Rapid-Training Program

Manufacturing Skills for the Shop Floor

20.5 program hours

Website | Brochure


Rapid-Training Program

Welding

120-hours skills program

Website | Guidesheet

 
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