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SCC's New Pathway to Manufacturing
Transcript of SCC's New Pathway to Manufacturing
SCC's DEMT Certificate
Begins the Diversified Manufacturing Technology Program
Four introductory courses plus Math 1050/1070
Low Compass entry score requirements
Developmental skills built through contextualized practice
Hybrid classes: 50% face-to-face lab , 50% online using ToolingU
Transfer Credit to a Four-Year Degree
DEMT Associates Degree
Take one required class from each of the six areas of concentration.
Take two General Education courses.
Introduction to Quality & Continuous Improvement
Introduction to Maintenance Technology
41/2 Fridays 8 AM to 3:30 PM
Instructor: John Aden of Aden Engineering
SCC's New Pathway to Manufacturing
Introduction to Industrial Safety
T/Th 6-7:30 PM or 10:30-noon
Instructor: Doug Burks, Energy Generation
Introduction to Manufacturing Technology
Need a better job?
Curious about manufacturing?
Like to fix things?
T/Th 10:30-noon or 6-7:30 PM
Instructor: Scott Kahler, Precision Machining
Test for MSSC Safety Certificate
Take the MSSC Manufacturing Processes and Production Test
Take the MSSC Maintenance Awareness Test
Take the MSSC Quality and Measurement Test
Math 1050: Thinking Mathematically
Receive the full Certified Production Technician certification from the
Manufacturing Skills Standards Coucil
Select a variety of classes from seven concentrated areas (Drafting, Electronics, Electro/Mechanical, Energy Generation, Precision Machining, Manufacturing, and Welding).
Complete two additional General Education courses.
related SCC programs
without placement testing
Computer Aided Design Drafting
Electrical & Electromechanical Technology
Electronic Systems Technology
Energy Generation Operations
Manufacturing Engineering Technology
Precision Machining & Automation Tech.
T/Th 4-5:30 PM Milford campus
Instructor: Norm Krepps
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