The Precision Manufacturing and Machining Technology major is available on the Senatobia campus. This is an instructional program that prepares individuals to analyze specifications and lay out metal stock and to set up and operate machine tools to fit and assemble parts for the manufacture and repair of metalworking dies, cutting tools, fixtures, gauges, and machinist’s hand tools. Included is instruction in metal properties and in the applications and construction of tool and die designs.
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Postsecondary Precision Manufacturing and Machining Technology is designed to provide advanced and technical skills to its students. Students who wish to enter the Precision Manufacturing and Machining Technology program should contact an adviser. Students should understand that entrance is by way of an Admissions Committee. The committee has the responsibility of screening qualified program applicants who have submitted any of necessary records and credentials prior to the semester of entrance. Entrance into the program is competitive and students are required to provide their own tools. A student successfully completing the technical program will receive an Associate of Applied Science degree.
Instructor: Jeff Covington | Phone: 662-562-3393 | Office location: Technical Building III
Instructor: Jim Gilliam | Phone: 662-562-3393 | Office location: Technical Building III
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