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Precision Machining

Precision Machining Degrees from Oklahoma City Community College

Learn the skills you need to have a career in machine operations.

  • Overview
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    Studying Precision Machining through Oklahoma City Community College’s Cooperative Alliance with Francis Tuttle, Moore Norman and Mid-America Technology Centers gives you the opportunity to become a technician in any manufacturing operation nationwide.

    An associate degree in Precision Machining will lead you directly into the job market as a skilled technician in machine operations such as milling, precision grinding, setup and programming, production operations, routing, tool making and job planning.

  • Overview
    Man looking a machinery parts

    Studying Precision Machining through Oklahoma City Community College’s Cooperative Alliance with Francis Tuttle, Moore Norman and Mid-America Technology Centers gives you the opportunity to become a technician in any manufacturing operation nationwide.

    An associate degree in Precision Machining will lead you directly into the job market as a skilled technician in machine operations such as milling, precision grinding, setup and programming, production operations, routing, tool making and job planning.

  • Highlights
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    In your Precision Machining classes taught at Francis Tuttle, Moore Norman and Mid-America Technology Centers, you’ll learn the following skill sets:

    • Machine Operations
    • Milling
    • Precision Grinding
    • Setup and Programming
    • Production Operations
    • Routing
    • Tool Making
    • Job Planning

    At Oklahoma City Community College, you’ll take core academic classes in English, math, history and more.

  • Degree Options
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    Precision Machining Degree at Oklahoma City Community College

    With OCCC’s Cooperative Alliance in Precision Machining, you could earn:

    OCCC’s Cooperative Alliance program allows students to earn an associate degree in Precision Machining. In these programs you will:

    • Complete all your general education requirements at OCCC
    • Take your Precision Machining courses at Francis Tuttle, Moore Norman or Mid- America Technology Centers
  • Courses
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    Precision Machining Courses at Francis Tuttle, Moore Norman and Mid-America Technology Centers Through Oklahoma City Community College

    In addition to your general education requirements, you’ll take these Precision Machining classes:

    • Orientation to Machining
    • Machine Tool Theory
    • Precision Measurement
    • Print Reading
    • Introduction to Milling Operations
    • Milling Operations
    • Introduction to Engine Lathe Operations
    • Engine Lathe Operations

    Visit OCCC’s online course catalog for full details on Precision Machining classes and more information about Cooperative Alliance programs.

  • Faculty
    Precision Machining Faculty

    Since your core courses in Precision Machining are offered at Francis Tuttle, Moore Norman and Mid-America Technology Centers, you’ll learn from the faculty at those institutions.

  • After OCCC
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    Careers in Precision Machining

    With an associate degree in Precision Machining, you will be ready to become a technician in any manufacturing operation nationwide. You will be skilled in electronics, installing, troubleshooting and maintenance of advanced manufacturing cells.

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