Precision Machining A.A.S.

Advisors – Ayers Campus: Steve Caldwell, Machine Tool Building (256.835.5417) scaldwell@gadsdenstate.edu
East Broad Campus: David Smith, Machine Technology Building (256.549.8644) dsmith@gadsdenstate.edu; Jeff Gaither, Machine Technology Building jgaither@gadsdenstate.edu

NOTICE(s):  For the A.A.S. Degree in Precision Machining, the student must complete a minimum of 73 credit hours—a minimum of 58 in technical courses and a minimum of 15 in general education courses—all of which must be approved by the advisor. A maximum of 9 credit hours of technical electives may be selected from any approved area of Engineering Technology programs with prior written approval from the student's major advisor. Admission Requirement: High school diploma or GED. 

The courses in this program of study may not be offered every semester.  It is important to consult with your advisor to determine course schedules to stay on track to graduate.

The student is responsible for verifying the transferability of credit in this program to a senior institution with the appropriate senior institution advisor.

Area I — Written Composition

Item #
Title
hours
Sub-Total hours
3

Area II — Humanities and Fine Arts

Item #
Title
hours
Humanities/Fine Arts Elective  +
3
Sub-Total hours
3

Area III — Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Item #
Title
hours
MTH 100: Intermediate College Algebra OR numerically higher  +
3
Sub-Total hours
6

Area IV — History, Social and Behavioral Sciences

Item #
Title
hours
History, Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective  +
3
Sub-Total hours
3
Total credits:
73

Overview

Program

Type

Associate in Applied Science Degree