Applied Technology Division

Advanced Integrated Manufacturing

The Advanced Integrated Manufacturing program at Madisonville Community College will introduce students to the various techniques and processes used in today s modern manufacturing environment. The program will begin with basic safety then progress to concepts such as quality control in manufacturing, lean manufacturing (the elimination of waste) and lean six sigma (the elimination of variation in a process).


 

Advanced Integrated Technology

The Advanced Integrated Technology (AIT) program, which offers 3 certificate options, integrates various technologies in order to educate you with a diverse skill set as needed in today's high-tech settings.


Biomedical Technology Systems

The Biomedical Technology Systems (BTS) program is the only program of its type in Kentucky and prepares students how to repair, maintain, and manage a wide variety of both simple and complex medical devices, equipment, and systems utilized in a variety of settings including hospitals, clinics, doctor offices, and within the home environment.


Energy Management

100% online program with no textbooks required. All learning is done on an iPad (or other Apple approved device). Labs completed through distance learning (lab fees applied) Energy Management courses have no pre-requisites and have a bi-term (8 week) delivery. 5 national, industry-recognized certificates are embedded in the curriculum (fees for certification exams extra).


Fire/Rescue Science Technology

The Fire Rescue Science Technology Program prepares you for the challenges you will face as an emergency responder in the 21st Century.


Mining Technology

The Mining Technology program focuses on the knowledge needed to succeed in the coal mining industry. Emphasis is given to the statutory rights and safety procedures in all offerings, including the self-rescuer device, transportation controls, communication controls, mining conditions, mining methods, and mining cycle.

 


Welding Technology

Certified welders are among the highest paid of all the skilled trades. Welders join metals by applying intense heat from a gas or electric source to melt metal to form a permanent bond with or without the use of filler metals.


To learn more about MCC's Applied Technology programs please, contact: Tina Seibert @ tina.seibert@kctcs.edu or 270/824.1760270/824.1760.