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CNC Manufacturing Certificates 1 & 2

Last updated 4/9/2014

Certificate Code 5980 and 5981

Program Contacts:
QC Campus
Adebayo Badmos, 309-796-5280, badmosa@bhc.edu
First Stop Center, 309-796-5100
Accelerating Opportunity I-CAPS Contact Person(s): Special Populations Coordinator, Jennifer Holldorf,
309-796-5133, holldorfj@bhc.edu
Adult Education Career Advisor, Kathy McCabe, 309-796-8229, mccabek@bhc.edu


Graduates of the CNC Manufacturing Certificates will be equipped with industry knowledge and skills to work as entry level CNC Machinists and Operators. CNC Machinists and Operators setup and operate a variety of computer-controlled or mechanically-controlled machine tools to produce precision parts, instruments, and tools. They work in machine shops, tool rooms, and on factory floors.

The program is divided into two separate certificates: CNC Manufacturing Certificate 1 and CNC Manufacturing Certificate 2 in order to allow flexibility for employment opportunities.

Completion of the CNC Manufacturing Certificate 1 is a prerequisite for CNC Manufacturing Certificate 2, and students are strongly encouraged to complete both certificates.

The CNC Manufacturing Certificate is also part of the Accelerating Opportunity I-CAPS initiative targeted for students who also participate in an additional required support class.

CNC Manufacturing Certificate 1
Certificate Code 5980
Course of Study Outline – (Credit Hours)

Fall Semester
*ENGT 101 — Blueprint/Schematic Reading (1st 8 weeks) (3)
ENGT 104 — Fundamentals of Machining (1st 8 weeks) (2)
ENGT 180 — Introductory CNC (2nd 8 weeks) (3)
ENGT 186 — Introductory CNC (2nd 8 weeks) (3)
MATH 123 — Technical Algebra/Trigonometry (4)

Minimum total hours required for a certificate (15)

CNC Manufacturing Certificate 2
Certificate Code 5981
Course of Study Outline – (Credit Hours)

Spring Semester
ENGT 231 — Lathe Operations (1st 8 weeks) (3)
ENGT 236 — Intermediate CNC (1st 8 weeks) (3)
ENGT 232 — Milling Operations (2nd 8 weeks) (3)
*ENGT 190 — Engineering Tech Practicum (2)
ENGT 286 — Advance CNC with CAM (3)

Minimum total hours required for a certificate (29)

Courses for this program include: »

ENGT 101 Blueprint/Schematic Reading
3 cr. hrs.;
2 lecture hours; 2 lab hours per week.
Course focuses on basic interpretation and understanding of architectural, electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic, mechanical, and welding drawing/schematics. Studies provide students with basic knowledge to decipher different types of symbols found on prints and schematics. (Class may be broadened to unique and specific fields of study depending on the student preference or career field.)

ENGT 104 Fundamentals of Machining
2 cr. hrs.;
2 lecture hours; 0 lab hours per week.
This course will expose engineering technology students to the activities within a machine shop. An overview of the various machines used in a typical manufacturing process will be discussed and demonstrated.

ENGT 180 Basic Manufacturing Processes
3 cr. hrs.;
2 lecture hours; 2 lab hours per week.
Prerequisite: ENGT 104 “C” or better or instructor consent.
This is the introductory machine shop course. Topics will include shop safety, proper care and usage of hand tools, setup and usage of saws and drill presses, basic layout procedures, and the correct application of rules, calipers, and micrometers.

ENGT 186 Introductory CNC
3 cr. hrs.;
2 lecture hours; 2 lab hours per week.
Prerequisite: ENGT 104 “C” or better or instructor consent.
This is the first course in a three course sequence in computerized numerical control. The principles, techniques, and elementary applications of CNC will be explored. Some programming and laboratory experience will be obtained. Machine safety issues will be addressed.

ENGT 190 Engineering Tech Practicum
2 cr. hrs.;
2 lecture hours; 0 lab hours per week.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of first year courses in the electrical engineering track of ENGT.
An internship course to be performed during or between the freshman and sophomore years and upon completion of the first year degree requirements. Students are expected to locate and materially participate in an employment environment related to their chosen field of study. The internship requires periodic discussions of text, student journals, employment experiences and problem-solving concepts. Eighty hours of intern employment equals one academic credit hour.

ENGT 231 Lathe Operations
3 cr. hrs.;
2 lecture hours; 2 lab hours per week.
Prerequisite: ENGT 180 “C” or better or instructor consent.
In this manufacturing processes course, the student will learn about lathe operations. Topics include lathe geometry, spindle and quick change gearing, saddle controls and power feeds, cross slide and compound slide plus gibbing, backlash compensation, chucks and collets, turning, grinding, sharpening, honing, tool height and angle adjustment, and speeds and feeds.

ENGT 232 Milling Operations
3 cr. hrs.;
2 lecture ours; 2 lab hours per week.
Prerequisite: ENGT 180 “C” or better or instructor consent.
In this manufacturing processes course, the student will learn about vertical and horizontal milling. Topics include milling machine geometry, gear boxes and power feeds, correct use of spindle hand feed, correct cutter rotation for uphill milling and downhill milling and when to use each, spindle speeds and feeds, use of parallel vises, work piece clamping, alignment of vise with machine table, and backlash compensation.

ENGT 236 Intermediate CNC
3 cr. hrs.;
2 lecture hours; 2 lab hours per week.
Prerequisite: ENGT 186 “C” or better.
This second course in CNC operations will expand to the student programming and operations of the CNC lathe and vertical milling machines. Topics will include programming formats, canned cycles, cutter compensation, and auxiliary machine control functions.

ENGT 286 Advanced CNC with CAM
3 cr. hrs.;
2 lecture hours; 2 lab hours per week.
Prerequisite: ENGT 236 “C” or better.
During this third course of CNC operations, the student will be acquainted with computer aided manufacturing programming. The students will define an object, determine the sequence of operations and cutter path, and produce the part.

MATH 123 Technical Algebra/Trigonometry
4 cr. hrs.;
4 lecture hours; 0 lab hours per week.
Prerequisite: MATH 103 “C” or better or technical math assessment.
Trigonometric functions, vectors, complex numbers, radical equations, graphing, exponential and logarithmic functions, and related use of graphing calculator.


*Students may substitute GT 200 (3)