Intro to CNC Manufacturing Certificate

Program Description

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: Intro to CNC Manufacturing and CNC Manufacturing in order to allow flexibility for employment opportunities.

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

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

NOTE: This program is not financial aid eligible.

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Suggested Courses

Course (Credit Hours):

Fall Semester

ENGT 104 Fundamentals of Machining – 1st 8 weeks (2)
ENGT 107 Blueprint Reading for Machinists – 1st 8 weeks (2)
ENGT 180 Introduction to Machine Shop – 2nd 8 weeks (3)
ENGT 186 Introductory CNC – 2nd 8 weeks (3)
ENGT 187 Basic CNC Operation – 2nd 8 weeks (1)
TMAT 101 Technical Math I (3)

Minimum total hours required for degree: 14