|First Year / First Semester|
|CIM-101||Machine Shop Practices||3|
|CIM-221||CNC Programming & CAM||4|
|Second Semester / Spring|
|Total Minimum Credits||13|
Precision Machining Technology
This curriculum is currently in the process of being updated. For the up-to-date curriculum, please view our 2020 Academic Program Guide.
Program Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this program, the student will be able to:
- Demonstrate the ability to run conventional machine shop equipment.
- Demonstrate the ability to measure with precision.
- Understand the dangers involved with working around industrial equipment and be able to do it safely.
- Demonstrate proficiency in reading and interpreting part prints.
- Demonstrate the ability to read and interpret basic GDT Y14.5 symbols.
Upon successful completion of the Precision Machining Technology Certificate, students should be qualified to begin careers including:
- Conventional machinist (also referred to as Manual Machinist)
- CNC Machinist
- Machinist Helper
- Manufacturing Technician
- Fabrication Technician
- Entry level Tool and Die maker
- Mechanical Designer
- Supervisory positions
- Quality Control Technician
- CNC Programmer