Computer Numerical Control Technology (CNC.S.STC)

24.0 Credit Hours

The Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Technology short-term certificate program is designed for individuals who are looking to upgrade their current manufacturing skills along with students who are interested in pursuing entry-level careers in the area of CNC machining. Coursework is focused primarily in the area of CNC lathe and mill operation, setup and programming. The courses included in this short-term certificate apply directly to the associate degree in Computer Aided Manufacturing, CNC Technology option.

Program Outcomes

  • Perform job setups for CNC mills and lathes with proper workholding and tooling.
  • Create computer programs to effectively produce quality parts on CNC mills and lathes.
  • Effectively and safely operate CNC mills and lathes in order to produce quality parts.

Curriculum

CAM 1107: Principles of Manufacturing View Master Syllabus View Current Schedule 3 credit hours
CAM 1109: Fundamentals of Tooling & Machining View Master Syllabus View Current Schedule 3 credit hours
CAM 1116: Fundamentals of Computer Numerical Control View Master Syllabus View Current Schedule 3 credit hours
CAM 1141: Shop Floor Calculations I View Master Syllabus View Current Schedule 3 credit hours
CAM 2145: Shop Floor Programming View Master Syllabus View Current Schedule 3 credit hours
CAM 2204: Computer Numerical Control Lathe Programming View Master Syllabus View Current Schedule 3 credit hours
MET 1131: Personal Computer Applications for Engineering Technology View Master Syllabus View Current Schedule 1 credit hour
OPT 1100: Tooling & Machining Metrology View Master Syllabus View Current Schedule 2 credit hours
CAM 1214: Computer Numerical Control Mill Programming View Master Syllabus View Current Schedule 3 credit hours
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