Computer Aided Manufacturing/CNC Technology (CAMCT.S.AAS)
60.0 Credit Hours
Course work includes tool and manufacturing processes, computers in engineering technology, quality control and CNC applications. Facilities and equipment rank among the best in the nation, with more than four million dollars in conventional machining equipment and computer numerical control machines for laboratory use by students.
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- Identify new changes in career field and build personal skills to maintain state-of-the-art competencies.
- Demonstrate mathematical skills required for occupation.
- Analyze manufacturing engineering problems (general and technical) and make appropriate decisions.
- Demonstrate applied competencies in the areas of machining applications, drafting techniques and blueprint interpretation.
- Demonstrate technical engineering skills appropriate to program requirements.