Degrees and Programs

  • Engineering Technology - Precision Machining

    Associate in Applied Arts and Science Degree 

    CNC Programmer-Machinist

    What you'll learn 

    Prepare to work in a modern manufacturing plant. This program develops skills in computerized manufacturing methods, computer-aided drafting and machining skills, material testing and inspection, quality control and good communication skills. 

    Jobs you can get 

    You'll be prepared for a variety of entry-level positions, including: 

    • CAD/CAM operator and designer
    • Field service technician
    • Industrial supervisor
    • Laboratory technician
    • Materials tester
    • Quality control manager

    Classes you'll take

    Here are some of the classes you'll take for this degree:

    • Fundamentals of Computer-Aided Drafting
    • Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing 
    • Tool/Die Design
    • CNC Surfacing Applications

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    of classes for this
    degree


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