CNC and Advanced Machining AAS (60 Credits)

Career Opportunities

The program is designed to give students the necessary skills to enter the labor market as a machine operator, machinist, or a tool and die or mold-maker apprentice. Graduates can expand to areas such as tool making, multi-axis CNC programmer precision machining, setup specialist, CNC applications/sales, machining technician, CNC machining including Swiss CNC turning technology.

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Suggested Technical Studies Semester I
MACH1503 Machine Tool Technology I 4 Credits
MACH1510 Machine Tool Technology II 4 Credits
MACH1517 Blueprint Reading I 1 Credits
TECH1530 Computer Applications 2 Credits
TECH1550 Basic CADD 2 Credits
Suggested Technical Studies Semester II
MACH1511 Machine Tool Technology III 5 Credits
MACH1514 Introduction to Swiss Turning 2 Credits
MACH1519 Blueprint Reading II 1 Credits
MACH1532 CAM I 2D 1 Credits
MACH1540 CNC Fundamentals 2 Credits
TECH1552 Basic Metal Joining and Fabrication 2 Credits
Suggested Technical Studies Semester III
MACH1525 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing 1 Credits
MACH1528 Jigs and Fixtures 1 Credits
MACH2504 CNC Milling/Turning 4 Credits
MACH2510 Cutting Tool Technology 1 Credits
MACH2514 Metallurgy 1 Credits
MACH2523 High Performance Manufacturing 1 Credits
MACH2528 Introduction to Electrical Discharge Machining 2 Credits
MACH2540 Advanced Swiss CNC Turning 2 Credits
Suggested Technical Studies Semester IV
MACH2519 Advanced CNC Milling 2 Credits
MACH2527 Advanced CNC Turning 2 Credits
MACH2539 Advanced Electrical Discharge Machining 1 Credits
MACH2544 CNC/CAM Capstone 1 Credits
Advanced CNC/CAM Machinist Concentration
MACH2512 CAM II 3D/Solid Modeling/Turning 2 Credits
MACH2516 CAM III Multi-Axis Programming 2 Credits
MACH2531 Multiaxis VMC 2 Credits
MACH2535 Live Tooling Turning Centers 2 Credits
General Education
MATH1300 College Algebra 3 Credits
MATH1321 College Trigonometry 3 Credits
MNTC Goal 1 Communications Written 3 Credits
MNTC Goal 1 Communications Oral 3 Credits
MNTC Goal 5 or 7 Social Sciences/Diversity 3 Credits
Estimated cost for books and supplies: $4,865

PLEASE NOTE: All program plans are preliminary and curriculum may change without notice.