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CNC Technology, Diploma - CT12

Program Description:

The CNC Technology program is a sequence of courses that prepares students for careers in the CNC technology field. Learning opportunities develop academic, technical, and professional knowledge and skills for job acquisition, retention, and advancement. The program emphasizes a combination of CNC theory and practical application necessary for successful employment. Program graduates receive a CNC Technology diploma and have the qualification of an entry-level CNC technician.

 

Program Courses

Credits

FIRST SEMESTER

 Hrs

SEMN 1000 - First Semester Seminar

0

MATH 1012 - Foundations of Mathematics

3

ENGL 1010 - Fundamentals of English I

3

EMPL 1000 - Interpersonal Relations and Professional Development

2

MCHT 1011 - Introduction to Machine Tool

4

SECOND SEMESTER

 

COMP 1000 - Introduction to Computers

3

MCHT 1012 - Blueprint for Machine Tool

3

MCHT 1013 - Machine Tool Math
or
MATH 1015 - Geometry and Trigonometry

3

(3)

MCHT 1020 - Heat Treatment and Surface Grinding

3

THIRD SEMESTER

 

MCHT 1119 - Lathe Operations I

3

MCHT 1120 - Mill Operations I

3

MCHT xxxx - Occupational Elective

3

AMCA 2110 - CNC Fundamentals

3

FORTH SEMESTER

 

AMCA 2130 - CNC Mill Manual Programming

5

AMCA 2150 - CNC Lathe Manual Programming

5

AMCA 2190 - CAD/CAM Programming

4

Occupational Elective

3

Remarks:

 

If needed, developmental courses should be completed during
the first semester

 

OCCUPATIONAL GUIDED ELECTIVES OPTIONS*

Hrs

MCHT 1219 - Lathe Operations II

4

MCHT 1220 - Mill Operations II

4

DFTG 1101 CAD Fundamentals

3

WELD 1000 - Introduction to Welding Technology

3

IDSY 1100 -Basic Circuit Analysis

5

AMCA 2170 - CNC Practical Applications

3

IDSY 1170 - Industrial Mechanics

6

XXXX xxxx - Instructors Approval

3

 

 

Certified Manufacturing Specialist, Certificate CM51

Program Entrance Term Fall, Spring, Summer

Minimum Length of Program 1 Term(s)

Minimum Credit Hours for Graduation 12

Program Description:

The Certified Manufacturing Specialist Technical Certificate of Credit prepares

students for entry level employment in a manufacturing environment. Topics

include organization principles, workplace skills, manufacturing production,

automated manufacturing skills, and representative manufacturing skills.

Admission Requirements

Minimum Required Age 16

High School Diploma or GED Required Yes

Minimum Test Scores:

Test:

 ASSET

 COMPASS

 Not Required

Reading:

 

70

 

English:

 

23

 

Mathematics:

 

26

 

Algebra:

 

na

 

Program Courses

Credits

FIRST SEMESTER

Hrs

SEMN 1000 - First Semester Seminar

1

AUMF 1520 - Manufacturing Organizational Principles

1

AUMF 1540 - Manufacturing Workforce Skills

2

AUMF 1560 - Manufacturing Production Requirements

1

AUMF 1580 - Automated Manufacturing Skills

3

AUMF 1660 - Representative Manufacturing Skills

4

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