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Machining Technology

This program provides entry-level as well as upgrading skills for students seeking a career in machining technology.

This program is comprised of three certificate options. Certificates are earned sequentially after the completion of each semester, beginning with the Manual Machining certificate and followed by the CNC Machining certificate. Upon completion of all three semesters, students are awarded a Precision Machining Technology certificate.

Students are required to register for the full course sequence each semester as part of the certificate track. Part-time enrollment in the program is not available.

Assessment testing is required of all students. Students who are reading at the college level, and place into CCR 093 or above and MAT 050 or above may begin this program of study. Students scoring below this level should consult with a Faculty Member before registering for courses in this program of study.

Note: Completion of MAC 100 Machine Shop Safety is required for all certificates, and must be completed before all lab use. MAT 108 or equivalent competency is required for all MAC courses and may be taken concurrently.