CNC Programming Technology, Workplace Certificate
This program provides the foundational technical state-of-the-art skills needed for computer numerical control (CNC) programming.
Applied mathematics, CNC programming, problem solving, and geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T) skills are acquired. The core courses will transfer into the Applied Industrial Technology Associate degree program. This program will provide CNC advancement opportunities and job opportunities as a CNC machinist, CNC programmer, or CNC service representative.
NOTE: Courses listed in the first/third semester will be scheduled for the fall; courses listed in the second/fourth semester will be scheduled for the spring.
Students are encouraged to use the curriculum planner to keep track of courses taken and those still needed. In some cases, one or more courses may be taken in a different order than indicated on the planner. However, individual course prerequisites must be observed.
Prerequisites/Corequisites: Some courses require another course to be taken beforehand or at the same time. To check if a course has a prerequisite or corequisite, see the course description.
Learn about machining and related processes to be prepared to enter the machine tool industry. All courses apply to the associate degree program.
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