This certificate program gives students extensive hands-on experience with manual, conversational and computer numerical control (CNC) machines. Emphasis will be placed on safe and efficient setup and operation of industrial-grade machining equipment. Overall, the program will prepare students to read blueprints, select appropriate machining technology and produce a unit that meets design specifications. All credits can be applied to the Associate in Science Degree in Advanced Manufacturing Technology.
|COURSE NO.||COURSE TITLE||COURSE NOTES||CREDITS|
|ETME 1020||Introduction to Manufacturing Processes||3|
|ETCN 1100||Blueprint Reading and the Machinery's Handbook||Seven-and-a-half week course||3|
|ETCN 2000||Advanced Machining Skills||3|
|ETCN 1300||CNC Machining I||3|
|ETCN 2100||Computer Aided Manufacturing||Seven-and-a-half week course||3|
|ETCN 2200||CNC Machining II||Seven-and-a-half week course||3|
|ETCN 2400||Industry and OSHA-10 Seminars||1|
Total Certificate Requirements Credits 19
Total Program Credits 19
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