CNC Machining Technology ITC
This program provides training that prepares students to set up and operate both manual and CNC machining equipment, handle inspection devices, analyze production problems, and move into supervision of machining. Students obtain a background in manual machining, engineering graphics, computer aided machining (CAD/CAM/CNC), quality control, material handling and leadership skills. This program provides a balance between practical training in manufacturing processes and technical education n analysis, planning, and control with supporting emphasis in communications, mathematics, science, and business.
To prepare for entry into the program courses in metal or wood shop, mechanical drawing, English, mathematics, physics, and computers are strongly recommended. Activity in clubs or organizations which emphasize leadership skills is also recommended. There is an opportunity for students to work in industry for a specified time and receive college credit, or to convert work and life experience into college credit for this program. Those interested in such an opportunity are encouraged to contact their advisor for further details at the time of registration.
Entrance requirements for degree seeking students in the CNC Machining Technology program include:
- Compass scores of 68 or higher in English, 73 or higher in Reading, and ALEKS score of 30 or higher in Math (Algebra), or qualify for MTHPT-137, ENGL-101, and COMM-101.
Enrollment priority will be given to students on the basis of student’s advising date.
Intermediate Technical Certificate Requirements
|HRPT-184||DIVERSITY IN ORGANIZATIONS||3.00|
|or HRPT-185||HUMAN RELATIONS IN ORGANIZATIONS|
|Select one of the following:||3.00-5.00|
|MATH FOR BUSINESS ANALYSIS|
|MATH FOR TECHNOLOGY|
|MATHEMATICS AS A LIBERAL ART|
|PRECALCULUS (or MATH-147A & MATH-147B)|
|STATISTICAL METHODS FOR THE SCIENCES|
|FOUNDATION OF ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS II|
|Select 25 credits from the following:||25.00|
|MACHINING THEORY I|
|MACHINING THEORY II|
|INTRODUCTION TO CAD|
|ENGINEERING GRAPHICS WITH AUTOCAD|
|APPLIED BLUEPRINT READING|
|MACHINING LAB I|
|MACHINING LAB II|
|INTRODUCTION TO NC AND CNC|
|INTRODUCTORY CAD AND CAM|
|ADVANCED CAD AND CAM|
|CNC MACHINING PROCESSES|