Basic CNC Production, Certificate

Enrollment into this certificate is by Departmental Permission only.  It is not an open enrollment certificate but reserved for special projects.

In this 18-credit certificate in Basic CNC (Computer Numeric Control) Production, students will learn the basic skills manufacturing employers are seeking: problem solving, safety, quality, production processes, maintenance awareness, and teamwork.

You will develop technical drawing, specification, and mathematical skills while learning about material properties and material processing.

Classroom instruction is combined with hands-on operation of our new CNC 3-axis milling and turning machines. You will gain knowledge and machining experience required to be successful in the field.

Graduation Requirements

Students must complete all the graduation requirements as stated in the catalog and maintain a GPA of 2.3 in the coursework.

Curriculum

Certificate in Basic CNC Production

First Semester

BMM 101Key Principles of Manufacturing

3

BMM 140Principles in Manufacturing Mathematics

3

BMM 175CNC Machining

3

Second Semester

 
BMM 110Technology in Advanced Manufacturing

3

BMM 222Technical Drawings and Specifications

3

BMM 240CAM I

3

BMM 101, BMM 110 - These courses provide the opportunity for the student to take two national, portable credentialing exams with the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council.

Total Credit Hours: 18