This certificate is designed to enhance the machining skills of students who have taken machining courses in high school or to allow individuals with little or no experience in machining to quickly obtain a certificate that may in turn qualify them for an entry-level position in a machining company. Coursework is focused on introductory levels of manual machining and the basic operation of CNC machines. This is the first half of the Computer Numerical Control Technology short-term certificate and will provide students with a milestone of completion and the ability to continue their education up to and including a two-year Associate of Applied Science degree in CNC operations.
Basic Manufacturing prepares the student for entry level positions in any of the five areas within General Manufacturing, Computer Aided Manufacturing, Automation Technology, Mechanical Engineering Technology, and Industrial & Systems Engineering Technology. Completion of this certificate prepares the student to earn the Industry Recognized MSSC - Certified Production Technician Certificate.
This certificate prepares the student for the ODHE and IRC - MSSC - CPT certification.
|CAM 1107||Introduction to Mechanical Drafting with AutoCAD||3|
|CAM 1109||Fundamentals of Tooling & Machining||3|
|CAM 1116||Fundamentals of Computer Numerical Control Operations||3|
|EGR 1106||Basic Mechanical & Electrical Skills||2|
|EGR 1128||Robotics in Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) Systems||3|
|ISE 1101||Introduction to Industrial & Systems Engineering Technology||3|
|ISE 1201||Introduction to Manufacturing Safety||2|
|ISE 1202||Quality Practices & Measurement for Manufacturing||2|
|ISE 1203||Manufacturing Processes & Production||2|
|ISE 1204||Maintenance Awareness for Manufacturing||2|
|MET 1131||Personal Computer Applications for Engineering Technology||1|
|MET 1161||Software Tools for Engineering Technology||1|
|MET 1231||Introduction to Drafting & Design using Inventor||4|