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Machining Course Sequences

See the classes you should take each term to complete the Machining Technology certificate or degree you want to earn.

Machining Certificate & Degree Course Sequences

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Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM) Fundamentals Certificate

Course Sequence
TermCourseTitleCredit Hours
1 CAM100 Blueprint Reading and Sketching 2
CAM105 Precision Measurement 2
CAM130 CNC Machine Setup and Operation 4
CAM280B Cooperative Work Experience 2
1 FE205B Resumes and Job Search Correspondence 1
MTH052 Introduction to Algebra and Geometry (or higher) 3
2 CAM115 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing 2
CAM140 Metallurgy for Manufacturing 2
CAM160 Intermediate CNC Mill Operations and Programming 4
2 CAM280D Cooperative Work Experience 4
2 WR088 Introduction to Technical Writing 1 (or higher) 3
3 CAM150 Cutting Tools and Materials 3
CAM190 Intermediate CNC Lathe Operations and Programming 4
CAM280D Cooperative Work Experience 4
3 PSY104 Workplace Psychology 4

 

 

Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) Operator Certificate

Course Sequence
TermCourseTitleCredit Hours
1 CAM100 Blueprint Reading and Sketching 2
CAM105 Precision Measurement 2
CAM110 Benchwork and Manual Fundamentals 4
CAM130 CNC Machine Setup and Operation 4
MTH052 Introduction to Algebra and Geometry 3 or
MTH081 Technical Mathematics 1 4 or
MTH111 College Algebra (or higher) 5
2 CAM115 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing 2
CAM140 Metallurgy for Manufacturing 2
CAM160 Intermediate CNC Mill Operations and Programming 4
MTH053 Introduction to Trigonometry and Geometry 3
3 CAM150 Cutting Tools and Materials 3
CAM190 Intermediate CNC Lathe Operations and Programming 4
CAM280D Cooperative Work Experience 4
WR088 Introduction to Technical Writing 1 3

 

Computer-Aided Design/Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAD/CAM) Degree

Course Sequence
TermCourseTitleCredit Hours
1 CAM100 Blueprint Reading and Sketching 2
CAM105 Precision Measurement 2
CAM110 Benchwork and Manual Fundamentals 4
CAM130 CNC Machine Setup and Operation 4
MTH052 Introduction to Algebra and Geometry+ (or higher) 3
2 CAM115 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing 2
CAM120 Manual Milling Processes 4
CAM140 Metallurgy for Manufacturing 2
CAM160 Intermediate CNC Mill Operations and Programming 4
MTH053 Introduction to Trigonometry and Geometry (or higher) 3
3 CAM062 Practical Applications 2 2 or
CAM280B Cooperative Work Experience 2
CAM121 Manual Lathe Processes 4
CAM150 Cutting Tools and Materials 3
CAM190 Intermediate CNC Lathe Operations and Programming 4
WR088 Introduction to Technical Writing 1+ (or higher) 3
4 CAM210 Advanced Mill Processes 4
CAM230 CAM Programming Mills 3
CAM235 Advanced CNC Mill Operations and Programming 3
CAM270 Machine Design 3
PH121 Applied Physics 4 or
PH201 General Physics (or higher) 5 or
GS104 General Science: Physics 4
5 CAM220 Advanced Lathe Processes 4
CAM260 CAM Programming Lathes 3
CAM265 Advanced CNC Lathe Operations and Programming 3
CAM275 Tool Design 3
FE205B Resumes and Job Search Correspondence 1
6 CAM225 Advanced Manual Integrations 4
CAM290 Advanced CAD/CAM Integrations 4
CAM295 Introduction to Lean Manufacturing 1
6 PSY104 Workplace Psychology+ 4