Precision Processes Lead to Final Products
Computer Integrated Machining utilizes analytics and automation in the precision manufacturing process to take a production idea from design to development to finished product. As a core area of study for Learn, Work, Earn, the machining program consists of opportunities for students to work with multiple aspects of Computer Integrated Machining, including working with engineering drawings, CNC programming, lathe turning, vertical milling, grinding, jigs, fixtures, molds, and dies. During study in this degree, students will have the opportunity to receive 11 total national credentials from the National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS). In addition to the technical training, students in the machining track will receive the benefits of valuable liberal arts & sciences courses.
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