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The CNC certificate is designed for people with a machinist background who desire to learn about the basic operations of CNC (computerized numerical controlled) machinery.
Good math and blueprint reading skills are essential for those who would like to study CNC programming. This certificate requires students to write simple CNC programs using the G and M codes to define tool paths and other CNC functions. The student will then program and operate CNC machines. The graduate will have a good working knowledge of CNC and the jobs associated with this type of work.
|REQUIRED COURSE INFORMATION|
|MAT 170||Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry I||3.0|
|MAT 171||Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry II||3.0|
|MTT 120||Machine Tool Print Reading||3.0|
|MTT 121||Machine Tool Theory I||3.0|
|MTT 130||Fundamentals of Geometric Dimensions & Tolerances||2.0|
|MTT 143||Precision Measurements||2.0|
|MTT 251||CNC Operations||3.0|
|MTT 253||CNC Programming and Operation||3.0|
|CPT 169||Industrial Computer Applications||3.0|
|Total Credit Hours||25.0|
The Computerized Numerical Control Certificate is designed for students with a machinist background who desire the knowledge of basic operations of CNC machinery. Students will learn basic CNC programming. Graduates will have good working knowledge of CNC and the jobs associated with this type of work.
This certificate is designed for someone with an MTT degree or diploma, or 4+ years MTT work experience.
The best start time for CNC certificate is summer semester.
MTT courses are offered during days and evenings.
This certificate requires CPT 169, and CPT 101 can be substituted for CPT 169. RDG 100 is a prerequisite for CPT 101.
It is very important for students to connect with their academic advisor during the initial enrollment process. If registering at a county center, have the student call his or her academic advisor.
You can find the name of your assigned academic advisor by reviewing Degree Works or your Class Schedule. To learn more about advising visit the Advising webpage.
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Advisement Information updated/reviewed 4/2020