Explore a program where your creativity is rewarded as you transform imagination into finished products as a trained machinist.
The 1-year program begins with theory and practical application of hands-on performance before transitioning into computerized machining principles. Students are taught the properties of metals, program specific mathematics, blueprint reading, computer numerical control (CNC) programming, and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) using the latest software. Learn skills to prepare for industry certifications.
Wherever you find strict tolerances in manufacturing production, you will often discover a machinist playing a vital role in that process. Essential industries rely on accuracy and creativity, striving for continuous improvement. If you are looking for a rewarding career where you are more than just a cog in the wheel, become a machinist and put yourself at the center of providing real world solutions. Graduates of this program find careers in, but not limited to, aerospace, automotive, and technology industries.
We want to make sure the program you choose is perfect for you. If you're interested in Precision Machining & Manufacturing, you may also be interested in studying Welding.
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