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Computerized Machining Technology-AAS

The Computerized Machining Technology program will provide the student with the knowledge for designing, prototyping, and the manufacturing of machined parts.  You will gain valuable skills in a fascinating trade. Computerized Machining Technology training offers the chance to gain job-ready abilities for an engaging career that can provide a real sense of pride and accomplishment. By becoming skilled at working with computer numerical control (CNC) machine technologies, you could soon be making tools, dies, molds, and other objects using 3-D printing, high-tech lathes or milling equipment. It's an opportunity to learn one of today's most appealing and dependable trades. SolidWorks and MasterCam software will be used in designing parts, and machines such as lathes and mills will be used in their manufacture. 

Area of Study

 Computerized Machining Technology



Total Program

60 Credit Hours

The fourth digit in the course number indicates the number of credit hours. 

University Requirement - 1 or 3 hours 

University Requirement Department

The 3-hour credit course is required for students who must take at least one remedial course.  Students who are not required to take a remedial course may take the 3-hour credit course.  In both situations, the courses (1-hour or 3-hour) count toward electives.

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General Education Core  Department
ENG 1003 Freshman English I English
ENG 1013 Freshman English II English
MATH 1013 Technical Mathematics A, B, C, D, E, J, M and V Mathematics
   Students may take a MATH course higher than MATH 1013.
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Choose one of the following courses. 
PSY 2013 Introduction to Psychology Psychology
SOC 2213 Principles of Sociology Sociology
HIST 2763 The United States to 1876 History
HIST 2773 The United States Since 1876 History

Computerized Machining Technology Core - 41 hours

Computerized Machining Technology Core  Department
CMT 1013 CAD/CAM I Computerized Machining Technology
CMT 1103 Prototyping I Computerized Machining Technology
CMT 1203 Basic Machining Computerized Machining Technology
CMT 1023 CAD/CAM II Computerized Machining Technology
CMT 2103 Prototyping II Computerized Machining Technology
CMT 2703 Advanced Machining Computerized Machining Technology
CMT 1303 CNC I Computerized Machining Technology
CMT 1313 CNC II Computerized Machining Technology
CMT 2113 Industrial Environment Computerized Machining Technology
CMT 2123 Concepts of Production Computerized Machining Technology
CMT 2313 CNC III Computerized Machining Technology
CMT 2022 Metrology I Computerized Machining Technology
CMT 2013 CAD/CAM III Computerized Machining Technology
CMT 2413 Manufacturing Materials and Processes Computerized Machining Technology

Technical Related Electives - 7 hours

Technical Related Electives Department
Choose 7 hours of technical electives in consultation with your advisor. 
Suggestions include courses from the following areas: CADD, CTE, Industrial Technology, Machining, and Welding. 

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