Technology and Health Division
Theory and application of computer numerical control (CNC) machining practices using mills and lathes typical in a wide range of industries. Designed to adapt and upgrade machining skills to industry standards and encourage the development of supplemental skills in computer aided design (CAD) and computer aided manufacture (CAM), metrology, and problem-solving to better address the current needs and expectations of industry. Includes project models that closely approximate industry-representative applications with an emphasis on best practices, efficiency, and an understanding of the way machined parts relate to other related components in the manufacturing environment.
|Course Prefix||Course Name||Units|
|MFG 130||Manufacturing Processes and Materials||3|
|MFG 250||Introduction to CNC Programming||3|
|MFG 260||CNC Operation||3|
Program Learning Outcomes
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