One-Year Certificate of Completion
This certificate incorporates introductory manufacturing processes to provide hands-on experiences emphasizing drilling, milling, and lathe processes. The certificate skill sets align with industry-recognized proficiencies that qualify a graduate to apply for entry-level positions as an engineering technician, computer-controlled machine tools operator, or numerical tool and process control programmer.
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of the program, students will be able to:
- Create products that adhere to print specifications and meet form, fit, and function.
- Create and plot 2D, 3D, and solid models with standard notations.
- Create detail parts, assemblies, drawings, presentations, plans, and analysis tools that fill all informational needs for shop floor fabricators.
- Analyze manufacturing processes and procedures to ensure products meet industry competitive standards.
- Create plans, programs, and processes that match industrial best practice.
- Use powered systems and tools safely and effectively.
- Use computer applications in the design and manufacture of products and processes.