MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY

Manufacturing Technology - CAD/CAM - Certificate of Specialization

This certificate prepares students on CAD/CAM training using MASTERCAM specifically used in the automotive, aerospace, and manufacturing industries. Upon completion of the certificate, students will be able to work in the automotive, aerospace, and manufacturing industries as a CAD/CAM design engineer, machinist, CNC operator, or CNC programmer.

Student Learning Outcome
Demonstrate proficiency in the core CAD/CAM skills and knowledge required for a variety of manufacturing industries.

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Manufacturing Technology - CATIA - Certificate of Specialization

This certificate prepares students on CATIA software specifically used in the automotive, aerospace, and manufacturing industries. Upon completion of the certificate, students will be able to work in the automotive, aerospace, and manufacturing industries as an entry level designer or drafter.

Student Learning Outcome
Demonstrate proficiency in the core CATIA skills and knowledge required for a variety of manufacturing positions.

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Automated Machining Certificate of Specialization

This certificate provides students training in CAD/CAM using MASTERCAM and CNC Programming specifically used in the automotive, aerospace, and manufacturing industries. Upon completion of the certificate, students will be able to work in the automotive, aerospace, and manufacturing industries as a CAD/CAM design engineer, machinist, CNC operator, or CNC programmer.

Student Learning Outcome
Students will be able to accurately perform a variety of CAD/CAM and CNC application and calculations using appropriate equipmen.

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Machining/CNC Certificate of Specialization

This certificate prepares students for CNC programming specifically used in the automotive, aerospace, and manufacturing industries. Upon completion of the certificate, students will be able to work in the automotive, aerospace, and manufacturing industries as a CNC machinist, CNC lathe operator, production machinist, or CNC programmer.

Student Learning Outcome
Demonstrate proficiency in the core CNC skills and knowledge required for a variety of manufacturing industries.

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