CNC Set-Up and Programming Technology Certificate
NOTE: Students without prior exposure to machining will find CIMN 0950 Introduction to Machine-Tool Technology and CIMN 0960 Introduction to Machine-Tool Setup and CAM helpful to gain the required knowledge and experience for CIMN 1110 Machining Processes and CIMN 1420 Computer Numerical Control Part Programming (CNC).
NOTE: Courses below the 1000 level can not be used to meet degree requirements.
|CIMN 0980||Manufacturing Shop Mathematics||2-4|
|or MATH 1001||Introduction to Technical Mathematics|
|CADT 1100||Introduction to AutoCAD||3|
|CADT 2100||Introduction to SolidWorks||3|
|CIMN 1110||Machining Processes||3|
|CIMN 1420||Computer Numerical Control Part Programming (CNC)||2|
|CIMN 1430||Introduction to Computer Assisted Part Programming||2|
|CIMN 1450||Programming CNC Lathes||2|
|CIMN 1460||Programming CNC Machining Centers||2|
|ENGR 1000||Introduction to Engineering Technology||2|
|MECT 1150||Technical Communications||3|
|Total Credit Hours||24-26|
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