Program Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of this program, students will demonstrate the skills required in the field of machine and manufacturing technology, such as computer numerical machining (CNC) for various machine tools; demonstrate the skills required in the field of machine and manufacturing technology, such as use of manual machining equipment, metallurgy and heat treating,and technical mathematics.
This program is designed to provide the fundamentals of the machinist trade. This includes basic, advanced and complicated operations of machine tools, and the use of computers in programming numerical control milling machines.
REQUIRED COURSES FOR CERTIFICATE
Computer Aided Manufacturing, Basic Milling
CAM 210 or equivalent (may be taken concurrently)
Computer Aided Manufacturing, Basic Milling Practice
Machine Technology I
MACH 101 or equivalent
Machine Technology II
MACH 102 or equivalent
Machine Technology III
MACH 103 or equivalent
Machine Technology IV
Principles of Metallurgy & Heat Treating
T ED 140
Fundamentals of Engineering Documentation
T ED 142*
Technical Mathematics I
RECOMMENDED ELECTIVE COURSES
CAM 210 or equivalent
CAM 211 or equivalent (may be taken concurrently)
Intermediate Milling Laboratory
Engineering Print Reading for Industry
MACH 107 or equivalent
Machine Practice III
TOTAL UNITS REQUIRED
* The units earned for this course may not be applied toward the 60 units for graduation. NOTE: ADDITIONAL COURSEWORK MIGHT BE REQUIRED IF PREREQUISITES ARE NOT MET. SEE A COUNSELOR TO PREPARE A STUDENT EDUCATIONAL PLAN.
GCC Catalog 2016-2017
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