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Program Contacts

Instructional Specialist Susie Check (928) 717-7761
Professor Dick Hartley (928) 776-2002
Dean John Morgan (928) 717-7721

Quick Facts


About the Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) Machining Certificate

The CNC Machining certificate is designed to prepare students for entry level CNC machining and programming positions. The program offers a series of skill-building courses in CNC machining and CAM programming for the individual desiring full-time employment in the CNC manufacturing industry.

Program Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) Machining Certificate program, the learner will be able to:

 

  1. Program and operate a CNC mill and lathe. (CNC 101, MAT 100 (or higher), MET 100)
  2. Design a product for CNC machining. (CNC 201, CNC 202)
  3. Reverse engineer a product for 3D replication. (CNC 202)
  4. Set tools for CNC machining of a given product. (CNC 102) 
 

Program-Specific Requirements

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Note:  It is always best to discuss educational and career goals with an academic advisor prior to enrolling in any courses.  Learn more about Academic Advising.