April 19, 2018 Kenneth Colangelo

Advanced Manufacturing Machine Technology

Upon completion of the two-semester program, the student has options: career employment and part-time education leading to associate and four year degrees (with real possibility of tuition reimbursement by your employer) or continue immediately in an associate degree program followed by career employment and further education.

Contact: Jordan Domkowski

MFG*110 Solidworks  
QUA*114 Principles of Quality Control  
MFG*120 Metrology  
MFG*124 Blue Print Reading  
MFG*125 Blueprint Reading II  
MFG*150 Introduction to Machine Technology  
MFG*160 Introduction to GD&T  
MFG*165 Intermediate Machine Technology  
MFG*166 Benchwork  
MFG*168 CNC I  
MFG*256 CNC II  
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