Computerized Machining Technology
The trained machinist makes a vital contribution to the technological development of modern society. All types of manufacturing processes require machining skills to set up and operate machine tools to produce precision parts based on blueprints, written, and verbal information.
This program provides students with the opportunity to develop machining skills through the operation of conventional machine tools such as lathes, mills, and grinders as well as to obtain basic and intermediate level experience running:
- computer numerical control (CNC) lathes and mills,
- computer-aided drafting (CAD), and
- computer-aided machining (CAM).
The curriculum is comprehensive and industry based covering industry-specific knowledge and general workplace competencies. Approximately two thirds of each day is spent in the machine shop, producing actual machined parts.
Certificates & Degrees
- Post-Secondary Technical Certificate: CNC Programmer
- Advanced Technical Certificate: CNC Operator
- Advanced Technical Certificate: Machining Technology
- Associate of Applied Science Degree: Computerized Machining Technology
Program Options & Length:
- Program begins in August and January
- Program length is 2 1/2 to 4 1/2 semesters
- Admits 20 students each year
- Typical classroom / Shop hours are from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., 5 days per week
- Summer Session - one summer session is required
Paying for College
You may apply for financial aid, scholarships, grants, and loans to help finance your college education. When you pay registration fees, you are a student of Idaho State University with the privileges and responsibilities of a college student.
|Admissions Information:||Click Here|
|Certificate:||Advanced Technical Certificate - Machining Technology|
|Tuition and Fees:||$14,042.50*|
|Books and Supplies:||$3,198.00|
|Room and Board||$6,439.50**|
|Normal Program Length:||4.5 Sem.|
|Number Completed in Normal Time:||NR|
|Normal Completion Rate (from the time students enrolled at ISU):||100 %|
|Program Completion Rate (from the time students enrolled in program classes):||100 %|
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NR On-time completion rates are not reported for programs with fewer than 10 completers in order to protect student privacy.
* Based on 2012-13 full-time, Idaho resident tuition and fee schedule.
** Based on 2012-13 double occupancy rates and 100 meal plus flex money plan.
*** Based on completer placement data from the 2011-2012 fiscal year submitted January 15, 2012 to the Idaho State Division of Professional-Technical Education (ISDPTE). Positive placement is defined by the ISDPTE as completers enrolled in the military, employed in a related training, employed in a field unrelated to training, or pursing additional education.