Computerized Machining Technology
Student Learning Outcomes:
- Understand the use of engine lathes and milling machines and associated safety guidelines as applied to an industrial setting.
- Ability to read blueprints in order to produce engineered parts and assemblies.
- Ability to apply programming and operational skills required to manufacture parts using computer controlled mills and lathes.
- Ability to utilize mathematical reasoning as applied to the machining trade.
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Grad Placement Rate in Related Field or Continuing Education - The number of completers who are working in an occupation related to their field of study or continuing their education divided by the number of completers in the program during the fiscal year.