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CNC Programmer (NDP.CNCP)

The CNC (Computer Numerical Control) Programmer certificate program is designed to provide students with the skills necessary to gain entry level employment in the metal working or wood working industry. It is recommended that students complete the CNC Operator certificate before enrolling in the CNC programmer certificate program. Students learn: blueprint reading, Computer Aided Drafting, shop mathematics, machine tool theory, inspection, quality control and CNC programming using state of the art equipment. Students will gain valuable hands-on experience as they complete a minimum of 225 clock hours of Supervised Occupational Experience at an industry location. Career opportunities may include entry-level CNC programmer or general manufacturing technician. Upon completion, students also receive industry recognized certificates in Fanuc CNC Mill and Turn Programming and OSHA 10 hour Safety.

Program requirements may change over time. Specific degree/graduation requirements are determined by a degree audit.


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FIRST YEAR
First Semester   Hours
CAD-056 CAD I  
2.0
CIM-060 CNC Machining
3.0
CIM-092 Computer-Aided Manufacturing  
3.0
TEC-052 Technical Math II
2.0
--- --- Technical Electives  
2.0
CIM-075 Supervised Occupational Experi
3.0
CIM-044 Industrial Robotics  
2.0
SEMESTER TOTALS 17.0
TOTAL PROGRAM HOURS 17.00
SUGGESTED ELECTIVES
WEL-056 Metal Cutting and Fabrication
2.0
CAD-062 Introduction to Solidworks  
2.0
SPE-111 Intro to Speech Communication  
3.0
HED-178 Responding to Emergencies  
2.0