Why This Program?
Using lathes, milling machines and spindles, machinists make precision metal parts in machining shops or in manufacturing firms that produce durable goods, including metalworking and industrial machinery, aircraft, or motor vehicles. Computer-control programmers and operators use computer numerically controlled (CNC) machines to produce large quantities of product.
This program prepares students for entry into machining careers. Machinists produce customized, precision components for machinery. Students learn to read blueprints, utilize precision measurement
tools, and operate machine tools, including drilling machines, lathes, milling machines, saws, grinders, and computer-controlled machines.