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 Computer-Integrated Machining
Associate in Applied Science Degree (A50210)


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|Career Outline|

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|Program Learning Outcomes|

Curriculum
|Program Types|

|Contacts|

 

 

Overview

The Computer-Integrated Machining curriculum is designed to develop skills in the theory and safe use of hand tools, power machinery, computerized equipment, and sophisticated precision inspection instruments.Machining Technology

Students will learn to interpret blueprints, set up manual and CNC machines, perform basic and advanced machining operations, and make decision to insure that work quality is maintained. 

 

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Career Outline

Employment opportunities for machining technicians exist in manufacturing industries, public institutions, governmental agencies, and a wide range of specialty machining job shops.

Careers and Manufacturing Video Presentation

This is a presentation about careers a student can go into if they get a Diploma or Associate Degree in the Computer-Integrated Machining program. It will give you information about the working environment, the companies you can work for, the type of automated equipment you will be operating and the amount of money you can expect to earn.

View the Careers and Manufacturing video presentation. (video)

View automation students will be exposed to  (video)

Machining Technology Photo Gallery (photos)

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Program Learning Outcomes

Graduate must demonstrate:

  • Knowledge and hands-on competences in manufacturing/mechancial production, computers, machining instrumentation systems, and mechanical CAD.
  • Ability to think critically about technical problems, communicate effectively, and perform as a responsible professional.
  • Graduates will understand ethical/social responsibility, respect for diversity, and commitment to quality, timelineness, and continuous improvement.

Curriculum

Link to Curriculum in Acalog

http://catalog.gaston.edu/preview_program.php?catoid=6&poid=665&returnto=180

 

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 Program Types

  • Associate -  Day/Evening Courses
  • Diploma -    Day/Evening Courses
  • Certificate - Day/Evening Courses 
  • Manual and CNC Turning Certificate C50210A
  • Manual and CNC Milling Certificate C50210B
  • (CNC) Computer Numerical Control and (CAM) Computer Aided Manufacturing C50210C

  **Note - For evening program sequence contact Steve Stokes.

Contacts

Chairperson: Steve Stokes
Phone: 704.922.6395
Location: PTI 113C
Email: stokes.steve@gaston.edu

 

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