The Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology program provides the skills and technical knowledge needed for a career in the machining industry as a mold maker, a tool and die maker, CAD/CAM designer programmer, machinist, or CNC machinist.
Student Learning Outcomes
Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology graduates are prepared to:
- Communicate in the industry using skills in precision measuring, dimensioning and print reading.
- Plan a machine procedure and machine a part using manually operated equipment according to prints.
- Plan a machine procedure, program parts, set up and operate CNC operated equipment according to prints.
- Exhibit personal standards accepted in the business and working world.
- Utilize computer-aided design/computer-aided machining (CAD/CAM) software to produce a part with multi-axis machining procedures.
Associate of Applied Science