Computer Integrated Manufacturing


(Associate of Applied Science degree or certificate. Courses required for the career-technical certificate are indicated by *.)

In this program, students will learn computer integration in industrial manufacturing, which is the key to providing high precision and intricate machined metal parts into the world's growing demand for extremely technical design. With the assistance of computer aided drafting and computer aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM), the gap between manufacturing and engineering tightens. The results of this integration are higher standards of precision and quality, along with programming, set-up, and machine cycle time reduction of CNC machining centers and turning centers.

Graduates will be prepared to enter careers as CNC Operators, CNC Programmers, CNC Set-up, CNC Machinists, Manufacturing Technicians, and Research and Development Technicians.

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Courses Offered:
CIM105 Intro to Machining Procedures*                       To Watch the CIM Video - Click the image below:Click for Video
CIM125 CNC Programming I*
CIM150 Machining Procedures*
CIM155 CNC Programming II*
CIM205 Advanced Machining Procedures*
CIM210 Quality Assurance*
CIM225 Advanced CNC Programming*
CIM235 Computer Integrated Manufacturing*
CIM240 Computer Aided Manufacturing*
CIM250 Intro to 3D Contouring*
MTT108 Industrial Blueprint Reading*
MTT116 Dimensional Metrology*


Recommended Order of Courses

 

First Semester  Hours 
COL101 Intro to College: Strategies for Success*♦
CIM105 Intro to Machining Procedures* 
CIM125 CNC Programming I* 
CIS133 Microcomputer Software Applications 
MTH105 Industrial Math*
MTT108 Industrial Blueprint Reading* 
  16 
   
Second Semester   
CIM150 Machining Procedures* 
CIM155 CNC Programming II* 
ENG101 English composition I 
MTH121 Technical Math I 
MTT116 Dimensional Metrology* 
  17 
   
Third Semester   
CIM205 Advanced Machining Procedures* 
CIM210 Quality Assurance* 
CIM225 Advanced CNC Programming* 
Humanities/Communications
HST103 or PSC102 
  17 
   
Fourth Semester   
CIM235 Computer Integrated Manufacturing* 
CIM240 Computer Aided Manufacturing* 
CIM250 Intro to 3D Contouring* 
Social/Behavioral Science 
  14 
   
Total Hours Required for Certificate * 46 
Total Hours Required for Degree  64 
   
♦ GUD136, Mastering the College Experience, will also fulfill the First Year Experience requirement.   

12-13 Gainful Employment Disclosures for Computer Integrated Manufacturing Certificate Program 

 

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 26 March 2014 )