Advanced Manufacturing Technology -- Computer Controlled Precision Manufacturing Emphasis
The Advanced Manufacturing Technology - Computer Controlled Precision Manufacturing Emphasis program prepares individuals to shape metal parts on conventional and CNC Lathes, Vertical Milling Machines and grinders. Students learn to make computations related to work dimensions, test using precision measuring instruments, machine and heat-treat various metals, and lay out machine parts. Students also will gain an introduction to CAD/CAM systems and CNC programming.
Precision Machining Certificate (28 credits)
COCP 1201 Microsoft Office Basics (2)
MTTP 1208 Measuring Tools (1)
MTTP 1220 Blueprint Reading I (2)
MTTP 1241 Introduction to CAD (3)
MTTP 1245 Machining Fundamentals I (4)
MTTP 1256 Applied Machining Theory (3)
MTTP 1265 Machining Fundamentals II (4)
MTTP 1262 Blueprint Reading II (2)
MTTP 1279 CNC Set-up & Operate (5)
MTTP 2263 Quality in Manufacturing (2)
Computer Controlled Precision Machining Diploma (17 additional credits)
ENGL 1276 College Composition (4) or ENGL 1277 Technical Communications (4)
GSTP 1235 Heat Treating & Metallurgy (1)
MTTP 1261 Introduction to CAM (2)
MTTP 1277 Machining Processes (2)
MTTP 2255 CNC Programming (5)
MTTP 2260 Cutting Tool Technology (1)
Technical Electives (2)
Computer Controlled Precision Manufacturing A.A.S. Degree (15 additional credits)
MATH 1260 College Algebra (3)
MTTP 2290 Manufacturing Capstone Project or MTTP 1268 Machining Internship (3)
Minnesota Transfer Curriculum Goal #1 Communications (3)
Minnesota Transfer Curriculum Electives, any goal area (6)
For more specific information about this program's required courses, visit the Course Outlines page.
Cost of Program
To determine the cost of this program, visit the Tuition and Fees page.
Students within the Precision Machining and Manufacturing Program must acquire a comprehensive set of tools -- a requirement for the program. Click here for the Tool List.
Manufacturing Technology - Prototype/Reverse Engineering
The Manufacturing Technology - Prototype/Reverse Engineering program is an additional certificate students may pursue after completing the above Diploma. The Manufacturing Technology - Prototype/Reverse Engineering certificate program builds on the skills developed in the Computer Controlled Precision Machining Diploma and is designed to provide the student with additional machining skills and training in the technologies of rapid prototyping and the reverse engineering of conceptualized parts and/or tooling. For more information about this advanced diploma, visit the Manufacturing Technology - Prototype/Reverse Engineering program page.