Students of the CAS in Machining Technology will learn the skills needed to earn the National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) Certificates. These industry specific certifications demonstrate to employers that students have a particular aptitude and breadth of knowledge in machining. This CAS is a 41 credit hour certificate. The structure of the program allows students to complete the required 41 credits by attending a Fall and Spring semesters, making this a program that students can expeditiously complete and enter the workforce with a valuable and legitimate college credential. The CAS in Machining Technology will provide students the opportunity to learn the important aspects of the science and art of machining.
A Professional Certificate in Machining Technology may be awarded at the successful completion of the first semester of study. Students who wish to continue a second semester may earn a Certificate of Applied Science in Machning Technology.
At that time, a student has the following options: