Precision Machining Technology
The Precision Machining Technology program offers a broad training experience in the metal products industry. Through a combination of classroom study and assigned shop activities, students acquire essential background information, develop trade skills, and become familiar with production methods and standards common to the industry. Within the shop setting, emphasis is on the practical application of skills.
Graduates of the Precision Machining Technology program are employed as machine operators, machinists, CNC machinists, tool and die makers, quality control inspectors, machine assemblers, machine tool designers, CNC programmer or field service representatives.
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RAMP (Regional Advanced Machining Partnership)
Precision Machining Technology Gainful Employment Disclosure