Computer Numerical Control Certificate
J. Erik Robey, BS, PE/PS, Chair
Phone: (419) 995-8071
Office: JJC 132
Students completing the Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) Certificate have the skills to operate and program CNC lathes and mills. Students completing this certificate learn to program manually using M and G Codes and using MasterCAM.
All students successfully completing the Manufacturing Engineering Technology (FMS) degree are eligible for this certificate. Students completing the Mechanical Engineering Technology (MET) degree only need to take one additional course, FMS 2220 CAM/CNC Machining II, to gain this certificate.
See here for details.
|FMS 2210||CAM/CNC Machining I||3|
|FMS 2220||CAM/CNC Machining II||3|
|SDE 1010 ||First Year Experience||1|
|Minimum 3 Credits|
|IMT 1911||Technical Math I||3|
|MTH 1210||Mathematics I||3|
|MTH 1370||College Algebra||4|
|Minimum 7 Credits|
|ENV 1300||OSHA Regulations and Safety||3|
|MET 1000||Engineering Graphics with AutoCAD||3|
|MET 1010||Blueprint Reading and Sketching||3|
|MET 1020||Material Science||3|
|MET 1110||Manufacturing Processes||3|
|MET 2210||Strength of Materials||3|
|MET 2310||Fluid Power||3|
|MET 2440||Computer Aided Design||3|