Computer Numeric Control/Programmer II Certificate Level II
- Fifteen month program
- Enter the workforce quickly
- This certificate can be stacked and earned credits can be applied toward a Machining Technology AAS Degree.
- Full program offered at LSC-CyFair, LSC-North Harris, LSC-Montgomery, and LSC-University Park
- Machining Technology Department
Machining technology programs are designed to prepare graduates for careers in the manufacturing industries. Topics include blueprint reading, computer-aided manufacturing (CADCAM), extensive hands-on set up, machine shop math, operating manual lathes and mills, as well as operating and programming CNC machine tools.
Machine tool technology is classified as an evolving occupation and the demand in careers for machinists is projected to remain steady and provide future employment growth and economic competitiveness within Texas.
Please contact Michael L. Young at Michael.L.Young@LoneStar.edu or call 832.920.5062 for more information (LSC-CyFair)
Robb Radakovich at Robert.L.Radakovich@LoneStar.edu or call 936.521.4515 for more information (LSC-Conroe Center)
Jessica Olsen at Jessica.K.Olsen@LoneStar.edu for more information (LSC-North Harris)
Steve Kahla at Steven.C.Kahla@LoneStar.edu or call 281.655.3788 for more information (LSC-Univeristy Park)
Britany Williams at Britany.N.Williams@LoneStar.edu for more information (LSC-Victory Center)
James Lanes at James.R.Lane@LoneStar.edu or call 281.765.7837
This certificate can be stacked and earned credits can be applied toward a Machining Technology AAS Degree.
|First Semester Courses||15 Credits|
|MCHN 1302||Print Reading for Machine Trades||3|
|MCHN 1338||Basic Machine Shop I||3|
|MCHN 1343||Machine Shop Mathematics||3|
|COSC 1301||Introduction to Computers||3|
|MCHN 1319||Manufacturing Materials and Processes||3|
|Second Semester Courses||16 Credits|
|MCHN 2334||Operation of CNC Machining Centers||3|
|MCHN 2331||Operation of CNC Turning Centers||3|
|MCHN 1426||Introduction to Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM)||4|
|MCHN 1352||Intermediate Machining I||3|
|MCHN 2341||Advanced Machining I||3|
|First Semester Courses||13 Credits|
|ENGL 1301||Composition & Rhetoric I||3|
|MCHN 2438||Advanced Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM)||4|
|MCHN 2335||Advanced CNC Manufacturing||3|
|MCHN 2303||Fundamentals of Computer Numeric Controlled (CNC) Machine Controls||3|
|Computer Numeric Control Operator/Programmer II Certificate Program Total||44 Credits|
Median wage: Wages vary by position title and credentials1
Representative career titles and job positions for this program plan include:
- Production Machinist2
- CNC Machinist2
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