Machining Master Certificate
The Machining Master Certificate is a non-credit Fast Track program offered at LSC-Conroe Center and LSC-University Park. For more information, please contact the Continuing Education department at LSCCE@LoneStar.edu.
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The Machining Master Certificate prepares graduates for careers in the operation and programming of computer numeric control (CNC) drills, grinder, mills and lathes used extensively in the manufacturing and repair industries. This program provides students with needed math skills, as well as an excellent blueprint reading, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, and precision measurement tools used in the actual industry. The master certificate program also includes advanced course offering include manufacturing, utilizing CNC equipment, computerized machine protocols as well as manual machining . This combination of courses contributes to a safe and productive environment for the trainee to develop the skills necessary for an apprentice position in the machining industry.
- Contact Hours: 384
- Cost of Program: $5,283
- Median Wage: $38,670 per year1
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|MCHNC||1104306||Machine Shop Mathematics||64|
|DFTGC||1102500||Blueprint Reading and Sketching||48|
|MCHNC||1103801||Basic Machine Shop I||80|
|BUSGC||1101200||Work Skills for the Workplace||16|
|MCHNC||1200300||CNC Machine Controls, Fundamentals||48|
|MCHNC||1203100||Operation of CNC Turning Center||64|
|MCHNC||1203400||Operation of CNC Machining Centers||64|
TOTAL Contact Hours for Machining Master Certificate:
This certificate program prepares for the first NIMS Exam.
- Wage Data is based on annual salaries from Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Employment Statistics, 2013, www.bls.gov/oes.