|Faculty:||School of Manufacturing and Automation
|Field of Study:||Machine Tool Technology/Machinist
|Description:||Start a career as a machinist in industries like oil and gas manufacturing and medical technology with this program that covers blueprint reading and process planning, machining and metal cutting with mills, drills, lathes and grinders.
This full-time program is a great way to start your career as a machinist — a rewarding and challenging trade with precision and craftsmanship as core attributes. As a Machinist Technician, you'll set up and operate precision equipment for the production of a variety of components and assemblies. Machinists make or modify primarily metal components to very fine tolerances. You will learn skills including, but not limited to: machining, machine set-up, blueprint reading, process planning, design validation, precision measurement and heat treatment.