About the Program
Do you like computers? Are you good at building things with your hands? If yes, then consider a career as a computer numerical control (CNC) machinist.
In this program, you’ll gain the skills to run high-tech equipment that makes tools, dies and machine parts for the manufacturing industry. You’ll learn to operate machine tools, read blue prints and use CNC programming software. Your training will include hands-on experiences in the shop, where you’ll build a practical understanding of manufacturing equipment, processes and systems.
With this degree, you’ll be prepared for a CNC machinist position in all types of manufacturing environments—from small, owner-operated shops to major manufacturing plants.