A: Refer to the "Prerequisites" tab above.
Machinists use lathes, milling machines, and machining centers to produce metal parts that meet precise specifications. You will learn Computerized Numerical Controls to become a CNC operator or machinist, and prepare for the NIMS Certified Machine Technician exam.
- Bring products to life using the latest tools and techniques in computerized machining
- Program and control advanced industrial CNC machines to produce everyday products used worldwide
- Manufacture precise steel, aluminum, and plastic components used in high-demand industries such as aviation, energy, automotive, and healthcare