Basic Conventional Machining


Advising Code: A 50 21 0 C1

The Basic Conventional Machining Certificate introduces students to manual machining, both lathes and mills. The students will learn blueprint reading, machining calculations, and the measuring tools (metrology) used in the industry.

Program Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of the Basic Conventional Machining certificate, the graduate should be able to:

  • Complete projects using milling machines, bench grinders, power saws, lathes, and drill presses
  • Produce rapid prototyping models
  • Complete computer-aided drafting projects
  • Students completing this certificate will acquire a minimum of 2 National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS)

Total Credits: 10

Spring Semester I

Total Credits: 4

Total credit hours required for certificate: 14

Last update 03/31/2015