Course Descriptions

CNC Mill Machining, COC

EBS 115 Pre-Algebra 3 Cr Hrs

Arithmetic with fractions, decimals and percents. Introduction to the metric system. Provides applications to measurement and consumer math. This course does not count toward AS, AA, AGS or AAS degrees.

EMP 100 Global Professional Standards 2 Cr Hrs

Provides a study of human relations and professional development in today’s rapidly changing world that prepares students for living and working in a complex society. Topics include human relations, job acquisition, job retention, job advancement and professional image skills.

MMG 102 Blueprint Reading I 2 Cr Hrs

Gives instruction in the universal language of drawing interpretation from which information is conveyed for the manufacture of parts and assemblies.

MMG 144 CNC Mills 6 Cr Hrs

Introduces the actual machine set-up utilizing various clamping vises and fixtures along with computer numerical control (CNC) machine operation methods and techniques necessary to produce a variety of discrete parts on the CNC mills.

MMG 147 Principles of Machining I 2 Cr Hrs

Introduces students to basic metal-working concepts, including metal-cutting fundamentals, identification and use of hand and cutting tools, various machine tool operations and the use and care of precision measuring instruments. Course is a preliminary to matching laboratory courses and addresses the safe use of machine and hand tools.

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