CNC Machining, Associate in Applied Science Degree
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Program Description for CNC Machining
The Blong Technology Center (BTC) offers manual machining and Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machining. Certificate programs are available in both manual and CNC programming; the Associate in Applied Science degree program is available in CNC machining. Learning is hands-on in the modern laboratory furnished with the same types of equipment used by local manufacturing plants. Classes are offered in an eight-week format with a flexible schedule of attendance during day and evening hours (subject to sufficient enrollment).
Award Options for CNC Machining
Job Outlook for CNC Machining
Overall employment of computer control programmers and operators is expected to increase by four percent over the 2010-20 period, which is slower than average for all occupations. Employment of computer controlled machine tool operators, metal and plastic is expected to increase by seven percent, which is about as fast as the average for all occupations.
The increasing use of CNC machine tools in all sectors of the manufacturing industry, replacing older mechanical metal and plastic working machines, will increase demand for computer-controlled machine tool operators. Median hourly wages of computer-controlled machine tool operators, metal and plastic, are $22.08. The middle 50 percent earned between $17.60 and $28.03.
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Locations: Blong Technology Center
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