Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM)
Certificate of Specialization in Computer Aided Manufacturing is an 18-credit-hour program designed to upgrade the skills of persons currently employed in numerical control programming.
This program provides those currently employed in manufacturing with a specialty in numerical control programming and provides students in technical areas with specialization in a specific area of manufacturing. Students learn the basics of numerical control programming through the use of computers and computer graphics, with an orientation toward fabrication and assembly of a product after the design phase is completed.
Persons interested in this program should consult a counselor to determine whether they have the prerequisites for the program.
Graduates are qualified for positions in computer-aided drafting, numerical control programming and/or as numerical control machine operators and related mechanical/manufacturing areas.