CNC Machining and Programming

Degree offered

Certificate of Recognition in Computerized Numeric Control Machining and Program

Credits required 13


Sarmad Saman

Program contact

Mary Cass, Coordinator and Associate Professor of Automation Technology, ext. 2248

Program Code: CM

Program Goals Statement

Students learn to use standard machine-shop equipment and operate and program CNC machinery to become manufacturing technicians. Students also understand the materials to be processed and technical drawing through the use of AutoCAD.

Program Information

  • This program serves as a solid base for continuing on toward a degree, with all courses transferring to BCC’s Automation, Electro-Mechanical and Mechanical Technology programs.
  • This program utilizes BCC’s NSF-funded Computer-Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) Laboratory facility, utilizing typical industrial CNC machining centers.
  • Students must have previously completed algebra II and geometry before enrolling in certificate courses.

Program Requirements

Program Courses

EGR 172Material Science

4 credits

Total Credit Hours:4

Choose one of the following

CAD 101Computer Aided Drafting

3 credits

CAD 111Advanced Computer Aided Design

3 credits

CAD 112Advanced Computer Aided Design II

3 credits

CAD 172Computer Aided Mechanical Design

3 credits

Total Credit Hours:12

Choose two of the following

CAD 211Computer Aided Manufacturing

3 credits

EGR 111Fundamentals of Manual Machining

4 credits

EGR 112Automated Machining

3 credits

Total Credit Hours:10

Recommended Course Sequence - Fall Semester 1

CAD 101 or CAD 111 or CAD 112 or CAD 172 and EGR 111 or EGR 112 or EGR 172


Recommended Course Sequence - Spring Semester 2

CAD 211 or EGR 111 or EGR 112 or EGR 172
Choose two

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