The Manufacturing Technology Department offers the opportunity for students to excel by providing the latest information and technology in both the lecture and laboratory settings. The Manufacturing Technology program has included the most modern software and hardware to provide a good environment for learning. The inclusion of new computer controlled laser technology and continuing the use of general manufacturing process technology gives the students access to industrial tools and technologies found in industry. A comprehensive set of undergraduate courses are offered for students interested in working toward the completion of proficiency awards in CNC Operation and Manufacturing Applications, transfer classes for university credit and general interest courses for the returning student looking for skill improvement and employment in local industry.
The Manufacturing Technology program teaches Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machine Operator training and Manufacturing Technology. Courses offered include applied machining, measurements and computations, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, quality control and mechanical inspection, and more.