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Computer - Integrated Machining Diploma

Some courses are split over more than one term. Both the AB and the BB section of the course must be completed to earn full course credit. For example, MAC 111AB is offered in the fall and MAC 111BB is offered at night in the spring. Both courses must be taken to earn credit for MAC 111.

Suggested Sequence of Course - Night Sequence

FIRST YEAR

Hours

Fall Semester

Class

Lab

Credit

BPR 111

Print Reading

1

2

2

MAC 111AB

Machining Technology I

1

6

3

MAC 151

Machining Calculations

1

2

2

 

 

3

10

7

Spring Semester

DFT 119

Basic CAD or

1

2

2

DFT 151

CAD I

2

3

3

MAC 111BB

Machining Technology I

1

6

3

 

Communication Course*

3

0

3

 

 

5-6

8-9

8-9

Summer Term

MAC 112AB

Machining Technology II

1

6

3

MAC 121

Intro to CNC

2

0

2

 

 

3

6

5

SECOND YEAR

Fall Semester

MAC 112BB

Machining Technology II

1

6

3

MAC 122

CNC Turning

1

3

2

 

General Education Course*

3

0-2

3-4

 

 

5

9-11

8-9

Spring Semester

MAC 113AB

Machining Technology III

1

6

3

MAC 124

CNC Milling

1

3

2

 

 

2

9

5

Summer Term

MAC 113BB

Machining Technology III

1

6

3

MEC 110

Intro to CAD/CAM

1

2

2

 

 

2

8

5

TOTAL CREDIT HOURS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION: 38-40

*See: "Course and Hour Requirements"

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