The two-year Precision Machining Program exposes students to precision manufacturing and computer numerically-controlled machining. Students will gain insight on the select tools and materials needed to make durable goods, read blueprints, comprehend CNC theory and procedures, utilize machine shop math, etc.
Machinist operator, CNC machinist, maintenance machinist; knowledge obtained in this program is transferable to a broad spectrum of careers
Precision Machining entry-level salary: $13.63 – $13.77 per hour**
*with additional education in this pathway | **Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment & Wages
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