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Computer Integrated Machining Department Overview


The Computer Integrated Machining program consists of both classroom and lab experiences. Hands-on application through the completion of projects will be emphasized. As a result, learners will become familiar with the various machines, design methods, manufacturing processes, and safety practices associated with the machining industry. Learners will have several career options to choose from upon graduation.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Computer Integrated Machining (CIM) protram is to prepare students for employment in the machine tool trade. 

Core Competencies

  1. Operate industry-specific computer software
  2. Demonstrate computer machining skills
  3. Demonstrate safe machining practices
  4. Produce quality machined parts
  5. Evaulate the quality of machined parts against industry standards

Department Faculty

Bill Block,   Chris DeVries,   Cody McCall,   Jon Morgan