The manufacturing program at ACC definitely helped prepare me for my job at CNC Engineering. The electrical theory and circuit theory courses were instrumental in developing the skills I need to perform my job responsibilities.

Advanced Manufacturing Machine Technology II

The Advanced Machine Technology II provides enhanced skills to those seeking positions in machine technology environments.  Credits earned can be used for transfer into the Asnuntuck Technological Studies Associate in Science degree program (under the Machine Technology Option), and pathway to enter CCSU’s School of Technology.

MAJOR REQUIREMENTS

Courses
Number Title Credits
MFG* 223 Metrology II 3
MFG* 211 CAD/CAM 3
MFG* 212 Multi-Axis Machine Programming 3
MFG* 160 Introduction to GD&T 3
MFG* 213 Capstone Projects  4
Total Credits Required: 16

++ Transfer students should consult transfer institutions for course recommendations.

The objective of the certificate program is to provide a second level of essential skills and knowledge to individuals seeking a background in the machine technology profession. This certificate is targeted to students who have completed the 34 semester hour Advanced Manufacturing Machine Technology Program.

Technological changes in production have required a much higher skilled employee that possesses computer skills (including software & hardware skills, such as, CNC, CAD & CAM and other computer applications); higher levels of math; abstract reasoning skill; and measurement skills. This program provides the advanced technical skills in machining, design, measurement, and production techniques.

 

This certificate enables the candidate to enter the private sector with the skills and abilities to secure employment in many different areas of manufacturing including machine operator, set up and operation of CNC, and Layout and Inspection. The certificate also provides the candidate with the basis to move into higher levels of manufacturing processes.

The career ladder in Advanced Manufacturing is vast, beginning with machining jobs, leading to departmental supervision, and then to management opportunities. Career opportunities into management are a natural segway due to the advanced machining and programming skills provided by this program.

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Paul Felici
860.253.3189
pfelici@asnuntuck.edu