CAD/CNC (AAS)

This program is designed to provide basic training in Computer-Aided Design skills (CAD) combined with the application of Computer Numerical Control (CNC) programming and machining skills. Upon completing this program students will be prepared to work as a CNC Operator, CNC Machinist, CNC Programmer, CAD Operator, or CAD/CAM Operator. This program is offered for full-time and part-time, day or night, as well as Early College and Dual Enrollment students. Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should consult with an MCC Counselor

Source: MCC 2021-22 Catalog

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS 16-19 CR. HRS.
ENG 101 3
English Composition
Choose one (1) Course from: 3
BCOM 102
Advanced Bus and Tech Communications
ENG 102
English Composition
COM 201
Public Speaking
Choose one (1) Course from: 3-4
BUS 127
Human Relations
ANTH 103
Cultural Diversity in Contemporary Society
ECON 101A
Principles of Macroeconomics
HE 110 1
Industrial Safety and Workplace Training
Choose two (2) Courses From: 6-8
TMAT 102A
Technical Math II
TMAT 201
Technical Math III
MATH 111
Algebra with Coordinate Geometry (Recommended for Transfer)
MATH 112
Trigonometric Functions with Coordinate Geometry
COMPUTER-AIDED DRAFTING & DESIGN REQUIREMENTS 13 CR. HRS.
CAD 110 3
Intro to Computer-Aided Drafting (2D)
CAD 210 3
Parametric Design I-Part Modeling
CAD 220A 4
Parametric Design II-Assemblies
CAD 250 3
Introduction to Solidworks 3D
MACHINE TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS 19-20 CR. HRS.
MT 101B 4
Basic Machining
MT 102A 3
Intermediate Machining
MT 205A 3
NC/CNC (Computer Numerical Control)
MT 206A 3
2-D CAD/CAM Computer-Aided Design/Machining
MT 216 3
3-D CAD/CAM Computer-Aided Design/Machining
Choose one (1) Course from: 3-4
MT 222
Machining Capstone
CAD 260
CAD Capstone
REQUIRED ELECTIVES 8-12 CR. HRS.
Electives must be chosen from the following list or have departmental approval.
AMT 129 3
Introduction to Technology
CAD 135A 3
Engineering Graphics
CAD 150 3
Blueprint Reading
CAD 255 3
Introduction to Siemens NX
CSS 100A 3
College Success Seminar
COM 201 3
Public Speaking
ELTC 101AL&L 4
Electricity-Basic
ELTC 104 3
Basic Industrial Robots
ELTC 150 3
Industrial Electricity
ELTR 101A 4
Electronics-Basic
ENGR 105 4
Introduction to Engineering
HP 101 3
Hydraulics/Pneumatics
HP 201 3
Advanced Hydraulics
MATH 100A 4
Intermediate Algebra
MATH 161 4
Calculus I
MATH 162A 4
Calculus II
MET 101 3
Industrial Materials
MET 102 3
Basic Cast Metals
MET 201 3
Metallurgy
MET 103A 3
Advanced Machining
MET 150 3
Machinery Handbook
MT 218 3
5-Axis, CNC & CMM
QC 101 3
Basic Quality Control
TECH 290CI 3
Cooperative Internship
TECH 201A 3
Introduction to Mechatronics
TMAT 101A 3
Technical Math I
W 101A 3
Basic Welding
Total 60

Students are advised that it could be dangerous to wear contact lenses in any area where fumes from chemicals, solvents, gases, and areas where electrical flash may be present. You should plan to wear prescription eyeglasses if you take classes where these hazards exist.