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|CIMM 100||Introduction to Machining and Manufacturing||3 Cr.|
|CIMM 101||Machine Shop Safety||1 Cr.|
|CIMM 102||Basic Lathe Operation||1 Cr.|
|CIMM 103||Basic Mill Operation||1 Cr.|
|CIMM 105||Introduction to Blueprint Reading||1 Cr.|
|CIMM 110||Manual Lathe Operation||3 Cr.|
|CIMM 115||Manual Mill||3 Cr.|
|CIMM 121||CNC Lathe Operation Fundamentals||4 Cr.|
|CIMM 122||CNC Mill Operation Fundamentals||4 Cr.|
|CIMM 150||Lathe Internship & Co-Op||3 Cr.|
|CIMM 151||Mill Internship & Co-Op||3 Cr.|
|CIMM 161||Advanced Mill Operations||4 Cr.|
|CIMM 225||MasterCAM I||3 Cr.|
|CIMM 231||Capstone - Job Planning, Benchwork & Layout||1 Cr.|
|CIMM 232||Capstone - Milling||1 Cr.|
|CIMM 233||Capstone - Chucking||1 Cr.|
|CIMM 234||Capstone - Turning||1 Cr.|
|CIMM 235||Capstone - Surface Grinding||1 Cr.|
|CIMM 236||Capstone - CNC Milling||1 Cr.|
|CIMM 237||Capstone - CNC Turning||1 Cr.|
|CIMM 238||Capstone - Drill Press||1 Cr.|
|Precision Machining Consortium Program|
Consortium industry partners have identified the skills needed for entry-level machinists at their companies. The combination of hands-on learning, quality instruction, and practical experience prepares students for area in-demand careers.
This 16-week program REQUIRES attendance Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. Students spend the first ten weeks in the lab and classroom mastering basic machining skills. During the last six weeks of the program, students work four days a week as paid interns and spend one day of the week on campus for additional instruction in the classroom and lab.
Some of these classes are grant funded and are offered with no tuition charge to the student. Book costs, program fees, and lab fees are applicable. Students must attend a MoManufacturingWINs information session to enroll; contact Michael Tyler at 604-5623 to sign up for one of the information sessions.
*Students can test out of CSIS 100.