Computer Integrated Manufacturing

Program Description

Catalog Year: 2019

Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) is a "board spectrum" computer automation focused manufacturing technology degree program designed to maximize employment options for students, while servicing our local manufacturing businesses with quality trained professional ready to perform high tech manufacturing tasks

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Program Requirements

Computer Integrated Manufacturing VS Courses : CIM VS Courses

Take:
  • IMT-103 - Industrial Manufacturing Tech I
  • IMT-104 - Industrial Manufacturing Tech II
  • CAD-101 - Introduction to Engineering Design
  • IMT-107 - Technical Math I
  • CAD-120 - Introduction to SolidWorks
  • IMT-220 - Introduction to CNC Programming
  • CAD-121 - Advanced Concepts in SolidWorks
  • IST-140 - Programmable Controllers I
  • IMT-221 - Introduction to CNC Toolpathing
  • CAD-208 - Applied Descriptive Geometry & Statics
  • IMT-110 - Intro to Computer Integrated Mfg

Computer Integrated Manufacturing VS Courses : IST 120 OR IST 125

Take 1 course from:
  • IST-120 - Hydraulics
  • IST-125 - Pneumatics

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