Jan 23, 2022  
2021-2022 Lane Community College Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Lane Community College Catalog

Manufacturing Technology Computer Numerical Control Technician Option, AAS


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Length: 93 credits

Program Contacts

Estimated Cost: $20,668.00

  • Resident Tuition: $11,718.00*
  • Technology Fees: $1023.00
  • General Student Fees: $804.00**
  • Online Course Fee: (if applicable)
  • Books / Course Materials: $941.00
  • Program Specific Fees: $1,326.00 (course fees, materials)
  • Other Cost / Expenses: $1,425.00*** (instruments, tools)
  • Differential Fees: $3431.00****

Costs provided are estimates only. Learn more and view current tuition and fee information at lanecc.edu/esfs/credit-tuition.

Resident tuition is based on all program requirements (general education, core, directed electives).

**General Student fees are paid once each term, depending on whether you are taking classes on Main Campus, or at one of the outreach centers or by distance learning. 

*** Any special info about program costs or expenses.

**** This is the total of all the differential fees attached to the courses in this program.

Program Learning Outcomes


The purpose of this program is to prepare students for the challenging technicalities of CNC Manufacturing. This program focuses heavily on CNC operation, especially CNC-specific safety procedures, CAD, CAM, and g-code.

Manufacturing Technology has long been a staple in any modern economy. Since the 1960s, CNC Manufacturing has been increasing rapidly. Everything around you, from your car to your cell phone, medical equipment to construction tools, has been designed in CAM software, had each piece prototyped and finally mass produced on CNC machines. 

CNC Technology is better for producing many parts from the same print than manual manufacturing. Almost every modern field has parts that require incredibly small and precise measurements. In these fields measuring, designing, and manufacturing parts must be done with extreme accuracy, sometimes down to 0.1 microns. A human hair is 700x as thick as 0.1 micron. 

Students who complete this program will be able to:
PLO 1 - Operate safely in a manufacturing environment using industrial safety standards and an appreciation for the importance of personal health and safety
PLO 2 - Read prints, use precision measuring tools, and apply mathematical skills to accomplish shop tasks
PLO 3 - Safely and efficiently set up and operate all standard machine tools employed by the modern machine shop
PLO 4 - Perform G-Code programming, set up and operation of CNC equipment using familiarity with manual machinery, CAD, CAM and verification software
PLO 5 - Use the internet to access information pertaining to shop techniques and tool use

Program Requirements


General Education


General Education courses must be completed with a letter grade of C- or better, or Pass.

Writing (3-4 credits) - Complete one of the following:

Geometry (4-5 credits) - Complete one of the following:

Human Relations (3-4 credits) - Complete one of the following:

Computer Science / Algebra (4 credits) - Complete one of the following:

Electives (4 credits):

  • Complete 4 credits of any 100-level or higher course(s)

Program Core Courses


Program Core courses must be completed with a letter grade of C- or better. P/NP is not accepted. It is recommended students complete math and computer science prior to registering for CNC 101 . Enrollment in MFG and CNC courses by consent only. See your Academic Advisor or Program Coordinator about enrollment.

Cooperative Education or Advanced Concepts


Notes


  • This program follows the Associate of Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Requirements  unless otherwise specified.
  • A high school diploma or equivalent is recommended for all applicants to this program.
  • This program is articulated with Oregon Institute of Technology, which requires a higher-level math course than is required for the program. Contact your Academic Advisor for help with transfer to OIT.
  • Co-op experience may be substituted for major coursework. For more information, please see your Academic Advisor or Program Coordinator.

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