Are you ready to make the parts that run the machines of the modern world? In OTC’s Precision Machining Technology program, you’ll design tools and build efficient processes to manufacture all sorts of items including tools, factory equipment, and molds. You’ll also program and operate the machines that create these high-precision parts. The technology behind machining is changing rapidly. Today’s workers must learn to operate a wide range of both manual and computer-controlled machines. As a skilled machinist with a degree, you can join one of many specialized industries looking to hire. Many of our graduates become CNC programmers, tool and die-makers, or engineering technicians. Upon completion, students receive an Associate of Applied Science in Precision Machining Technology. For an expedited path to employment, students may obtain a short-term Precision Machining Technology Certificate.
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