standard Associate of Applied Science: Computerized Machining Technology

Program Admissions Requirements

There are no program admission requirements for the A.A.S. in Computerized Machining Technology

General Education

The listing below includes program requirements that also fulfill General Education requirements.

Objective 13
Writing and Rhetoric I
Writing and Rhetoric I Plus
Writing and Rhetoric II
Objective 23
Fundamentals of Oral Communication
Objective 33
Objective 6 3
Any unfilled objective4
One four-credit physical science course that includes a lab and partially satisfies General Education Objective 5
Total Credits16

Major Requirements

MACH 0110Machine Tool Lab I3
MACH 0111Machine Tool Theory I2
MACH 0112Machine Math I3
MACH 0115Applied Machining Geometry2
MACH 0120Machine Tool Lab II3
MACH 0121Machine Tool Theory II2
MACH 0123Blueprint Reading1
MACH 0131CNC Mill Setup2
MACH 0135Applied Machining Trigonometry2
MACH 0141CNC Lathe Setup2
MACH 0145Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing I1
MACH 0220CAD and CAM Applications I3
MACH 0221CAD and CAM Theory I3
MACH 0225Interpreting Technical Data1
MACH 0245Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing II1
MACH 0261CNC Introduction to Theory2
MACH 0265Introduction to CNC Machine Practice4
MACH 0270CNC Machining Practice I4
MACH 0271CNC Programming Theory I2
MACH 0272CNC Math I3
MACH 0275CAD and CAM Theory II2
MACH 0280CAD and CAM Applications II4
MACH 0281CNC Programming Theory II1
MACH 0285CAD and CAM Theory III2
MACH 0290CNC Machining Practice II3
MACH 0291CAD and CAM Applications III4
TGE 0158Employment Strategies2
One four-credit physical science course that includes a lab and partially satisfies General Education Objective 54
Total Credits68

Degree Totals

Program Admission Requirements
General Education16
Major Requirements64
Upper Division Free Electives
Free Electives
Total Credits80

ISU Degree Requirements

ISU General Education for College of Technology

Major Academic Plan (MAP)