Machining is at the base of all manufacturing. You’ll use your hands to set up and operate manual machines, program computerized numerical control (CNC) machine tools and read engineering drawings to create precision parts and assemblies.
- Machine Fabrication
- Specialty Machining
- Industrial Design
- Small Business
- Computer Integrated Machining Diploma3 semesters
- Computer Integrated Machining - Certificate I1 semester
- Computer Integrated Machining - Certificate II2 semesters
- Computer Integrated Machining - Advanced Certificate4 semesters
Salary in NC
A diploma or advanced certificate from COA will make you equally or better qualified than 86.3% of current Machinists.