The CNC Programming and Operations Program is eligible for SC Workforce Industry Needs Scholarship (SC WINS)!
The CNC Programming and Operations will prepare you to work as a CNC programmer and operator with manufacturers requiring high production volumes or short run batches of discrete parts. In addition to writing CNC programs, students will learn CAD design and analysis applications, create precision set-ups, select tooling, and operate a variety of CNC milling and turning centers.
We also offer certificates that can be applied toward the associate degree. Learn more.
A Solid Career Outlook
A CNC Programming and Operations degree will prepare you for a great career as a tool and die maker, machinist, CNC operator, CNC programmer and quality control technician, all of which are in high demand and offer high wages. Learn more about openings right here in our area.
Learn & Earn
CNC Programming and Operations offers great opportunities for your future, but you don't have to wait till graduation to begin doing what you love. This program offers several opportunities for work-based learning experiences that will complement the classroom work. Just a few examples are:
Cleveland Hall, Room 131
Monday-Thursday: 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m. until 2 p.m.