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Manufacturing Assembly

Manufacturing Technology

The Manufacturing Technology program provides students a Career Path Completer Program.

The Level 1 course will provide students with an introduction to basic skills, practices and theory of the Machinist trade.

The emphasis will be on safe handling of hand and power tools and development of basic skills. Students will experience hands-on activities in the use of drill presses, lathes, grinders and milling machines.

Exposure to CNC programming and machining will be introduced.  Instruction will also include making shop computations using precision measuring instruments and using layout tools and basic blueprint reading. 

The Level 2 and 3 course provides students with advanced training in those techniques, procedures and theories introduced in Level 1.

Students will study blueprint reading, math, fitting, assembling and procedures necessary to complete a job from start to finish beginning with blueprints of a project through setting up and operating all types of machines required to do the job.  Emphasis will be placed on those skills and attitudes necessary to go into the work experience program.

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Certifications and Proficiency Credits

Eligible College Proficiency Credits:


Community College of Baltimore County

  • CAMM 111 - Machine Tool Processes I (3 credits)

  • CAMM 105 - Technical Blueprints and Schematics (3 credits)

  • CAMM 161 - Milling Machine Operation (3 credits)

Career Pathways with Industry Credentials

  • Machinist

  • Maintenance Machinist

  • Instrument Maker, Inspector

  • Tool Designer

  • Tool and Die Maker

Career Pathways with Continued Education & Training

  • Civil Engineer

  • Design Engineer

  • Industrial Engineer

  • Manufacturing Engineer

  • Mechanical Engineer

  • Mechatronics Engineer

  • Project Engineer

  • Quality Control Engineer

  • Shop Supervisor

  • Test Engineer

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