Recent Community College Graduates Matrix

From Aerospace and Advanced Manufacturing Programs

This tool is meant to make hiring easier for Washington’s aerospace and advanced manufacturing companies.

This is an ongoing list of Washington’s community and technical colleges that have aerospace and advanced manufacturing programs. Each listing details credits, program descriptions, skill sets (as taught in each program), contact information, and graduation dates.

Aerospace and advanced manufacturing industry companies can contact the community and technical college nearest to them and speak directly to an instructor about graduating students.

 

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Machining Technology AAAS
Award Type
AAS
Credits
96
Ends
6/14/18, 9/6/18, 12/7/18, 3/18/19
Anticipated Graduates
10
Categories
CNC Machining
Precision Machining
Description
This two-year program prepares students for employment in the machinist/manufacturing field. Using a variety of machine tools including computer numeric control (CNC) equipment, students learn to make metal parts to precise specifications. Knowledge of the working properties of metal, capabilities of machine tools and equipment, and standard shop practices prepare students for employment in all types of factories, industries, and maintenance shops. To earn an Associate of Applied Arts and Science Degree, students must complete the Manufacturing/Machinist Certificate of Proficiency, earn and addition 24 – 30 credits in manufacturing elective courses, and complete 12 – 15 credits in general education courses in written communications, human relations, and multicultural education.
Skill Sets
Manufacturing/Machinist Technology AAAS degree graduates will: 1. Be prepared with skills to perform entry-level CNC machining and manual machining. 2. Gain a thorough grounding in shop theory and applied math; perform CAD/CAM programming and manual programming. 3. Combine manual and CNC skills to produce a capstone project of complex parts. 4. Demonstrate math and communication skills; set up and operate machine tools with a minimum of supervision. 5. Demonstrate critical thinking, teamwork, intercultural appreciation, information and technical literacy, and communication. 6. Meet Social Science, Humanities, Written communication, human relations, and multicultural education distribution area outcomes.

More Programs at
Shoreline Community College

Basic Manufacturing (105)
Industrial Maintenance, Robotics and Manufacturing
Machine Maintenance
Manufacturing/Machinist Technical Certificate of Proficiency
Mechatronics AAAS
Quality Assurance
Shoreline Community College


Shoreline Community College
16101 Greenwood Ave N
Shoreline, WA 98133



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