ARE YOU READY FOR A JOB INCOMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING (CAM)? Certificate of Specialization (CS)
Computer-based technologies enable you to control, monitor and adjust tools and machinery in the manufacturing process.
Upgrade your professional skills to gain a competitive advantage.
Evening classes: This program is specially geared for students with full-time jobs.
- The STLCC Advantage
This program is for those who are:
- Currently employed in the machine tool industry
- Tech students interested in developing a competitive area of specialization
Small class size and a focus on hand-on activity.
CAM encompasses the computer-based technologies needed to physically produce the product, including
- Part-program preparation
- Process planning tool design
- Process analysis
- Part-processing by numerically controlled machines
This is the program that lets you combine the science of computers and a manufacturing atmosphere.
Faculty: STLCC is a longtime leader in the field of engineering technology, and you’ll learn from seasoned professionals. All of our instructors worked in the industry and bring that experience to the classroom.
Stackable: Earn a certificate of specialization in Computer Aided Manufacturing and your credits apply towards your Computer Integrated Manufacturing AAS degree.
Convenience: More than 90% of our students attend classes part-time while working during the day, so technical courses are offered in the evening.
More than one million students have attended STLCC. It’s the largest institute of higher education in the region and the second largest in Missouri.
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- Career Opportunities
- Computer-Aided Drafting
- Numerical Control Programming
- Numerical Control Machine Operators
- Mechanical Firms
- Manufacturing Companies
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- Estimated Expenses and Financial Aid
STLCC provides a top quality education at a much more affordable cost than for-profit institutions.
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- Students and Faculty
- Program Curriculum and RAP
Computer Aided Manufacturing (CS) 18 Credits
Program Total: 18 credits GE:101 Technical Computer Applications 3 ME:230 Introduction to 3-D Solid Modeling for Design 4 EGR:133 Introduction to AutoCAD I 2 ME:140 Introduction to Robotics (or) EE:236 PLC/Programmable Logic Controller 3 ME:241 Numerical Control Programming 3 ME:152 Manufacturing Processes II 3
Please note: Credits earned in STLCC’s Engineering Technology AAS, CS and CP programs generally do not transfer to engineering bachelor degree programs. If your career goal is to be an engineer, please consider STLCC’s Engineering Science AS degree. Credits earned as part of STLCC’s Engineering Science AS degree transfer to universities nationwide, and provide a strong foundation for future study in a variety of engineering disciplines a fraction of the cost of a public university.
We invite you to meet with an STLCC advisor for one-on-one help in planning your pathway to this rewarding career. Click Here
Precision Machining Technology (PMT) – CS
Computer Aided Design (CAD) – CS
Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) – AAS
Mechanical Engineering Technology (MET) – AAS
- Additional Information
STLCC’s Engineering Technology Advisory Board brings together top industry professionals. Members serve for two year terms, and STLCC’S faculty works hand-in-hand with this elite group to evaluate and update our curriculum, stay up-to-date on the latest innovations, and promote networking.
Responding to the needs of the local market: STLCC’s Emerson Center for Engineering and Manufacturing was created to develop a skilled workforce for the region’s engineering and manufacturing sector. If your business has workforce needs that are not met by our credit course offerings, please contact us to discuss additional options: EmersonCenter@stlcc.edu
The Computer Aided Manufacturing program is offered at our Florissant Valley campus.