Students will calculate and interpret measurements related to machining operations; earn nationally recognized credentials from the National Institute of Metalworking Skills; and write procedures using computer-aided manufacturing to produce numerical control code for machines. This program is offered at our Chester campus.

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Degree Requirements and Outcomes

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Tuition Assistance

This major is eligible for Re-Employing Virginians (REV) and G3 tuition assistance for qualified students.

Career Paths

Jobs in this field include machinist and computer-controlled machine tool operator.

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Dustin Bell
Program Head, Department of Machine Technology