In the Precision Manufacturing certificate programs at Manchester Community College, students learn the principles of manufacturing and how to apply them. Both traditional and state-of-the-art manufacturing methods are taught. Students have access to computerized classrooms with current manufacturing software and well-equipped machine labs for conventional and Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machining. MCC’s programs boast a low student-to-teacher ratio, allowing the instructional team to carefully monitor the progress of each student.
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The college’s credit certificate programs allow students to earn ‘stackable’ industry-recognized credentials that can be used to pursue a degree or to upgrade their skills to remain competitive in today’s manufacturing environment.
Certificate Programs – View the Program Curriculum
- Advanced Multiaxis Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Programming
- Coordinate Measuring Machine (Quality) Programming
- Precision Manufacturing
Learn about a career in Precision Manufacturing.
Tanya Millner-Harlee, Interim Dean of Academic Affairs
Precision Manufacturing Program