Name of Program:
Computerized Manufacturing & Machining
Work activities in machine shop involve applying knowledge of machine capabilities,
the properties of materials, and shop practices to set-up and operate various machines.
The skills needed to position work pieces, adjust machines, and verify the accuracy
of machine functions and finish products are taught by classroom instruction, demonstration,
and hands on experience. Students enrolled in the Computerized Manufacturing & Machining
program must achieve a minimum grade of "C" in each BRX, CMM, and IE Core course.
- Danny Roberts
Office Room M145
Program Enrolls Students
Spring, Fall, or Both (Dual Credit or students with prior experience can be enrolled
in the spring or with teacher permission)
- Faculty wishes to be contacted via phone or e mail or both for advising or scheduling
- Specific office hours and days that faculty will meet with students to advise and
Daily: 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Monday through Thursday or by phone appointment.
Daily: 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Monday through Thursday by appointment.
Information for summer advising for coordinators:
- Can the college contact you via e-mail or phone:
- Will you reply to students' e-mails or phone calls:
- Yes (In summer e mail would be the best way to get a response.)
- Are there specific courses the student can take for your program that they can be
enrolled in for the summer or fall semester if you can not be reached (please list):
Summer: any from the General Education categories. Three credit hours from each of the five
areas: Social Science, Heritage/Humanities, Science, Writing 101, Math MAT 116 or
MAT 126 or higher.
Fall: BRX 110 and BRX 210 or BRX 112, CMM 118, CMM 114, these classes are prerequisite
classes for the spring.
Spring: CMM124, CMM134, CMM224, CMM240, BRX210 (dual credit, transfer, or prior experience
for all spring classes except CMM 134) Any from the General Education categories.
- Even if credit given for CMM 114, make sure of credit or enroll in CMM 118 and/or