Computerized Manufacturing Technology

Applied Technology Division
Program Planning Guide

Computerized Manufacturing Technology is a field in demand. Used in everything from making small, specific parts, to machining in the aerospace industry, Computerized Manufacturing Technology is a craft of precision. South Puget Sound Community College's Associate in Applied Science in Computerized Manufacturing Technology helps students learn the basics of machining, from machine operation and troubleshooting, to manufacturing. Additionally, the CMT program offers a Computer Numerical Control Technician certificate, aligned with Boeing's knowledge, skills, and abilities for precision machining.

Want to learn more? Contact an advisor:
Chad Bacon (360) 570-4431 (after 3 p.m.)
cbacon@spscc.ctc.edu
or Frank Ellerbroek, frank.ellerbroek@newmarketskills.com