2650 East End Blvd. South
Marshall, TX 75671
Computer Aided Manufacturing
According to the American Electronics Association and NASDAQ, the Texas State Technical College System is one of only four colleges in Texas to rank in the top 50 nationwide for engineering degrees and engineering technology.
The skills today's machinists must have, and the salaries they earn for those skills might surprise you. Today's machinist must know precision machine tools and techniques for using them. Computer-aided manufacturing, geometric design and computer numerical control programming.
Texas State Technical College Marshall's Computer Aided Manufacturing CAM program has a proven track record for helping students acquire the skills to manufacture world-class ultra-precision machined components and the skills needed in the manufacturing sector to fill thousands of high-paying, positions. At TSTC, you can develop the skills and knowledge sought by manufacturing industries, including commercial and military aircraft, medical, telecommunication, automotive and oil tool manufacturing.
In the CAM program at TSTC, you can progress through a series of machine tool operation courses to develop and challenge your process skills using conventional and Computer Numerical Controlled, or CNC machines. You will also learn about the various materials used in today's manufacturing industry.
Today's machinists can interpret complex drawings, select the appropriate materials and perform the machining processes to transform engineering concepts into quality, working components. Through a unique partnership with HAAS automation, CAM has established a regional training facility that enhances the learning experience. In this facility, you can learn CNC programming and operations.
OSHA 10 Hour Safety Certification will be required through the milestone or capstone course (pending advisory committee approval).
Computer Aided Manufacturing Program Outcomes:
Graduates of the Associate of Applied Science in Computer Aided Manufacturing will: