Not all CNC operator schools are the same
Gain the skills and hands-on experience needed to secure a promising position in the industry. For anyone just starting out or already working in the field, an associate degree or certificate in CNC Machining will get you on the fast track to becoming a CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machinist or CNC operator.
Manufacturing today is both a practical and creative career path. With proper training from a CNC operator school, machinists produce an enormous array of manufactured goods and work with all manners of materials, including the plastics and metals common to Connecticut’s manufacturing industry. Skilled CNC machinists track a product through each phase of its creation, from an initial concept to a fully realized item.
In our program, you will gain the experience required to be successful in the field, through combined classroom instruction and hands-on operation of our new CNC 3-axis milling and turning machines. Become competent in problem solving, safety, quality, production processes, machining maintenance, and teamwork, all skills employers are seeking. You will also develop technical drawing, specification, and mathematical skills, while you learn about material properties and material processing in manufacturing.
Awesome things are made in Connecticut — now is your chance to be a part of it.
Flexible class schedules and financial aid options
Find out more about our flexible scheduling and career outcomes. Getting a great education means making an investment in your future; and our financial aid team is ready to work with you to make sure you find the grants, scholarships, and other aid you need to cover your college tuition.
Click for a detailed look at the complete curriculum for the CNC associate degree program.
Looking to transfer credits?
We will evaluate any transfer credits you may have — usually in less than one business day with an unofficial transcript.
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Goodwin College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). Consumer information about the College and its programs, including gainful employment data, is available here.
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