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2023 - 2024 Undergraduate Academic Catalog 
    
2023 - 2024 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

Computer Integrated Machining, AAS


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The computer integrated machining (CIM) program offers an associate of applied science degree (AAS) and technical certificate. Certificates of proficiency in machining technology and computer numerical control (CNC) machining are also available. These programs are only available to concurrent students in the Western Arkansas Technical Center.

MAJOR CODE: 4130

Freshman Year Fall Semester - 15 Hours


Freshman Year Spring Semester - 15 Hours


Sophomore Year Fall Semester - 15 Hours


Sophomore Year Spring Semester - 15 Hours


60 Total Hours


Notes

  1. General Education Core Requirements, see Graduation Requirements section of catalog. Select one social sciences course and one lab science course.
  2. These courses are used to determine major courses in residency, see Graduation Requirements.
  3. Prior to graduation students must demonstrate competency in financial literacy by satisfactory completion of FIN 1521 - Personal Finance Applications  (or an approved substitution) with a grade of C or better, or by a score of 70% or more on a challenge exam for FIN 1521 .

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