Machining and Manufacturing Technology

Program Manager:

Jim Kellis


(208) 732-6379


Student Success Advisor Name:

JoAnn Schroedter

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Program Overview:

Machining & Manufacturing Technology is a project based, hands-on program which teaches students the latest technology and techniques in the high-tech world of manufacturing. The topics include manual and CNC (Computer Numeric Control) Machining, Design, Molding and Process Improvement. Students will also learn the latest version of CAD (Computer Assist Design) software Solidworks, and CAM (Computer Assist Machining) software Mastercam. Applying to this program is a separate application process from applying to the College. You should not declare this program as your major until admitted.

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Program Requirements for Admission:

  1. Take CSI Placement Exam. 
  2. Take CSI Placement Exam scores to program advisor for interpretation, personal interview, and program acceptance.
  3. Pay first semester’s tuition and fees to secure a slot.

Career Information:

Industrial Engineering Technicians