Manufacturing & CNC student and faculty member

Applied Technologies Division

Degrees & Certificates

We offer a variety of study programs in both our Automotive Technology and Manufacturing and CNC departments to fit your experience, skills level, and hours that you can attend school. Earn an A.S degree or certificates of Completion, Achievement, and Proficiency.

Complete list of degree and certificate requirements for Applied Technologies programs

Automotive Technology day programs. PDF icon

Automotive Technology evening programs. PDF icon

Manufacturing and CNC degree and certificate requirements PDF icon

 

Automotive Technology

Entry-level program for full-time day students

Certificate of Proficiency

  • Automotive Machining and Engine Repair
  • Automotive Engine Performance
  • Automotive Chassis and Powertrain

A.S. Degree (90 units required)

Complete list of Automotive Technology degree and certificate requirements for our Automotive Technology day programs. PDF icon


Evening in-service program for practicing apprentices and technicians

Certificate of Completion

  • Automotive Air Conditioning
  • Automotive Inspection and Maintenance
Certificate of Achievement for Automotive Technician
  • Automotive Machining Technology
  • Automotive Engine Repair Technology
  • Automotive Engine Performance Technology
  • Advanced Engine Performance Technology
  • Automotive Chassis Technology
  • Automotive Powertrain Technology

Certificate of Proficiency

  • Automotive Machining Technology
  • Automotive Engine Repair Technology
  • Automotive Engine Performance Technology
  • Advanced Engine Performance Technology
  • Automotive Chassis Technology
  • Automotive Powertrain Technology

A.S. Degree (90 units required)

See our complete list of Automotive Technology degree and certificate requirements for our Automotive Technology evening programs. PDF icon

Visit the Automotive Technology Web site to learn more.


Manufacturing and CNC (MCNC)

Our Manufacturing and (CNC) department provides opportunity to choose a career path that fits your aptitude and interest, from CNC machine operator to CNC research and development machinist, including an accelerated program that allows you to earn a certificate in 18 weeks.

Certificate of Achievement

  • Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machine Operator
  • Manufacturing Systems Technician
  • Programming: CNC-CAD/CAM

Certificate of Proficiency

  • CNC Machinist
  • CNC Research and Development Machinist
  • Product Model Making

A.S. Degree (90 units required)

  • CNC Research and Development Machinist
  • Product Model Making

See our complete list Manufacturing and CNC degree and certificate requirements. PDF icon

Visit the Manufacturing and CNC Web site to learn more.




Applied Technologies
Building: L1, Room L-14
Contact: Phong Lam
Phone: 408.864.8796
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Last Updated: 7/30/08