Applied Engineering & Machining

Applied Engineering & Machining

Program Description
» Invent, design, and manufacture the high-tech precision parts and tools used worldwide in everyday products.
» Program and control machines to generate products from engineering blueprints and specifications.
» Use the tools and techniques of advanced machining, Computer-Aided Design (CAD), and Computer-Aided Machining.
CAREER FOCUS: Prepared for immediate employment, advanced certifications, and further education
Program Courses
» Machine Tools
» Machining with Industrial Lathes
» Computer Numerical Control Technology with Industrial Mills & Lathes
» Machining with Industrial Milling Machines
View: Academic Courses  
 
Credentials & Certifications
» OSHA 10 - 1pt
 
College Credit Opportunities*
CCP - College Credit Plus
» CAMT 1000 Measurement and Layout (4h)
» CAMT 2000 CNC Machining (4h) 
Zane State College - Articulation Agreement 
» CAMT 1000 Measurement and Layout (4h)
» CAMT 2000 CNC Machining (4h)
University of Akron - Articulation Agreement 
» 2880:151 Industrial Safety (2h)
» 2870:248 CNC Programming I (3h)
» 2880:101 Intro to Advanced Manufacturing (2h)
CTAG - Statewide Articulation
» CTMET006 CNC Programming/Machining (3h)
*Note: Qualifications Apply  
 
Career Opportunities
Program Instructor 
 
Instructor: Gary Abel
Teaching since: 1990
Teaching at Mid-East since: 2014
Credentials: Career and Technical Educator Certification through Ohio University, Athens
Field Experience: CNC Machinist at Glacier Clevite, McConnelsville; Manual & CNC Machinist and CNC Mill Leadman, Rockwell International, Columbus; Supervisor, JP Industries, McConnelsville
Notable Awards/Accomplishments: MVESC Exemplary Educator (2011-2012, 2012-2013, and 2015-2016), Washington State Community College-Morgan Local Tech Prep Outstanding Educator, Rockwell International-Team of the Quarter, Fabrication
Hobbies/Interests: Camping and Yard work
Family Graduates of Mid-East: Wife-Kim Coen Abel, Distributive Education
 
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