A career in manufacturing is closer than you think.

This program prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to operate Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machine tools including lathes, mills, precision measuring tools, and related attachments and accessories in order to perform machining functions such as cutting, drilling, shaping, and finishing products and component parts.

NOTE: An associate degree program in Industrial and Manufacturing Technology is available after students graduate with a CNC Machinist certificate.

Featured Alumni

Baker College gave me the tools that prepared me for a job like this, making sure that we were learning the correct stuff. Talking with LaserMech or other companies and finding out what they’re looking for and then applying that to the classroom.

- Marcus Hosmer, Field Service Technician AAS Photonics and Laser Technology
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