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Advanced Manufacturing Precision Machining Certificate

Develop Skills for a Career in Advanced Manufacturing Precision Machining

An Advanced Manufacturing Precision Machining student working with both a computer and a precision machine.
Today many companies are using innovative technologies to streamline production processes. NECC’s Advanced Manufacturing Precision Machining Certificate will provide the hands on training you need to thrive in today’s manufacturing environments, while also preparing you to pursue NECC’s Associate degree.

Why Choose NECC?

This certificate is a focused, 27-credit program that will prepare you for in-demand positions in the manufacturing industry. In this program you will:

Because of NECC

You will be able to enter the workforce and a career in the manufacturing industry, or apply credits earned toward an associate degree at NECC – many program graduates choose to do both. After completing this program you can:

  • Pursue work as a machinist, engineering assistant, manufacturing specialist, cell leader, or precision machining technician
  • Apply credits earned toward NECC’s Associate Degree in Engineering Science: Advanced Manufacturing or a related field


Courses and Requirements


Program Pathway

A pathway is the most efficient sequence of courses semester-to-semester recommended for students to complete their degree. View the suggested pathway for the Advanced Manufacturing Precision Machining Certificate.


Program Coordinator

Program Coordinator

Jay Fallon

Phone: 978-556-3371 Email:

Additional Information

Student Learning Outcomes - Advanced Manufacturing Precision Machining Certificate

Student Learning Outcomes – Advanced Manufacturing Precision Machining Certificate

  • The ability to identify, formulate and solve manufacturing process problems. Once identified, convert knowledge into actual process capability.
  • Understanding the impact of multiple operational groups on Advanced Manufacturing process.
  • The ability to create and conduct experiments, analyze and interpret data as well as understand process flow, global quality expectations and other basic manufacturing techniques.
  • The ability and skills required to adapt and adjust to rapidly emerging technologies.
  • The ability to work independently and contribute the project’s goal in team based activities.
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