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(Open to all School District No. 25 Students)
All classes are held at ISU College of Technology which is on a Semester System
Courses are offered based on demand, teacher availability and certification.

Students are responsible to provide their own transportation if traveling to ISU.
There is no free parking at ISU.
Students will have to purchase an ISU student parking permit.

CTE Program Banners 2021_Computerized Precision Machining

Computerized Precision Machining Instructor

Computerized Precision Machining Technology Year 1 Pathway

Computerized Precision Machining Academy Year 1 Pathway

Computerized Precision Machining Technology Year 1 Courses

Machining Year 1

Computerized Machining Technology has a prerequisite of a qualifying ALEX testing score.

43021 Precision Machining Technology Level IA - ISU (DC) 11 12

43022 Precision Machining Technology Level IB

43031 Precision Machining Technology Level IIA

Prerequisite: 1st semester (or currently enrolled) in Integrated Math I and interview with Machining instructors, and any other ISU requirements.    

This is a “hand’s on” class where students will create 3 dimensional objects and mechanisms for use in the energy, automotive and medical industries.


1st Year classes:    Machining IA/B & IIA                                           College Credits

MACH 0110 Machine Tool Lab I                                                           3 credits

MACH 0111 Machine Tool Theory I                                                   2 credits

MACH 0112 Machine Math I                                                                3 credits

MACH 0123 Blueprint Reading                                                            1 credit

Computerized Precision Machining Academy Year 2 Pathway

Computerized Precision Machining Technology Year 2 Courses

Machining Year 2

43032  * Precision Machining Technology Level IIB - ISU   (DC) 12

43101  * Precision Machining Technology Level IIIA

43102  * Precision Machining Technology Level IIIB

Prerequisite:  Computerized Machining Technology Level IIA   

Students who complete this end of program course will have the opportunity to take a technical skill assessment. The assessment for this program is the SkillsUSA Precision Machine Technology Exam. The cost to students to take this assessment is $20.00.

Students who complete the courses listed below will have the opportunity to take additional credits toward their associate’s degree in Machining.


2nd Year classes:   Machining IIB IIIA/B                                              College Credits

MACH 0120 Machine Tool Lab II                                                         3 credits

MACH 0121 Machine Tool Theory II                                                  2 credits