Engineering Technology/Fabrication Certificate

Curriculum ENT.FAB.CERT (C448S)

The Engineering Technology/Fabrication curriculum provides the student with field experience to advance their knowledge of modern elements of fabrication, from an introduction to manufacturing with shop safety and manual machining operations through the use of CAD/CAM software interfacing with automated CNC equipment. Also included in the certificate is a course on the basics of machine elements, needed in the repair and maintenance of the high-end equipment of today’s automated manufacturing facilities.


At the successful completion of the Engineering Technology/Fabrication Certificate, the graduate will be able to:

  • utilize safety practices in the lab;
  • measure in the inches and metric systems;
  • identify elements on a blueprint;
  • document steps to fabricate a product;
  • identify different types of fabrication processes;
  • demonstrate use of basic math skills to fabricate a product; and
  • set for taking the national Certified Production Technician (MSSC-CPT) exam.

Semester One

ENT 100Introduction to Manufacturing

4 credits

ENT 116Fabrication Processes

4 credits

ENT 117Computer Numeric Controls I

4 credits

Total Credit Hours:12

Semester Two

ENT 110Engineering Design Graphics/CAD

4 credits

ENT 111Metrology with Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing

3 credits


ENT 118 #Computer Numeric Controls II

4 credits


ENT 290 #Cooperative Work Experience

2 credits


ENT 144 #Sheet Metal Fabrication

3 credits

Total Credit Hours:12-14

Total Credit Hours: 24-26

See ENT course descriptions.

Coordinator: Antigone Sharris, Ext. 3622; email:; Cell Phone: (773) 580-8807

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