No, there really isnt. The only class that you can get hands on experience is in the Physics department. It's a hidden class, seriously, in the basement of the science building. Only available to ME's and MET's though. They have 7 mills all retrofitted with DRO's. One is programable with G-code. They also have a few lathes, and one Mori Seiki CNC mill and lathe, brakes, etc... There is a class, upper division for ME's only, that teaches master cam on the new CNC mori seiki mill. They don't do alot of hands on anymore. The ABET board, the group that gives accrediation to the engineering college instructed the college to reduce the number of units for the degree from 140 to 134(maybe 136). That killed the thermodynamics class for internal combustion engines, for one. Its hard to find people with PhD's who want to get their hands dirty I guess? The only hands on stuff comes with the senior project, if you actually build something.
I would check around at like Sac City college. Check out the los rios web site and see what they have available.
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