A.S. Degree Major / Certificate of Achievement
The Mechanical Engineering Drafting and Design Technology Program prepares students with the computer and technical drafting skills necessary to form a foundation in Computer-Aided Drafting and Design (CADD) as it applies to the mechanical engineering field. Design intent and layout will be emphasized throughout the process. Completion of this program prepares students for entry level drafting employment in the mechanical engineering drafting and design field.
DT 101 AutoCAD I
DT 102 AutoCAD II
DT 110 Technical Drafting I
DT 111 Conceptual Design through Production
Elective (select one of the following pair of two courses):
DT 103 and DT 104 (must be taken consecutively) OR DT 114 and DT 115 (must be taken consecutively)
DT 117 Print Reading and Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerance
MACH 228 Metallurgy and Industrial Materials
IT 108 / WELD 108 Technical Mathematics
Total Units: 27.0
- Demonstrate expertise using mechanical engineering industry standard drafting and design techniques and softwares including but not limited to AutoCAD, SolidWorks, and Creo.
- Apply industry standard geometric dimension and tolerancing practices to mechanical drawings for documentation and manufacturing.
- Demonstrate an understanding of industrial materials and their properties for manufacturing mechanical parts.
- Demonstrate knowledge of technical mathematics as it applies to drafting and design.