Engineering Design Technology
This program is designed to provide entry-level skills for students seeking
employment in the drafting profession as a mechanical or architectural drafter.
Students receive substantial training in mechanical drafting and industrial
practices using both manual (board) and CAD (Computer-Aided Drafting)
techniques. Application of ANSI, ISO, and AIA standards is presented, with
emphasis on standards used in the aircraft and aerospace industries.
Advanced instruction in mechanical drafting, geometric dimensioning and
tolerancing, and flat pattern development is provided in the latter part of the
Students become familiar with electronic schematics, document control
procedures, and pictorial drawing. Related instruction in mathematics, oral and
written communications, human relations/business leadership and employment
skills, and basic computer and word processing applications are also
provided. Ample time is devoted to hands-on instruction throughout the
To earn an Associate of Applied Science degree, the student must
also complete 20 credits of General Education.
Certificate of Completion
Associate of Applied Science Degree
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Michael E. Biell
Monday - Friday,
8:00AM - 2:30PM
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