Design Engineering Technology

Learn to prepare detailed drawings based on rough sketches, specifications and calculations. You’ll be able to determine the strength, type and quantity of materials needed and give the dimensions necessary to make detailed parts or assemblies. You’ll know you’re getting a state-of-the-art education, thanks to the input of an advisory committee of professionals from local businesses and industries.

WORK IN MANY AREAS, INCLUDING

as a design engineering technician specializing in the design of tools, machines or products for structural, electrical, civil and mechanical systems or representing ideas graphically through traditional drawings or computer-aided design (CAD) systems.

PREPARE FOR A CAREER AS A(N)

  • CAD operator
  • design technician
  • drafter/designer
  • engineer technician
  • process engineer
  • product engineer
  • quality control lab technician
  • technical designer
  • tool and die maker

Associate Degree Course Sequence

SSC101
Student Success Seminar
DET121
Engineering Drawing
ENG124
College Composition
MTH135
Precalculus^ – A student may take MTH125 (College Algebra) and MTH130 (Trigonometry) over two semesters to satisfy this requirement.
ITD122
Computer Applications for
 
Professionals^
DET125
Basic AutoCAD
DET230
Advanced AutoCAD (Inventor)
DET124
Working Drawings
PHY121
College Physics I with Algebra (lab)
MET124
Statics & Strength of Materials
DET126
Customizing AutoCAD
DET226
Geometric Dimensioning and
 
Tolerancing
MET123
Material Science
MET225
Manufacturing Processes or
 
AIT122 Machine Tools
DET131
Pro/ENGINEER (Creo Parametric)
MET223
Dynamics
MET226
Technical Project - Mechanical and
 
Design
MET228
Machine Design
ENG221
Technical Report Writing
 
Arts & Humanities Elective
DET132
SolidWorks

TOTAL CREDITS 62-63

Associate of applied science in design engineering technology

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