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The Architectural and Engineering Design program will prepare students for a wide variety of entry- level positions working for design, mechanical, structural, machine and manufacturing firms. This program utilizes computer based programs such as AutoCad, Revit, and Solidworks to visually communicate how something operates or is constructed.
Upon completion of this program students will have developed computer aided drafting skills with a specialization in either Architectural or Mechanical Design. Students will become familiar with and demonstrate competency in usage of drafting symbols, units of measurement, scales, notation systems, 2D and 3D layouts, layering, proper page orientation, and perform revisions on drawings or schematics.
- Program Length
- 900 hours (10 months)
- Open Enrollment Year Round
- Davis Applied Technology College - Main Campus
- Classroom Availability
Classroom Availability: Architectural and Engineering Design
- Estimated Cost
- Refer to Gainful Employment Disclosures
DATC Program Certificates
- Architectural and Engineering Design (270 hours)*
Program Emphasis (630 hours each)
- Architectural Designer
- Mechanical Designer
DATC Certificate of Program Completion (900 hours)
*Completion of Core courses or current industry employment required prior to enrollment in program emphases.
Note: The Certificate of Program Completion requires completion of the Electronic Health Information Technician, and one other program emphasis.
- Verify you meet program Admissions Requirements
- Complete the DATC Admissions process:
- Meet with an Enrollment Technician in Student Services
- Start Class