Engineering Technologies (AAS)
The Engineering Technologies degree allows the student to choose either architecture or mechanical design as their area of design study. This program also contains an in-depth emphasis in computer aided design (CAD) including two and three dimensional design, visualization, customization, and programming. Architectural students will be introduced to building information modeling (BIM), materials, and sketching and rendering techniques. Mechanical design students will be introduced to parametric modeling design, geometric tolerancing (GD&T), materials, and manufacturing processes. Students will create models with 3D plotting and laser cutting/engraving equipment. This program prepares the student for a variety of employment opportunities that include Draftsperson, Junior Designer, and Computer Aided Design Technician.