Engineering and Architectural Design

For future Engineers, Architects, 3D Designers and Biomedical Engineers:

Earn 12 college credits.Learn the latest 3D Computer Design programs required in college and industry.

Take the SolidWorks 3D Mechanical Design Certification (CSWA and CSWP).

Take the new industry SME/ToolingU/UL Additive Manufacturing Certification. Use four 3D printers, a 3D “Helix” laser, a laser Creaform scanner, and an HTC PRO VR System

SRTC Engineering & Architectural Design: Start on your journey to change the world we live in. Pursue a career in Engineering, Architecture, Additive Manufacturing, and Biomedical Engineering

We have powerful “workstation” computers; dual monitors w/stands, the latest 3D design software, four advanced 3D Printers, a 3D laser, a reverse engineering laser scanner, and VR room. This is a true cutting edge science and technology program. 3D Printing is commonly called “The Next Industrial Revolution.” (Scientific American magazine) The rapidly emerging fields of Additive Manufacturing and Rapid Prototyping will change the world we live in. 3D printers are working on the Space Station, creating human organs using stem cells, and making industrial parts with no waste in a fraction of the current time and cost. This is a very rewarding two-year program.

The first year is dedicated to mastering 2D AutoCAD Design and Blueprint Reading. Students will earn 6 college credits. They will be introduced to 3D design and receive training and use all of our advanced equipment.

The second year is dedicated to 3D SolidWorks Engineering Design and Simulation, Revit Architecture, Additive Manufacturing and advanced 3D Printing and 3D Laser Design. Nothing in class is ever downloaded from the internet to model. If we can’t design it from scratch, or decipher a complicated blueprint, we don’t 3D print it or use the laser. For Engineers, we introduce computer simulations such as Young’s Modulus, moments of inertia, internal and external flow, motion, machine interference detection. . For Architects, we make entire houses, laser cut and detailed from wood and high density foam and perform walk-throughs using our VR system.

After completing this course, you will have the potential for local high paying jobs or have mastered computer design programs required for all Engineers and Architects.

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Our First Year 2D EAD program uses AutoCAD© 2021.Earn 6 college credits while in class!

  • AutoCAD 2021 is the foundation of all design software.

  • Learn Blueprint Reading and ASME/AIA Technical Design Standards.

  • Work outside of class on local projects.

  • Listen to guest speakers from local industry and colleges.

  • Begin work on an impressive design portfolio.

  • Begin using 3D design software.

  • Use of all of our high tech equipment..

  • Introduction to Additive Manufacturing certification

This course is an introduction to the fascinating field of Engineering & Architectural Design. You will learn the computer design skills required in all colleges and many other “cutting edge” professions. This course is individualized to meet the goals of the student. While mastering basic concepts and computer program skills, you will concentrate on the fields of your choice.

Become a college student while in a high school class! You will be dual enrolled in college during your first year and will earn 6 college credits for two courses from YCCC. Since we meet every day, after one year you will easily be working at the second year college level.

Work outside of class on many local projects. Create an impressive design portfolio.

Receive free home copies of our 2D design software and full suite of AutoDesk Products.

AutoCAD 2021 is the latest version of the most commonly used and powerful 2D design program available. A student planning to attend college for architecture, mechanical engineering, biomedical engineering, biomechanical engineering, product design, structural engineering, or interior design must be familiar with this computer software. No previous knowledge of AutoCAD is required. The students proceed individually at their own speed and prepare for 3D Design and 3D Printing.