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The Engineering Design Technology Department teaches courses in (1) building architectural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing and piping design and drafting for residential and commercial buildings and (2) CAD programs such as AutoCAD, REVIT, and CREO (Pro/E) software for work in any industry which utilizes CAD.




Plumbing Engineering Design Handbook (Fundament...



After completing the EDT Program, students can (1) work as designers and drafters in the fields of Architecture and Engineering with a two-year degree or (2) enhance their skills and knowledge of building design prior to transfer to a four-year institution to continue work toward an architectural or engineering degree (3) work in any industry where Computer-Aided Drafting (CAD) is used.


This degree and certificate program is designed for students pursuing employment or upgrading in employment in the fields of building design utilizing Manual and CAD drafting applications in architectural, engineering, or construction-related offices. This program is designed for students pursuing entry-level employment in Architecture, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, and commercial construction drafting fields. Depending on their technical field of interest and capabilities, students who complete the program may find employment in any of the following types of jobs: Engineering Aide I, Engineering Aide II, Drafting Aide I, Drafting Aide II, Junior Drafter, Architectural Drafter, Mechanical Drafter/Designer Trainee, Electrical Drafter/Designer Trainee, Structural Drafter/Designer Trainer, Topographical Drafter/Designer Trainee, General Construction Drafter/Designer Trainee, General Construction Estimator Trainee, Computer-Aided Drafter, or Technical Sales representatives. Some students may also pursue four-year degrees in Architecture, Engineering, Construction, or Project Management.


This degree is designed for students pursuing employment or upgrade in employment in the fields of building Architectural design utilizing CAD design and drafting applications in architectural, engineering, manufacturing, or construction related offices.Some students may also pursue four-year degrees in Architecture, Engineering, Manufacturing, Construction, or Project Management. Engineering Design Technology is studied in lecture and drafting practice classes. Mathematics, science, and engineering fundamentals, which are all related to the content of this program, are studied in the Engineering Design Technology program or through recommended elective courses. Program Costs: Normal student expenses for textbooks, personal equipment, and supplies are required. These expenses may vary each semester. If these expenses create a financial burden, students should consult the Financial Aid Office for possible assistance. Recommended High School Preparation: Completion of English and general mathematics. It is desirable, but not required, that a student complete courses in drafting, industrial arts shop courses, one year of algebra, plane geometry, general science, and introduction to computers. The program is open to all students. For information call (916) 650-2758 or (916) 558-2491.


This degree is designed for students pursuing employment or upgrade in employment in the fields of (1) building Electrical power and lighting systems design or (2) mechanical component design utilizing 2D and 3D CAD design and drafting software applications in architectural, engineering, manufacturing, or construction related offices. Some students may also pursue four-year degrees in Architecture, Engineering, Manufacturing, Construction, or Project Management. Engineering Design Technology is studied in lecture and drafting practice classes. Mathematics, science, and engineering fundamentals, which are all related to the content of this program, are studied in the Engineering Design Technology program or through recommended elective courses. General Education courses complete the recommended classes for the Engineering Design Technology curriculum. Program Costs: Normal student expenses for textbooks, personal equipment, and supplies are required. These expenses may vary each semester. If these expenses create a financial burden, students should consult the Financial Aid Office for possible assistance. Recommended High School Preparation: Completion of English and general mathematics. It is desirable, but not required, that a student complete courses in drafting, industrial arts shop courses, one year of algebra, plane geometry, general science, and introduction to computers.The program is open to all students. For information call (916) 650-2758 or (916) 558-2491.


This program is designed for students pursuing entry level employment in architectural, electrical, and mechanical engineering, and commercial construction drafting fields. Some students may also pursue four-year degrees in Architecture, Engineering, Construction, or Project Management.Depending on their technical field of interest and capabilities, students who complete the program may find employment in any of the following types of jobs: Engineering Aide I, Engineering Aide II, Drafting Aide I, Drafting Aide II, Junior Drafter, Architectural Drafter, Mechanical Drafter/Designer Trainee, Electrical Drafter/Designer Trainee, Structural Drafter/Designer Trainer, Topographical Drafter/Designer Trainee, General Construction Drafter/Designer Trainee, General Construction Estimator Trainee, Computer Aided Drafter, or Technical Sales representatives.


This degree is designed for students pursuing employment or upgrade in employment in the fields of component design or building design utilizing CAD drafting applications in architectural, engineering, manufacturing, or construction related offices. Some students may also pursue four-year degrees in Architecture, Engineering, Construction, or Project Management. Engineering Design Technology is studied in lecture and drafting practice classes. Mathematics, science, and engineering fundamentals, which are all related to the content of this program, are studied in the Engineering Design Technology program or through recommended elective courses. General Education courses complete the recommended classes for the Engineering Design Technology curriculum. Program Costs: Normal student expenses for textbooks, personal equipment, and supplies are required. These expenses may vary each semester. If these expenses create a financial burden, students should consult the Financial Aid Office for possible assistance. Recommended High School Preparation: Completion of English and general mathematics. It is desirable, but not required, that a student complete courses in drafting, industrial arts shop courses, one year of algebra, plane geometry, general science, and introduction to computers. The program is open to all students. For information call (916) 650-2758 or 558-2491. Transfer Students: Students who, after completing this program, are planning to continue specialization in this field by transferring to a four-year college, should consult the Requirements of Transfer Institutions section in this catalog and the engineering or related major sections of the specific catalog for the institution to which they wish to transfer. Consultation with an SCC counselor is advised.


This degree is designed for students pursuing employment or upgrade in employment in the fields of (1) building Mechanical design (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning HVAC, Plumbing and Piping or (2) mechanical component design utilizing 2D and 3D CAD design and drafting software applications in architectural, engineering, manufacturing, or construction related offices.Some students may also pursue four-year degrees in Architecture, Engineering, Manufacturing, Construction, or Project Management.Engineering Design Technology is studied in lecture and drafting practice classes. Mathematics, science, and engineering fundamentals, which are all related to the content of this program, are studied in the Engineering Design Technology program or through recommended elective courses. General Education courses complete the recommended classes for the Engineering Design Technology curriculum. Program Costs: Normal student expenses for textbooks, personal equipment and supplies are required. These expenses may vary each semester. If these expenses create a financial burden, students should consult the Financial Aid Office for possible assistance. Recommended High School Preparation: Completion of English and general mathematics. It is desirable, but not required, that a student complete courses in drafting, industrial arts shop courses, one year of algebra, plane geometry, general science, and introduction to computers.The program is open to all students. For information call (916) 650-2758 or (916) 558-2491.


This program is designed for students pursuing entry level employment in architecture, electrical and mechanical engineering, and commercial construction fields. Depending on their technical field of interest and capabilities, students who complete the program may find employment in any of the following types of jobs: Engineering Aide I, Engineering Aide II, Drafting Aide I, Drafting Aide II, Junior Drafter, Architectural Drafter, Mechanical Drafter/Designer Trainee, Electrical Drafter/Designer Trainee, Structural Drafter/Designer Trainer, Topographical Drafter/Designer Trainee, General Construction Drafter/Designer Trainee, General Construction Estimator Trainee, Computer Aided Drafter, or Technical Sales representatives.Some students may also pursue four-year degrees in Architecture, Engineering, Construction or Project Management.


This Certificate of Achievement is designed for students pursuing employment or upgrade in employment in the fields of building Architectural design utilizing CAD design and drafting applications in architectural, engineering, manufacturing, or construction related offices.Engineering Design Technology is studied in lecture and drafting practice classes. Mathematics, science, and engineering fundamentals, which are all related to the content of this program, are studied in the Engineering Design Technology program or through recommended elective courses. Program Costs: Normal student expenses for textbooks, personal equipment, and supplies are required. These expenses may vary each semester. If these expenses create a financial burden, students should consult the Financial Aid Office for possible assistance. Recommended High School Preparation: Completion of English and general mathematics. It is desirable, but not required, that a student complete courses in drafting, industrial arts shop courses, one year of algebra, plane geometry, general science, and introduction to computers. The program is open to all students. For information call (916) 650-2758 or (916) 558-2491. 041b061a72


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