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  • Learn industry-standard software, like Solidworks, AutoCad or CREO Parametric, in order to develop sketches, details, models, assemblies and layouts, record and analyze data and make calculations and estimates. 
  • Work with the state-of-the-art technology used by professionals, like lasers, robotics, Programmable Logic Controls (PLCs), pneumatics and hydraulics, along with 3D scanners and printers that let you create true-to-life models. 
  • Gain the skills employers need by studying drafting, computer assisted design, geometry, strength of materials, kinematics, fabrication, manufacturing material selection and process optimization with expert faculty who have worked in the industry. 
  • Boost your earning potential with two industry-recognized SolidWorks certifications that demonstrate your value to employers. 
  • Build your network. Access internships that rotate through multiple companies to give you experience with a range of industries and responsibilities. 
Program Credits
SC Johnson iMET Center
Financial Aid Eligible
Tuition & Fees: $10,737
Books and Supplies: $4,886
Start Dates
Salary Outlook
Career Opportunities:
CAD Designer, Mechanical Designer, Mold Designer, Tool Designer, Product Designer, SolidWorks Designer

Mechanical Design Technology Career Pathway

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