This program is designed for adults currently employed or expecting to be employed as mechanical technicians. Upon completion of the six credit computer-aided drafting module, students receive a Certificate of Proficiency. Graduates may, in turn, qualify for admission to the associate degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology at Penn State New Kensington. The associate degree can lead to a bachelor of science degree in Engineering Technology).
|EGT 101||EGT 114|
|EGT 101||Technical Drawing Fundamentals (1)|
|Technical skills and drafting room practices; fundamentals of theoretical graphics; orthographic projection including sectional and auxiliary views; dimensioning. Lab.|
|EGT 102||Introduction to Computer-Aided Drafting (1)|
|A first course presenting an intensive study utilizing a computer-assisted drafting and design system to obtain graphic solutions. Lab.|
|EGT 114||Spatial Analysis and Computer-Aided Drafting (2)|
|Spatial relations of applications in engineering technology with more advanced functionality of computer-aided drafting and design systems. Prerequisites: EGT 101, 102.|
|EGT 201||Advanced Computer-Aided Drafting (2)|
|Applications of principles of engineering graphics; preparation of working drawings; details, examples, and bill of material using CAD. Lab. Prerequisites: EGT 101, 102, 114.|
For more information, contact Continuing Education at 724-334-6010.