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Mechanical Design Engineering Technology

Career and Technical Program

Mechanical Design Engineering Technology
Mechanical Design Engineering Technology
Mechanical Design Engineering Technology
Mechanical Design Engineering Technology
Mechanical Design Engineering Technology
Mechanical Design Engineering Technology

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Classes for this program are located in Rathdrum, Idaho, 12 miles from Coeur d’Alene at the Parker Technical Education Center

The Computer Aided Design Technology program offers students the opportunity to learn skills required by today's industries. Students can pursue a two-semester Intermediate Technical Certificate, a four-semester Advanced Technical Certificate, and a four-semester Associate of Applied Science Degree. CADT-Mechanical places heavy emphasis on design principles and computer-aided design applications. Portions of the Associate of Applied Science Degree options may transfer to various four-year institutions. Students entering the A.A.S. degree program should be prepared to complete an A.A.S. math requirement and ENGL-101 (or higher) during the first year of the program before they may continue. Placement in specific English and math courses is determined by the college assessment test. Prospective students who do not meet the initial eligibility requirements for a career and technical limited-enrollment program will need to take selected courses to receive necessary skill building prior to entering the program.

Current industry professionals may enroll in a single course on a space available basis and with instructor permission.



Instructor

Curt Booth
Office: Parker Technical Education Center 209
Phone: (208) 769-4391 / (208) 819-6166
Email: Curt.Booth@nic.edu

For additional information please contact Career and Technical advising at (208) 769-3448 or techadvising@nic.edu.

 

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