The certificate in Engineering Graphics will provide a credential to individuals who demonstrate competency in engineering drawing creation, layout, dimensioning, and projections. The certificate will combine traditional drawing layout skills with advanced CAD and modeling applications. The materials science course provides knowledge of materials used in industry and their mechanical properties.
Student Learning Outcomes
Students who complete the certificate in Engineering Graphics will:
Demonstrate competence in applied drafting practice including descriptive geometry, orthographic projection, tolerancing and dimensioning, and basic computer aided drafting and design skills.
Understand the application of engineering materials.
Course Delivery Format
Course content is delivered on the Brookings campus in classroom, laboratory, and field based settings.
Requirements for Engineering Graphics Certificate: 12 Credits