If you enjoy a challenge and working on the computer then Engineering Graphics & Technologies is the right fit for you!
Learn the latest in Engineering Graphics & Technologies (EGT) in Highland Community College's 18-month technical program. Students learn to translate ideas into reality. At the completion of this hands-on program, students can enter the job market equipped to make working plans and models.
Visit Highland Community College Technical Center to meet the instructor and make your dream a reality!
Here are some helpful resources:
- Associate in Applied Science (AAS) - Engineering Graphics & Technologies Requirements
- 2022 Wage Survey
|CAD101||Technical Drawing I||4|
|MFT110||Blueprint Reading & Geometric Dimensioning||3|
|CAD131||Computer Graphics I||5|
|Total for First Semester||15|
|CAD151||Technical Drawing II||4|
|EGT106||Computer Numeric Control Concepts||3|
|EGT186||Engineering Graphics Applications||2|
|CAD182||Computer Graphics II||5|
|Total for Second Semester||14|
|Total for First Year||29|
|CAD201||Technical Drawing III||4|
|EGT226||Computer CAD/CAM Operation||4|
|MFT240||Precision Measurement II||2|
|Total for Third Semester||13|
|CAD232B||Computer Graphics III||2|
|CAD251||Technical Drawing IV||4|
Microcomputer Applications I: Word Processing, Spreadsheet, Database, Presentation
|CAD282||Computer Graphics IV||5|
|Total for Fourth Semester||14|
|Total for Second Year||27|
|Total Credits for Certificate||56|
|CAD295||Occupational Work Experience|
Students in the EGT program have the option to subsitute some courses for Manufacturing Technology classes.