Design & Manufacturing Technology

What's Design and Manufacturing Technology?

The Associate of Science degree in Design and Manufacturing Technology prepares students for a wide range of occupations in the engineering and manufacturing industries. The program combines a strong graphics component along with LeTourneau's solid manufacturing related courses.

Computer aided drafting and design (CAD) is emphasized throughout the curriculum, using both 2D software and 3D solid modeling tools. Students understand the complexities of what they are drawing in addition to the manufacturing processes involved in the creation of their design.

This program involves a curriculum of 74 semester hours which includes a mandatory internship to gain valuable on-the-job experience.

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Interesting Classes You'll Take

  • Solids Modeling
  • Computer Aided Manufacturing
  • Technical Design Elements
  • Computer Aided Drafting & Design

To learn more about course requirements, view the suggested course sequence or course descriptions.

What can you do with this degree?

At the conclusion of this two-year program, students will be prepared to work for engineering and architectural firms, government, and industry.

Graduates are employed by professional engineering and manufacturing firms, government agencies, and industrial firms to work in drafting, machine design, electrical design, computer aided manufacturing (CAM) and tool-die design.

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