The Architectural and Engineering Design program prepares students for a wide variety of positions working for architectural, mechanical, structural, machine and manufacturing companies. Throughout the course of the program students are immersed in curriculum which exposes them to a variety of software related to the design industry such as: AutoCad, Revit and Solidworks. Students in the program are able to specialize in Architectural or Mechanical Design. Students will become familiar with, and demonstrate competency in usage of drafting symbols, units of measurement, scales, notation systems, 2D and 3D layouts, layering, proper page orientation, and perform revisions on drawings or schematics. Upon completion of this program students will have developed a strong working knowledge of the software, approaches to computer aided design and graphic communication skills. Students are then positioned to become leaders in parametric modeling and building information modeling, both key components for successful careers in an industry experiencing phenomenal growth and development.

Cost Summary

$45.00 Adult college admission fee
$40.00 Annual high school student fee
$2,330.20 Student tuition and fees **
$1,798.05 Estimated books and materials *
$18.00 Certificate Processing Fee
Paid upon program completion

Financial Aid

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Architectural & Engineering Design

Classroom Availability

Mo

8am – 11am

12pm – 3pm

6pm – 9pm

Tu

8am – 11am

12pm – 3pm

6pm – 9pm

We

8am – 11am

12pm – 3pm

6pm – 9pm

Th

8am – 11am

12pm – 3pm

6pm – 9pm

Fr

8am – 11am

12pm – 3pm

Admission Requirements

This program is open to qualified high school and adult students who meet the following program requirements:

  • Have a high school diploma or equivalent (adult students only).
  • Complete Davis Tech Program Placement Tests.

Placement Testing Requirements
READING REQUIREMENTS

Accuplacer Next Generation Reading Score: 237 - 244
Alternate Documenation

MATH REQUIREMENTS

Accuplacer Next Generation Math (Arithmetic) Score: 250 - 279
Alternate Documenation

  • High school students do not need to complete placement assessments unless specifically required by the program
  • Placement testing is waived for students with a Davis Tech Certificate of Completion at an equivalent level or higher, or an associate’s degree or higher from a regionally accredited college.

Certifications & Credentials

Davis Technical College Credentials

Industry Licensing/Certifications

Autodesk AutoCAD

Autodesk Inventor

Autodesk Revit

Certified SolidWorks Associate (CSWA)


Utah State Board of Education CTE Skill Certificate (High School Students Only)

CAD Architectural Design 1

CAD Architectural Design 2

CAD Architectural Design 3

CAD Mechanical Design 1

CAD Mechanical Design 2

CAD Mechanical Design 3

Transfer Options

Academic agreements are used to identify comparable courses or pathways between educational institutions. This allows students to receive credit at a receiving institution without having to duplicate courses recently completed and to continue their education between schools. In order to receive credit for course work included in these agreements, students must provide a transcript to the receiving institution with a grade “B” or better in the designate course(s). Any additional requirements are stated below.

*NOTE: Textbook and material costs are based on Davis Tech’s bookstore prices at the time of publication and are subject to change. There are no charges associated with personal data collection and processes or verification of student identity.

**High School Students: High school students are exempt from student tuition and fees. While high school students are not required to purchase textbooks, they are required to purchase personal and consumable learning resources and materials.

Davis Technical College

Enrollment Steps

1

Complete college application and pay fee

2

Complete Placement Assessments

3

Meet with Financial Aid department (if appropriate)

4

Complete Program Orientation

5

Pay tuition and fees

6

Purchase textbooks and materials

7

Start classes