Engineering Technology - Mechanical

Engineering Technology - Mechanical - Certificate - SolidWorks

Prepare for your engineering and design career through this program. Then, work in an engineering office environment at structural engineering companies, architectural firms, refineries, construction companies, or manufacturing firms.

Learn computer-aided drawing and design skills to use as a mechanical engineering technician, mechanical drafter, engineering technician, or production planner.

Employment Information

Entry Information

When Can I Start?

Students may begin working toward this certificate quarterly.

What are the Minimum Entry Requirements?

Admissions application and assessment testing in Reading, Math and Writing is required. Your score on the test and/or your previous transcripts will determine where you begin your course sequence. Contact Admissions at 360.752.8345 or at admissions@btc.edu for assistance with academic planning.

What are My Next Steps?

Classes

Total Program Credits:

15

  • Engineering

  • ENGR 115Graphics5 CR
  • ENGR 180Parametric Modeling5 CR
  • ENGT 222Advanced Parametric Modeling5 CR

Program Outcomes

Employment Outlook

Faculty & Support

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Timothy Stettler
Civil Engineering

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  • Degrees and Credentials

    WA Professional Technical Certification - 2007

    A.A.S., Civil Engineering, Spokane Community College - 2007

    WA Professional Technical Certification - 2007

    A.A.S., Civil Engineering, Spokane Community College - 2007

    B.S., Civil Engineering, Washington State University - 2007

    B.S., Civil Engineering, Washington State University - 2007

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Scott Reiss
Mechanical Engineering

<p> Scott Reiss is tenured faculty at BTC where he has been instructing the Mechanical Engineering Technology program since 2003. </p> <p> Scott has over 20 years of industry based mechanical engineering experience. Before Scott joined BTC he owned and operated J. Scott Reiss Consulting, where he performed 3D solid modeling, stress analysis, and patent work for various clients. For ten years prior to that, Scott worked for the PACCAR Technical Center in Mount Vernon as a stress analyst. In this capacity, Scott performed finite element analysis and developed testing strategies to support the development of new class 8 trucks and remedy issues with existing vehicles. Other work experience includes jobs on the east coast where Scott worked in R&D labs developing products and performing test and analysis work. </p>

  • Degrees and Credentials

    B.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of Vermont - 2003

    WA Professional Technical Certification - 2003

    E.I.T., State of Vermont - 2003

    M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute - 2003