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Engineering Technology (Workforce)

Mechanical Design Technology

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

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

Employment Information


Average annual income $71,937

Wage potential $86,757 annually

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Tuition Fees and Rates


Jobs & Employment

The average annual wage in this field is $71,937, with an earning potential of about $86,757 per year.*

Criminal convictions may restrict or prevent student participation with internships and employment in this industry.

Potential Positions

The mechanical engineering program prepares students for employment in the aerospace industry, petrochemical industry, industrial manufacturing, engineering consulting and design firms, engineering software development and support companies, and electrical contractors.

Potential positions include mechanical engineering technician, mechanical drafter, computer aided drafter, engineering technician, production planner, machine maintenance technician, mechanical testing & quality control technician and sales representative.

Courses

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Courses are from the 2019-20 Catalog

TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS108 credits

  • Academic Core
  • MATH& 141Precalculus I5 credits

    The focus of this course will be functions. Students manipulate and graph linear, polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic and quadratic functions. The course will also cover systems of equations, matrices and determinants, and their applications.

    Prerequisite:
    BTC College Level Math score of 75 or a C grade in MATH 099.

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    4/20-6/30Online PENG AWaitlisted: 1
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    7/6-8/27Online STAFFOpenings: 26
    9/21-12/9MWF10:10a-11:30aSTAFFOpenings: 28
    9/21-12/10Online STAFFOpenings: 26
  • MATH& 142Precalculus II5 credits

    The majority of this course will cover trigonometry. Students will explore trigonometry functions, right and oblique triangle trigonometry, graphing, trigonometry identifies, laws of Sine and Cosine as well as trigonometric application problems. This course will also cover vectors in the plane and in space, along with parametric equations. Polar coordinates and graphs of polar equations will also be included.

    Prerequisite:
    MATH& 141 with a C grade.

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    4/20-6/30Online PENG AWaitlisted: 2
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    9/21-12/9MWF 8:30a-9:50aSTAFFOpenings: 20
    9/21-12/9Online STAFFOpenings: 20
  • AENGL 100 *Applied English5 credits

    This applied English course focuses on the workplace communication skills needed to send, receive, and process oral and written information. Along with a review of writing fundamentals, learners will use principles of clear communication, professionalism, and cultural awareness in occupational contexts. Learners will sharpen their reading, writing, and presentation skills.

    Prerequisite:
    Accuplacer Reading Comprehension score of 71 or a C grade in RDG 085, and Accuplacer Sentence Skills score of 71 or a C grade in ENGL 092.

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    4/20-6/30Online RICHARDS JOpenings: 9
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    4/20-6/30Online DONNELLY ROpenings: 9
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    4/20-6/30Online NELSON NOpenings: 15
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    7/6-8/27Online STAFFOpenings: 26
    9/21-12/9MW 8:30a-9:50aSTAFFOpenings: 28
    9/21-12/9MW 2:10p-3:30pSTAFFOpenings: 28
    9/22-12/10TTh 8:00a-10:10aSTAFFOpenings: 28
    9/21-12/10Online STAFFOpenings: 26
  • CMST& 210 *Interpersonal Communications5 credits

    Designed to introduce students to the application of basic interpersonal communication theory, with a focus on achieving success in the workplace. Topics explored include self-awareness, self-disclosure, conversation skills, relationship development and maintenance, assertiveness, teamwork and group dynamics, conflict management strategies, and diversity issues.

    Prerequisite:
    Accuplacer Reading Comprehension score of 71 or a C grade in RDG 085, and Accuplacer Sentence Skills score of 71 or a C grade in ENGL 092.

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    4/20-6/30Online ZAMORA AWaitlisted: 1
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    4/20-6/30Online SMITH MWaitlisted: 0
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    4/20-6/30Online DOSS LWaitlisted: 0
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    4/20-6/30Online ZAMORA AWaitlisted: 1
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    4/20-6/30Online ZAMORA AWaitlisted: 1
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    4/20-6/30Online BURNS JWaitlisted: 1
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    7/6-8/27MTWTh 8:30a-10:00aSTAFFOpenings: 28
    7/6-8/27Online STAFFOpenings: 26
    7/6-8/27Online STAFFOpenings: 26
    9/22-12/10TTh 8:00a-10:10aSTAFFOpenings: 28
    9/21-12/9MWF10:10a-11:30aSTAFFOpenings: 28
    9/21-12/9MW 2:10p-3:30pSTAFFOpenings: 28
    9/24-12/10Th 5:30p-7:40pSTAFFOpenings: 28
    9/21-12/10Online STAFFOpenings: 26
    9/21-12/10Online STAFFOpenings: 26
  • CTE 108Job Skills1 credits

    This course provides students with the foundation for job preparation and job searching. Students will identify their qualifications for their chosen career; identify what employers look for in strong candidates; build resumes and cover letters; gain tips on completing applications; job and informational interviewing; as well as job searching, professional networking, and tips for setting up a successful career. This is a hybrid course that includes a combination of face-to-face and online instruction. It is important that students should have skills in Microsoft Word before enrolling in this course.

    Prerequisite:
    Students should have skills in Microsoft Office before enrolling in this course.

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    4/20-6/30Online SEAY BOpenings: 19
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    4/20-6/30Online DOSS LOpenings: 8
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  • Engineering Core
  • ENGR 100Engineering Orientation2 credits

    This course explores engineering and technology through class discussion, hands-on activities, and presentations by guest speakers. Topics include engineering disciplines, degree and transfer options, career opportunities, academic success strategies, and planning your program of study.


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    4/20-6/30Online MORGAN POpenings: 10
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    9/21-12/10W11:35a-12:25pMORGAN POpenings: 28
  • ENGR& 104Introduction To Engineering & Design5 credits

    Course explores the role of teamwork, creativity, and communication in innovative engineering design. Topics include engineering design process, collaborative problem solving techniques, and computer applications. Students will develop their knowledge and skills in these areas through a series of hands-on design projects.

    Prerequisite:
    (Accuplacer Algebra score of 75 or Math 098 with a "C" or higher) and (Accuplacer Reading Comprehension score of 71 or RDG 085 with a "C" or higher) and (Accuplacer Sentence Skills score of 71 or ENGL 092 with a "C" or higher).

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    4/20-6/30Online MORGAN POpenings: 13
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    9/21-12/9MWF12:30p-1:50pSEAY BOpenings: 24
    9/22-12/10TTh10:30a-12:40pMORGAN POpenings: 24
  • ENGR 115Graphics5 credits

    This course is an introduction to the use of graphical techniques and standard practices used to communicate engineering design information. Students will learn graphics techniques, visualization skills, standards for object views and drawing sizes, orthographic projection, section views, proper dimensioning techniques, and tolerances. Freehand sketching is used to develop visualization skills and as an instrument for design conceptualization and communication.

    Prerequisite:
    (Accuplacer Arithmetic score of 50 or a C grade or higher in MATH 090 or ABE 050 with a "C" or higher) and (Accuplacer Reading Comprehension score of 71 or RDG 085 with a "C" or higher) and (Accuplacer Sentence Skills score of 71 or ENGL 092 with a "C" or higher).

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    9/22-12/10TTh 1:10p-3:20pSTETTLER TOpenings: 28
  • ENGR 180Parametric Modeling5 credits

    This course is an introduction to 3D CAD (computer aided design) with an emphasis on parametric solid modeling applications and usage. Topics include methods for creating solid model components, joining components to form assemblies, and generation of 2D manufacturing drawings from 3D solid models.

    Prerequisite:
    (ENGR 115 with a C or higher) or (MACH 102 with a C or higher)

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    4/20-6/30Online REISS JOpenings: 7
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    4/20-6/30Online REISS JOpenings: 8
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    4/20-6/30Online REISS JOpenings: 5
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    4/20-6/30Online REISS JOpenings: 8
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    9/21-12/9MWF10:10a-11:30aREISS JOpenings: 28
  • Mechanical Core
  • ENGT 116Advanced Graphics5 credits

    This course is a continuation of the mechanical engineering graphic technology foundation. It utilizes CAD to develop advanced drawing techniques in accordance with industry standards. Instruction includes projection techniques for points, lines, and planes; the purpose and application of auxiliary views; methods for developing more advanced principal views; dimensioning and tolerancing of parts for manufacture according to ASME/ANSI standards; and methods for representing threads and fasteners.

    Prerequisite:
    ENGR 115 with a "C" or higher and (completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENGT 135 with a "C" or higher).
  • ENGT 134AutoCAD I5 credits

    This course is an introduction to CAD (Computer Aided Drafting), utilizing a "cookbook" approach to instruction. Students have immediate hands-on computer usage while applying basic command concepts and terminology. Basic drawing and editing techniques are reinforced with exercises designed to help the student reach an in-depth understanding.


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    4/20-6/30Online SEAY BOpenings: 16
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    4/20-6/30Online GOODRICH SOpenings: 26
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    9/21-12/9MWF10:10a-11:30aSEAY BOpenings: 28
    9/22-12/10TTh 6:00p-8:10pGOODRICH SOpenings: 28
  • ENGT 135AutoCAD II5 credits

    This course is a continuation of AutoCAD I and utilizes intermediate drawing and editing tools. Coursework includes generating and editing dimensions and tolerances in CAD, methods for creating isometric drawings, paperspace techniques for printing/plotting to scale, applications and procedures for creating attributed blocks, creation of table, and the applications and procedures for using external references.

    Prerequisite:
    ENGR 115 and ENGT 134 with a "C" or higher.

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    4/20-6/30Online SEAY BOpenings: 16
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  • ENGT 208CAD Project 3D5 credits

    This is a project oriented design course in which students create a 3D solid model of an existing assembly or one of their own design. Each student will generate a complete working drawing set for their assembly including engineering details and assembly drawings in accordance with industry standards. A portfolio including preliminary sketches, detail drawings, and assembly drawings will be submitted.

    Prerequisite:
    ENGR 180 with a "C" or higher and (completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENGT 116 with a "C" or higher).

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    9/22-12/10TTh10:30a-12:40pREISS JOpenings: 28
  • ENGT 215Applied Statics5 credits

    This course is an introduction to engineering mechanics, focusing on the analysis of "static" (non-moving) structures. Students will use statics concepts to determine the external reaction loads and internal member forces for trusses, frames, and machines.

    Prerequisite:
    MATH& 142 with a C or higher (Acceptable Math substitute: AMATH 111 with a C or higher and CET 102 with a C or higher)
  • ENGT 216Applied Mechanics Of Materials5 credits

    This course explores the effect of forces on engineering structures and the resulting internal stresses and deformations that develop. Students will apply statics and strength of materials concepts to determine size, shape, and material requirements for engineering components. Topics include an introduction to stress and strain, physical characteristics of components (size and shape), mechanical properties of engineering materials (strength, stiffness, etc.), and materials testing and composition.

    Prerequisite:
    ENGT 215 with a "C" or higher.

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    4/20-6/30Online STETTLER TOpenings: 7
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  • ENGT 222Advanced Parametric Modeling5 credits

    This course is a continuation of Parametric Modeling. Topics include more advanced methods for the creation of parts, assemblies, and 2D manufacturing drawings.

    Prerequisite:
    ENGR 180 with a "C" or higher.

    Future Offerings
    9/21-12/9MWF 2:10p-3:30pREISS JOpenings: 28
  • ENGT 233Intro To CATIA5 credits

    This course is an introduction to solid modeling using CATIA V5 CAD (computer aided design) software. Topics include methods for creating solid model components, joining components to form assemblies, and generating 2D manufacturing drawings from 3D solid models.

    Prerequisite:
    ENGR 115 with a “C” or higher.

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    4/20-6/30Online MORGAN POpenings: 13
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  • ENGT 250Capstone Project5 credits

    This is a project oriented design course in which students draw on skills developed throughout the program to complete an instructor selected project. Topics are chosen based on real world significance, relevance and breadth of the skill set required, and available on-campus project opportunities. Projects may be individual or group based and typically involve several or all of the following completion tasks; 2D CAD drafting, 3D solid modeling, statics analysis of structural loads, sizing of members based on strength of materials, geometric and trigonometric calculations, data exchange, etc.

    Prerequisite:
    ENGR 180 and ENGT 116 and ENGT 135 with a "C" or higher.

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    4/20-6/30Online REISS JOpenings: 8
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  • MACH 191Machining for Engineers5 credits

    Proper setup of manual lathes and mills will be emphasized in this Introductory machining course for non-program students. Student will be able to identify all parts of an engine lathe and calculate settings to achieve desired speeds and feeds on a variety of different lathes. Work holding, the use of the 3 jaw chuck, facing, O.D. turning, grooving, parting-off and drilling will be covered. Students will hand grind their own tools from HSS lathe tool blanks. The proper use of a mill will be covered including: speed and feed adjustment, work holding and coordinate systems. The operations to be performed will be: tramming in a table, squaring a vise, tool setting, edge finding, facing, end mill use, drilling, and tapping.

    Prerequisite:
    ENGR 115 with a “C” or higher.

    Future Offerings
    9/21-12/9MWF 6:00p-8:20pDONNER DOpenings: 16
  • MACH 192CNC Machining for Engineers5 credits

    This introductory course covers the principles of CNC machining. The advantages of the CNC machine in production and the process differences between manual and CNC operations will be discussed. Students will read, write, and trouble-shoot G-Code programs, setup CNC lathes and mills, and use CAM software to program a part to run on a CNC machine.

    Prerequisite:
    C grade or higher in ENGR 180, C or higher in MACH 191.
TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS108 credits

* Minimum requirement. List of other Certificate or AAS General Education class options and alternatives

Entry Information

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When Can I Start?


This program typically starts in Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer Quarters on a space available basis.

What Are The Minimum Entry Requirements?


  • Students are required to take the Reading, Sentence and Arithmetic portions of the Accuplacer Placement Test prior to enrolling for classes.

What Are My Next Steps?


  1. Apply to BTC and Financial Aid
  2. Take the ACCUPLACER/Placement Test
  3. Attend an Advising & Registration Session
  4. Prepare to Attend

Program Outcomes

  • Create fully dimensioned orthographic and isometric CAD drawings that adhere to national standards (i.e. ANSI) and industry conventions.
  • Interpret rough sketches/drawings/actual parts and transform into 2D CAD drawings according to ANSI and industry standards for the purpose of manufacture, fabrication, and/or assembly.
  • Utilize parametric solid modeling software to generate 3D part models, 3D assembly models, and 2D detail/assembly drawings.
  • Apply statics principles to evaluate forces in structural elements that comprise trusses, machines, and frames.
  • Evaluate the stress, strain, and deflection levels of engineering components subjected to deformation, axial loads, and shear loads.
  • Utilize MS Office products such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint to generate engineering documents, reports, tables, charts, spread sheets, and presentations.

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Scott Reiss

Area of Instruction


Engineering

Degrees and Certifications


MS, Mechanical Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

BS, Mechanical Engineering, University of Vermont

EIT, Engineer in Training, State of Vermont

Certificate, Professional Technical Education, Washington State

Contact Info


360 752-8424
sreiss@btc.edu
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Background


Profile

Scott Reiss is tenured faculty at BTC where he has been instructing the Mechanical Engineering Technology program since 2003.

Scot...

    • Scott Reiss is tenured faculty at BTC where he has been instructing the Mechanical Engineering Technology program since 2003.

      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.

Specialties
Areas of Expertise: CAD, AutoCAD, Inventor, Plant 3D; Stress Analysis; Finite Element Analysis; Optimization; Composite Design

    • Areas of Expertise: CAD, AutoCAD, Inventor, Plant 3D; Stress Analysis; Finite Element Analysis; Optimization; Composite Design


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Jill Davishahl

Area of Instruction


Degrees and Certifications


MS, Mechanical Engineering, University of Washington

BS, Mechanical Engineering, Union College

Certificate, Professional Technical Education, Washington State

Contact Info


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Background


Profile

Jill Davishahl is an engineering instructor at Bellingham Technical College where she teaches a variety of engineering classes including Statics,...

    • Jill Davishahl is an engineering instructor at Bellingham Technical College where she teaches a variety of engineering classes including Statics, Mechanics of Materials, and Graphics. Before joining the team at BTC, Jill taught engineering at Western Washington University for the department of Engineering & Design. Prior to her term at WWU, Jill was a tenured faculty member at Edmonds Community College. While at Edmonds Community College, Jill designed and implemented the Associates of Applied Science in Materials Science Technology program, participated in a variety of NSF grants (Co-PI for CSEMS scholarship program, instructor for EMTECH workshops), taught and developed classes in both engineering and materials science, and held the position of department chair of engineering.

      Her experience in industry focused on prosthetic research and design in both a clinical and laboratory setting. Her prosthetics research focused primarily on developing a low cost composite prosthesis for use in underdeveloped countries. She also worked in the area of electronics packaging focusing on creating a thermally conductive interface material for use in computerized applications.

      Her teaching philosophy is to create an environment where students can learn and apply the fundamental concepts of engineering while developing and utilizing their intellectual curiosity, communication skills, and team skills. She strives to inspire student interest in learning and to foster their creative spirit.

Specialties
• Composite design and analysis including finite element analysis

    • • Composite design and analysis including finite element analysis
    • • Design & implementation of engineering and related degree programs
    • • Grant writing and resource development in the area of engineering
    • • Curriculum enhancement


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Steve Mudd

Area of Instruction


Degrees and Certifications


Certificate, Professional Technical Education, Washington State

Contact Info


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Civil Engineering Technology

This program will prepare you for a career as a civil engineering technician, computer aided drafter, construction manager, transportation technician, or GIS technician. You’ll learn valuable skills like civil drawing, design, geographic information systems (GIS) and field engineering.

If you’re looking for a program that will put you on a solid career track with employers such as high-tech industries, civil engineering and surveying firms, the Department of Transportation, or civil construction companies, then look into Civil Engineering at BTC.

Employment Information


72% Average placement rate for program graduates

Entry-level wage $53,258 annually

Wage potential $64,074 annually

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Jobs & Employment

Employment of engineering technicians is expected to increase. As technology becomes more sophisticated, employers continue to look for technicians who are skilled in new technology and require a minimum of additional job training.

About 72% of BTC Civil Engineering Technology students are employed within nine months of graduation. The average annual income in this field is $53,258, with an earning potential of about $64,074 per year.*

Potential Positions

Most program graduates work as civil engineering technicians. Potential positions also include computer aided drafter, construction manager, transportation technician, and GIS technician.

Graduates may be employed by both public and private organizations including municipal, state and federal agencies, roadway and building construction firms, public utilities, engineering firms, manufacturing companies, and aircraft companies.

Courses

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Courses are from the 2019-20 Catalog

TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS108 credits

  • Academic Core
  • AMATH 111Applied Technical Math5 credits

    This course introduces concepts of plane geometry and right triangle trigonometry, and develops further the elements of algebra in applications for technical professions. Unit conversions in Metric and English systems, Scientific notations, fractions, decimals, percents, ratios, and proportions are extensively reviewed. Textbook and Scientific or Graphing calculator required.

    Prerequisite:
    Accuplacer Algebra score of 75 or a C grade in MATH 098.

    Future Offerings
    4/20-6/30Online RING COpenings: 4
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    9/21-12/9MWF 8:30a-9:50aSTAFFOpenings: 28
  • ENGL& 101English Composition I5 credits

    A composition course in which students read, analyze, and write essays using a variety of rhetorical strategies, as well as develop and verbally express ideas clearly and effectively. The critical reading of essays will provide a basis for the student's own critical writing, which will reflect a command of college-level literacy standards. Attention to writing fundamentals and stylistic techniques will also be included. Word processing, email and internet knowledge required.

    Prerequisite:
    Accuplacer Reading Comprehension score of 85 or RDG 085 with a C or higher, and Accuplacer Reading Comprehension score of 85 or RDG 085 with a B or higher and Accuplacer Sentence Skills score of 86 or ENGL 092 with a B or higher or AENGL 100 with a C or higher.

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    4/20-6/30Online RICHARDS JOpenings: 4
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    4/20-6/30Online GERNAND JWaitlisted: 0
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    4/20-6/30Online GERNAND JOpenings: 1
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    7/6-8/27Online STAFFOpenings: 26
    9/22-12/8T 5:30p-7:40pSTAFFOpenings: 28
    9/21-12/9MWF10:10a-11:30aSTAFFOpenings: 28
    9/21-12/9MW 8:30a-9:50aSTAFFOpenings: 28
    9/21-12/10Online STAFFOpenings: 26
    9/21-12/10Online STAFFOpenings: 26
  • CMST& 220Public Speaking5 credits

    Introduction to communication theory and public speaking emphasizing organization, audience analysis, oral styles, and use of visual aids. Includes presentation of various types of public speeches and analyses of contemporary speeches.

    Prerequisite:
    Accuplacer Reading Comprehension score of 71 or a C grade in RDG 085, and Accuplacer Sentence Skills score of 71 or a C grade in ENGL 092.

    Future Offerings
    4/20-6/30Online BURNS JOpenings: 4
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    9/21-12/9MWF 2:10p-3:30pSTAFFOpenings: 28
  • CTE 108Job Skills1 credits

    This course provides students with the foundation for job preparation and job searching. Students will identify their qualifications for their chosen career; identify what employers look for in strong candidates; build resumes and cover letters; gain tips on completing applications; job and informational interviewing; as well as job searching, professional networking, and tips for setting up a successful career. This is a hybrid course that includes a combination of face-to-face and online instruction. It is important that students should have skills in Microsoft Word before enrolling in this course.

    Prerequisite:
    Students should have skills in Microsoft Office before enrolling in this course.

    Future Offerings
    4/20-6/30Online SEAY BOpenings: 19
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    4/20-6/30Online DOSS LOpenings: 8
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  • Engineering Core
  • ENGR 100Engineering Orientation2 credits

    This course explores engineering and technology through class discussion, hands-on activities, and presentations by guest speakers. Topics include engineering disciplines, degree and transfer options, career opportunities, academic success strategies, and planning your program of study.


    Future Offerings
    4/20-6/30Online MORGAN POpenings: 10
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    9/21-12/10W11:35a-12:25pMORGAN POpenings: 28
  • ENGR& 104Introduction To Engineering & Design5 credits

    Course explores the role of teamwork, creativity, and communication in innovative engineering design. Topics include engineering design process, collaborative problem solving techniques, and computer applications. Students will develop their knowledge and skills in these areas through a series of hands-on design projects.

    Prerequisite:
    (Accuplacer Algebra score of 75 or Math 098 with a "C" or higher) and (Accuplacer Reading Comprehension score of 71 or RDG 085 with a "C" or higher) and (Accuplacer Sentence Skills score of 71 or ENGL 092 with a "C" or higher).

    Future Offerings
    4/20-6/30Online MORGAN POpenings: 13
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    9/21-12/9MWF12:30p-1:50pSEAY BOpenings: 24
    9/22-12/10TTh10:30a-12:40pMORGAN POpenings: 24
  • ENGR 115Graphics5 credits

    This course is an introduction to the use of graphical techniques and standard practices used to communicate engineering design information. Students will learn graphics techniques, visualization skills, standards for object views and drawing sizes, orthographic projection, section views, proper dimensioning techniques, and tolerances. Freehand sketching is used to develop visualization skills and as an instrument for design conceptualization and communication.

    Prerequisite:
    (Accuplacer Arithmetic score of 50 or a C grade or higher in MATH 090 or ABE 050 with a "C" or higher) and (Accuplacer Reading Comprehension score of 71 or RDG 085 with a "C" or higher) and (Accuplacer Sentence Skills score of 71 or ENGL 092 with a "C" or higher).

    Future Offerings
    9/22-12/10TTh 1:10p-3:20pSTETTLER TOpenings: 28
  • ENGT 134AutoCAD I5 credits

    This course is an introduction to CAD (Computer Aided Drafting), utilizing a "cookbook" approach to instruction. Students have immediate hands-on computer usage while applying basic command concepts and terminology. Basic drawing and editing techniques are reinforced with exercises designed to help the student reach an in-depth understanding.


    Future Offerings
    4/20-6/30Online SEAY BOpenings: 16
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    4/20-6/30Online GOODRICH SOpenings: 26
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    9/21-12/9MWF10:10a-11:30aSEAY BOpenings: 28
    9/22-12/10TTh 6:00p-8:10pGOODRICH SOpenings: 28
  • ENGT 135AutoCAD II5 credits

    This course is a continuation of AutoCAD I and utilizes intermediate drawing and editing tools. Coursework includes generating and editing dimensions and tolerances in CAD, methods for creating isometric drawings, paperspace techniques for printing/plotting to scale, applications and procedures for creating attributed blocks, creation of table, and the applications and procedures for using external references.

    Prerequisite:
    ENGR 115 and ENGT 134 with a "C" or higher.

    Future Offerings
    4/20-6/30Online SEAY BOpenings: 16
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  • ENGT 215Applied Statics5 credits

    This course is an introduction to engineering mechanics, focusing on the analysis of "static" (non-moving) structures. Students will use statics concepts to determine the external reaction loads and internal member forces for trusses, frames, and machines.

    Prerequisite:
    MATH& 142 with a C or higher (Acceptable Math substitute: AMATH 111 with a C or higher and CET 102 with a C or higher)
  • ENGT 216Applied Mechanics Of Materials5 credits

    This course explores the effect of forces on engineering structures and the resulting internal stresses and deformations that develop. Students will apply statics and strength of materials concepts to determine size, shape, and material requirements for engineering components. Topics include an introduction to stress and strain, physical characteristics of components (size and shape), mechanical properties of engineering materials (strength, stiffness, etc.), and materials testing and composition.

    Prerequisite:
    ENGT 215 with a "C" or higher.

    Future Offerings
    4/20-6/30Online STETTLER TOpenings: 7
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  • Technology Course Work
  • CET 102Fundamentals Of Surveying I5 credits

    Emphasis is placed on familiarization with the different types of surveys and their purpose and teaches the student to be able to differentiate between "accuracy" and "precision." It teaches the student to measure distances in a vertical direction and relate these measurements to a datum plane or elevation from sea level. Course also teaches the student how to calculate directions from known points to find or establish other points and will enable the student to gain necessary skills in operating surveying instruments.

    Prerequisite:
    MATH 098 with a C or higher or instructor permission.
    Completion or Concurrent Enrollment:
    CET 141 with a C or better or concurrent enrollment in CET 141 OR Instructor permission.

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    9/22-12/10TTh10:30a-11:45aBROD ROpenings: 24
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  • CET 110Construction And Highway Surveys5 credits

    Calculations for horizontal and vertical alignments will be emphasized. Determining cut and fill values for establishing final elevations for construction projects, as well as marking of survey stakes to communicate location and elevation information to construction workers will be covered. Students will learn stakeout procedures for a variety of construction projects. In addition, the students will develop techniques to use horizontal and vertical curves in the field and office to join tangent lines.

    Prerequisite:
    ENGT 134 and CET 102 both with a C or higher or Instructor permission.
  • CET 120Zoning, Permitting & Platting5 credits

    Introduction to Whatcom County and City of Bellingham zoning ordinances and an introduction to the various state, county, and city permits associated with construction and land use in Whatcom County.

  • CET 141Fundamentals Of GIS & GPS5 credits

    Students will be introduced to the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) for navigation and surveying purposes. The course will begin to cover desktop mapping, focusing on the use of ArcView software in Geographic Information Systems applications. The basics of map creation and presentation will be covered.

    Prerequisite:
    MATH 098 with a C or higher or Instructor permission.
    Completion or Concurrent Enrollment:
    CET 102 with a C or better or concurrent enrollment in CET 102 OR Instructor permission.

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    9/22-12/10TTh 8:30a-9:45aBROD ROpenings: 24
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  • CET 142Intermediate GIS5 credits

    Students will continue working with ArcGIS software, focusing on map creation, data display, data editing, and use of attribute information contained within the data to symbolize and extract specific information from a data set. Data analysis will be covered, with emphasis on using spatial relationships between different data sets, as well as performing overlay functions to analyze data interactions.

    Prerequisite:
    ENGT 134 with a C or higher and CET 141 with a C or higher.

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    4/20-6/30Online BROD ROpenings: 11
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  • CET 230Estimating And Scheduling5 credits

    An introduction to the construction process, project scheduling, and estimation of concrete, rebar, and earthwork quantities.

    Prerequisite:
    AMATH111 with a C or higher.

    Future Offerings
    4/20-6/30Online STETTLER TOpenings: 13
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  • CET 235Construction Materials5 credits

    An introduction to the practices and procedures for the testing and placement of construction materials. This course covers basic steel stress, strain and thermal expansion. In depth coverage for testing and placing: soil, aggregate, asphalt and concrete. Also, included are standard inspection practices and construction documentation during and after the construction of sewer, water, storm, and roadway civil improvements.

    Prerequisite:
    AMATH111 with a C or higher.
  • CET 240Earthmoving Fundamentals5 credits

    An introduction to earthmoving production fundamentals of construction equipment. The production of heavy equipment, including excavators, scrapers, trucks, bulldozers, and front end loaders is examined from a production prospective. In addition, earthwork conversions to and from loose cubic yards, bank cubic yards, and compacted cubic yards is introduced.

    Prerequisite:
    AMATH 111 with a C or higher.

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    9/21-12/9MWF 8:30a-9:50aSTETTLER TOpenings: 28
  • CET 251AutoCAD Civil 3D I5 credits

    Study and use of the Civil Engineering and Survey industry-specific CAD software for computer aided drafting. Focuses on land development and survey applications with AutoCAD on Civil/Survey specific software applications.

    Prerequisite:
    ENGT 134 with a "C" or higher or instructor permission.

    Future Offerings
    9/21-12/9MWF 2:10p-3:30pSTETTLER TOpenings: 28
  • CET 252AutoCAD Civil 3D II5 credits

    Study and use of the Civil Engineering and Survey Industry specific CAD software for computer aided drafting. Focuses on roadway and infrastructure design with AutoCAD on Civil/Survey specific software applications.

    Prerequisite:
    CET 251 with a "C" or higher.

    Future Offerings
    4/20-6/30Online STETTLER TOpenings: 15
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TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS108 credits

Entry Information

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When Can I Start?


This program typically starts in Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer Quarters on a space available basis.

What Are The Minimum Entry Requirements?


  • Students are required to take the Reading, Sentence and Arithmetic portions of the Accuplacer Placement Test prior to enrolling for classes.

What Are My Next Steps?


  1. Apply to BTC and Financial Aid
  2. Take the ACCUPLACER/Placement Test
  3. Attend an Advising & Registration Session
  4. Prepare to Attend

Program Outcomes

  • Produce a wide variety of design quality plan sets using computer aided drafting methods.
  • Inspect and track project revisions to produce As-Built record drawings using appropriate design standards.
  • Import, export, and create several types of GIS data for the production of specialized planning and demonstration maps.
  • Calculate quantities and assign costs for the production of detailed cost estimates and schedules for a variety of construction projects.
  • Assess and approve specifications for construction materials.
  • Communicate, solve, and present engineering problems using Microsoft Office programs.
  • Solve engineering problems using a variety of mathematical processes and quantitative reasoning.

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Tim Stettler

Area of Instruction


Engineering

Degrees and Certifications


BS, Civil Engineering, Washington State University

AAS, Civil Engineering, Spokane Community College

Certificate, Engineer-in-Training, State of Washington

Certificate, Radiation Safety and Use of Nuclear Gauges, CPN International

Certificate, Professional Technical Education, Washington State

Contact Info


360 752-8338
tstettler@btc.edu
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Chris Brod

Area of Instruction


Geomatics

Degrees and Certifications


BS, Geography, Northern Arizona University

Certificate, Professional Technical Education, Washington State

Contact Info


360 752-8414
cbrod@btc.edu
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Profile

Chris began his career in surveying in the mountains of Colorado in 1978, working in the oilfield. He travelled extensively in the western Unit...
    • Chris began his career in surveying in the mountains of Colorado in 1978, working in the oilfield. He travelled extensively in the western United States, working from south Texas to several miles south of the Canadian border, and from eastern Oklahoma to western Nevada. Wishing to settle down, he attended a technical school in Arizona, learning more about the math, drafting, and fieldwork involved in engineering related surveying.

      Chris eventually ended up in Flagstaff, AZ, working for the Environmental Impact Statement on Glen Canyon Dam, where he was responsible for establishing a survey control network through the Grand Canyon for the Bureau of Reclamation’s GIS project. He started Spatial Science Solutions, a GIS firm shortly before receiving his degree, and has continued this business in a limited way since then. He returned for a third stint with Arizona Engineering to start a GIS department in 2004.

      Chris came to Bellingham Technical College in 2010 be the Surveying and Mapping program instructor.

Specialties
Areas of Expertise:

    • Areas of Expertise:
    • • Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS)
    • • Field procedures for mapping, property surveys, and construction surveys.
    • • Survey calculations


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Scott Reiss

Area of Instruction


Engineering

Degrees and Certifications


MS, Mechanical Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

BS, Mechanical Engineering, University of Vermont

EIT, Engineer in Training, State of Vermont

Certificate, Professional Technical Education, Washington State

Contact Info


360 752-8424
sreiss@btc.edu
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Profile

Scott Reiss is tenured faculty at BTC where he has been instructing the Mechanical Engineering Technology program since 2003.

Scot...

    • Scott Reiss is tenured faculty at BTC where he has been instructing the Mechanical Engineering Technology program since 2003.

      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.

Specialties
Areas of Expertise: CAD, AutoCAD, Inventor, Plant 3D; Stress Analysis; Finite Element Analysis; Optimization; Composite Design

    • Areas of Expertise: CAD, AutoCAD, Inventor, Plant 3D; Stress Analysis; Finite Element Analysis; Optimization; Composite Design


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Vicky Moyle has a Master's of Art in Teaching Mathematics from Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana and a Master's of Art in Counseling Psychology...

    • Vicky Moyle has a Master's of Art in Teaching Mathematics from Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana and a Master's of Art in Counseling Psychology from the University of Colorado, Denver. She is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Washington State and has been a National Board Certified Counselor since 2002. She has over 20 years of teaching experience at all educational levels--including elementary through middle and high school, community college, and 4-year degree schools. She has taught in Indiana, Colorado, and Missouri. Vicky is passionate about helping students overcome anxiety about math and dedicated to introducing the rigor of mathematical ideas to students in positive ways.


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Steve Mudd

Area of Instruction


Degrees and Certifications


Certificate, Professional Technical Education, Washington State

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Composites Engineering Technology

Employment Information


Average annual income $68,201

Wage potential $76,378 annually

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Tuition Fees and Rates


Jobs & Employment

The employment outlook for electro mechanical technicians is strong. Due to the escalating sophistication of equipment and retirements, employers are in need of trained technicians. The average annual wage for this field is $68,201, with an earning potential of $76,378 per year.*

Criminal convictions may restrict or prevent student participation with internships and employment in this industry.

Potential Positions

Potential positions include: Millwright, assembler, maintenance mechanic, maintenance millwright, manufacturers service representative, automated equipment engineer-technician, machine erector, installer, mover, and dismantler.

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TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS99-104 credits

  • Academic Core
  • AMATH 111Applied Technical Math5 credits

    This course introduces concepts of plane geometry and right triangle trigonometry, and develops further the elements of algebra in applications for technical professions. Unit conversions in Metric and English systems, Scientific notations, fractions, decimals, percents, ratios, and proportions are extensively reviewed. Textbook and Scientific or Graphing calculator required.

    Prerequisite:
    Accuplacer Algebra score of 75 or a C grade in MATH 098.

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    4/20-6/30Online RING COpenings: 4
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    9/21-12/9MWF 8:30a-9:50aSTAFFOpenings: 28
  • CHEM& 161General Chemistry w/ Lab I5 credits

    An introductory chemistry course for students in programs requiring one or two quarters of general chemistry. Course covers basic principles of modern chemistry, the structure of atoms and molecules, ions, chemical bonding and molecular geometry, the periodic table, chemical formulas and equations, and stoichiometry of reactions and solutions. Lab work included.

    Prerequisite:
    Accuplacer College Level Math score of 75 or co-enrolled/completed MATH& 141 with a "C" or higher. Also, recommend completion of CHEM& 121 or one year of high school chemistry.

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    9/21-12/9MW 8:30a-11:30aSTAFFOpenings: 24
  • ENGL& 101English Composition I5 credits

    A composition course in which students read, analyze, and write essays using a variety of rhetorical strategies, as well as develop and verbally express ideas clearly and effectively. The critical reading of essays will provide a basis for the student's own critical writing, which will reflect a command of college-level literacy standards. Attention to writing fundamentals and stylistic techniques will also be included. Word processing, email and internet knowledge required.

    Prerequisite:
    Accuplacer Reading Comprehension score of 85 or RDG 085 with a C or higher, and Accuplacer Reading Comprehension score of 85 or RDG 085 with a B or higher and Accuplacer Sentence Skills score of 86 or ENGL 092 with a B or higher or AENGL 100 with a C or higher.

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    4/20-6/30Online RICHARDS JOpenings: 4
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    4/20-6/30Online GERNAND JWaitlisted: 0
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    4/20-6/30Online GERNAND JOpenings: 1
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    7/6-8/27Online STAFFOpenings: 26
    9/22-12/8T 5:30p-7:40pSTAFFOpenings: 28
    9/21-12/9MWF10:10a-11:30aSTAFFOpenings: 28
    9/21-12/9MW 8:30a-9:50aSTAFFOpenings: 28
    9/21-12/10Online STAFFOpenings: 26
    9/21-12/10Online STAFFOpenings: 26
  • CMST& 220Public Speaking5 credits

    Introduction to communication theory and public speaking emphasizing organization, audience analysis, oral styles, and use of visual aids. Includes presentation of various types of public speeches and analyses of contemporary speeches.

    Prerequisite:
    Accuplacer Reading Comprehension score of 71 or a C grade in RDG 085, and Accuplacer Sentence Skills score of 71 or a C grade in ENGL 092.

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    4/20-6/30Online BURNS JOpenings: 4
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    9/21-12/9MWF 2:10p-3:30pSTAFFOpenings: 28
  • Engineering Core
  • ENGR 100Engineering Orientation2 credits

    This course explores engineering and technology through class discussion, hands-on activities, and presentations by guest speakers. Topics include engineering disciplines, degree and transfer options, career opportunities, academic success strategies, and planning your program of study.


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    4/20-6/30Online MORGAN POpenings: 10
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    9/21-12/10W11:35a-12:25pMORGAN POpenings: 28
  • ENGR& 104Introduction To Engineering & Design5 credits

    Course explores the role of teamwork, creativity, and communication in innovative engineering design. Topics include engineering design process, collaborative problem solving techniques, and computer applications. Students will develop their knowledge and skills in these areas through a series of hands-on design projects.

    Prerequisite:
    (Accuplacer Algebra score of 75 or Math 098 with a "C" or higher) and (Accuplacer Reading Comprehension score of 71 or RDG 085 with a "C" or higher) and (Accuplacer Sentence Skills score of 71 or ENGL 092 with a "C" or higher).

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    4/20-6/30Online MORGAN POpenings: 13
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    9/21-12/9MWF12:30p-1:50pSEAY BOpenings: 24
    9/22-12/10TTh10:30a-12:40pMORGAN POpenings: 24
  • ENGR 115Graphics5 credits

    This course is an introduction to the use of graphical techniques and standard practices used to communicate engineering design information. Students will learn graphics techniques, visualization skills, standards for object views and drawing sizes, orthographic projection, section views, proper dimensioning techniques, and tolerances. Freehand sketching is used to develop visualization skills and as an instrument for design conceptualization and communication.

    Prerequisite:
    (Accuplacer Arithmetic score of 50 or a C grade or higher in MATH 090 or ABE 050 with a "C" or higher) and (Accuplacer Reading Comprehension score of 71 or RDG 085 with a "C" or higher) and (Accuplacer Sentence Skills score of 71 or ENGL 092 with a "C" or higher).

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    9/22-12/10TTh 1:10p-3:20pSTETTLER TOpenings: 28
  • ENGR 180Parametric Modeling5 credits

    This course is an introduction to 3D CAD (computer aided design) with an emphasis on parametric solid modeling applications and usage. Topics include methods for creating solid model components, joining components to form assemblies, and generation of 2D manufacturing drawings from 3D solid models.

    Prerequisite:
    (ENGR 115 with a C or higher) or (MACH 102 with a C or higher)

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    4/20-6/30Online REISS JOpenings: 7
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    9/21-12/9MWF10:10a-11:30aREISS JOpenings: 28
  • ENGR 270Introduction To Materials Science5 credits

    An introduction to Materials Science that includes the atomic, molecular, and crystalline structures of materials and their relationship to electrical, mechanical, thermal, and chemical properties, as well as an introduction to materials processing and fabrication techniques.

    Prerequisite:
    MATH& 151 and CHEM& 161 with a "C" or higher.

    Future Offerings
    4/20-6/30Online WURTH LOpenings: 23
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  • Composites Core
  • COMP& 101Composites 15 credits

    This course provides an introduction to the field of Composites Technologies, and provides and overview of workplace readiness skills.

  • COMP& 102Composites 25 credits

    Introduction to advanced composite manufacturing with emphasis on Vacuum Infusion, Closed Cavity, Light Resin Transfer and Prepreg technologies. Hands-on training in advanced manufacturing using vinyl ester, epoxy and prepreg, with common types of advanced fiber reinforcement processes.

    Prerequisite:
    C grade or higher in COMP& 101
  • COMP& 105Basic Molding3 credits

    Survey course of the common methods used to shape, consolidate, and cure (mold) composite materials for use in the aerospace, marine, transportation, recreation, and medical device industries.

    Prerequisite:
    C grade or higher in COMP& 101 or concurrent enrollment
  • COMP& 109Survey of Composites1 credits

    This course provides an introduction to the field of Composites Technologies, and provides and overview of workplace readiness skills.

  • COMP& 110Health & Safety1 credits

    A culture of safe and healthy laboratory practices is developed in this course. Content is specific to working with composites materials.

  • COMP& 120Bonding & Fastening2 credits

    Composite materials manufacturing course, affording students with the knowledge and hands-on experience in the use of adhesives and fasteners for the assembly and repair of laminated composite material components.

    Prerequisite:
    C grade or higher in COMP& 101
  • COMP& 210Inspection, Test, & Repair5 credits

    Composite materials manufacturing course providing knowledge and hands-on experience in the inspection and repair techniques of Advanced and Fiber Reinforced Polymer (FRP).

    Prerequisite:
    C grade or higher in COMP& 101 or concurrent enrollment
  • COMP& 220Tool Design5 credits

    Theory, application, and fabrication of tooling for fabrication and assembly of composite products.

    Prerequisite:
    C grade or higher in COMP& 101
  • COMP 225Composite Materials Recycling5 credits

    The reclamation and recycling of composite materials during production and at the end of product life is important to environmental health, sustainable design, and the financial well-being of companies using composite materials. This course explores the challenges of recycling of composite materials and the current technologies being used to do so.

    Prerequisite:
    C grade or higher in COMP& 101
  • COMP 230Capstone Project5 credits

    This is a project oriented design course in which students draw on skills developed throughout the program to complete an instructor selected project. Topics are chosen based on real world significance, relevance and breadth of the skill set required, and available on-campus project opportunities.

    Prerequisite:
    C grade or higher in COMP& 101, C grade or higher in ENGR& 104
TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS99-104 credits

Entry Information

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When Can I Start?


For questions, please contact Admissions at 360-752-8345 or e-mail us at Admissions

What Are The Minimum Entry Requirements?


What Are My Next Steps?


  1. Apply to BTC and Financial Aid
  2. Take the ACCUPLACER/Placement Test
  3. Attend an Advising & Registration Session
  4. Prepare to Attend

Program Outcomes

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Jason Kefover

Area of Instruction


Degrees and Certifications


Certificate, Industrial Electricity 1, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies

Certificate, Industrial Electricity 2, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies

Certificate, Motors and Motor Controls, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies

Certificate, Programmable Logic Controllers 1, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies

Certificate, Programmable Logic Controllers 2, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies

Certificate, Fluid Power 1, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies

Certificate, Mechanical Components 1, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies

Certificate, Mechanical Components 2, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies

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Jason has taught at BTC for 5 years. Prior to his tenure at Bellingham Technical College he worked as an Engineer and taught Industrial Maintena...

    • Jason has taught at BTC for 5 years. Prior to his tenure at Bellingham Technical College he worked as an Engineer and taught Industrial Maintenance in the Carolinas. His experience includes work for several major corporations in the Automotive, ¬¬Polymer, and Industrial Robotics industries.

Specialties
Industrial automation, lean manufacturing, and machine maintenance.

    • Industrial automation, lean manufacturing, and machine maintenance.


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Vicky Moyle

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Vicky Moyle has a Master's of Art in Teaching Mathematics from Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana and a Master's of Art in Counseling Psychology...

    • Vicky Moyle has a Master's of Art in Teaching Mathematics from Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana and a Master's of Art in Counseling Psychology from the University of Colorado, Denver. She is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Washington State and has been a National Board Certified Counselor since 2002. She has over 20 years of teaching experience at all educational levels--including elementary through middle and high school, community college, and 4-year degree schools. She has taught in Indiana, Colorado, and Missouri. Vicky is passionate about helping students overcome anxiety about math and dedicated to introducing the rigor of mathematical ideas to students in positive ways.


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Steve Mudd

Area of Instruction


Degrees and Certifications


Certificate, Professional Technical Education, Washington State

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