Architectural & Mechanical Design

Learn programs used by engineers, architects, and designers.

Buildings, products, roads – you name it and you’ll learn the computer applications for preparing detailed drawings used in designing, engineering, and manufacturing these products. From simple blueprints to 3D intactive images, you’ll learn the tools that ARCHITECTS, DESIGNERS, and ENGINEERS use to create various products and prepare plans for their production.  Prepare for a career in drafting, architecture, product design, interior design, or engineering.
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Students have the opportunity to acquire the following certifications:

  • National Occupational Competency Testing Instrument
    • CAD
    • Drafting
  • Solidworks
  • AutoCAD
  • IC3 (Internet & Computing Core Certification)
  • OSHA 10-Hour Safety
  • Adobe Certified Associate

Student Organization

What skills will I learn?

  • Drafting techniques
  • Computer applications
    • AutoCAD
    • Revit Architecture
    • Solidworks
    • AutoCAD Architecture
  • Orthographic projection
  • Geometric constructions
  • Model building
  • Architecture & Interior design
  • Engineering
  • Product design

What types of equipment are used:

  • Network Pentium dual processors
  • Traditional drafting tools
  • Model building equipment
  • 3D model printer
Where do you want to go?

Mechanical Engineering, Interior Design, Industrial Design, Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Architecture

Engineering & Science Technologies Career Field


Year 1

3.0 elective, 1.0 Alg. II/Trig OR Pre-Calc (required)

Year 2

4.0 elective OR
3.0 elective; 1.0 Pre-Calc (optional)
(Students not taking math option remain in program for instruction, earning 4.0 credits.)



Ohio College Tech Prep

Career Technical Credit Transfer Program