The Mechanical Engineering Technician - Drafting program helps develop each students' mechanical engineering design skillset that's in high demand. In first year, students will build a strong foundation of fundamental engineering knowledge. In their second year, students study various concepts of advanced design and manufacturing, such as: CAD/CAM, mould design, plant design, finite element analysis, jig and fixture design and additive manufacturing.
Students will work on project-based assignments in labs that simulate the real world, supervised by expert professors who have decades of industrial experience! Sheridan College Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Design Technologies features the latest equipment, software and applications. Students will enjoy opportunities to work with the school's industry partners, join engineering design clubs and participate in design competitions.
When students graduate, they can either enter the workforce or go directly into the third year of Sheridan’s Mechanical Engineering Technology – Design and Drafting advanced diploma program. Graduates will also have completed all the academic requirements for professional certification with the Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT).
|Application Fees||CAD 100|
|Tuition Fees||CAD 16206|
|Language proficiency (minimum)|
|Exam proficiency (minimum)|
|SAT||Not Required / Waiver|
|ACT||Not Required / Waiver|
|GRE||Not Required / Waiver|
|GMAT||Not Required / Waiver|
Minimum GPA - 50%