This is an image combined from three separate pictures. The left side is a male engineering student with a beard, wearing a blue shirt. He is working on measuring an existing part with calipers and recreating the part in the Solidworks CAD program as shown on the dual computer monitors at his workstation. In the middle of the image, two female architectural students are sitting at a table with architectural models they have built in the foreground. They are discussing their architectural projects. At the far right of the image, a young man in a camouflage jacket is removing a 3D printed model of a house from a large 3-dimensional printer.
College Credit

Engineering and Architectural Design - College or Articulated Credit

This program provides excellent foundation skills for college associate degrees and/or bachelor degrees in engineering. After completion of this program, a student may be granted up to nine semester credits by Grand Rapids Community College toward an associate degree in mechanical drafting which may be transferred to Ferris State University or Lawrence Technological College. Credit will be based upon competency testing and instructor recommendation. Students are also eligible for up to 12 credits from Davenport University,  Baker College, and Grand Rapids Community College as long as he or she maintains an 85% or higher grade throughout the school year.