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SolidWorks for 3D printingMAE-40043

Units: 3.00

$825

Learn the basics of Additive Manufacturing with SolidWorksAdopted in the world of Additive Manufacturing, 3D Printing helps increase flexibility in the production flow and reduces industrial expenses ...

Upcoming Start Dates:
Typically Offered: Winter, Summer

Additive Manufacturing TechnologiesMAE-40038

Units: 3.00

$775

Learn ​Additive Manufacturing TechnologiesAdditive Manufacturing (AM) is revolutionizing the way products are being made and it is an integral part of what is termed the 4th Industrial Revolution (Ind...

Upcoming Start Dates:
Typically Offered: Fall, Spring

Fundamentals of Industrial RoboticsCSE-41335

Units: 3.00

$750

Practice Industiral Robotics Opeartions with ABB RobotStudioIndustrial Robotics has revolutionized manufacturing by automating physical tasks in various sectors including the automotive, electrical ...

Upcoming Start Dates:
Typically Offered: Fall, Spring

Fundamentals of CAD with CATIA V5MAE-40042

Units: 3.00

$750

Learn 3D Modeling with CATIA V5CATIA software is a powerful 3D modeling tool to design, simulate, analyze and manufacture everyday life products. This Computer-Aided Design (CAD) program supports prec...

Upcoming Start Dates:
Typically Offered: Winter, Summer

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Mechanical Design with MATLABMAE-40030

Units: 3.00

$775

Use MATLAB/Simulink for Mechanical Engineering Design and Analysis ApplicationsProgram using MATLAB and Simulink for applications in engineering topics such as dynamics, vibrations, systems, control, ...

Upcoming Start Dates:
Typically Offered: Fall, Summer

Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T)MAE-40031

Units: 3.00

$775

Automotive, Aerospace, Manufacturing and other industries are currently using Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD T) to clearly define product specifications to their manufacturers. The need to...

Upcoming Start Dates:
Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
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Demand and Job Prospects

  • According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the median salary for Additive Manufacturing is $68,771 per year nationwide.
  • Additive Manufacturing jobs posting trends have grown 65% in the past five years.
  • According to Burning Glass, top companies hiring individuals for Additive Manufacturing jobs include Lockheed Martin Corp, Northrop Grumman and The Boeing Company.

Who Will Benefit

Individuals interested in entering the exiting field of AM, specifically

  • Professionals with engineering backgrounds, typically Mechanical Engineering
  • Students with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering (preferred) or any other Engineering disciplines.
  • Students with no technical training that have High School prerequisite knowledge to enter the field.

Advisory Board

Braxton Carter

Senior Design Engineer, Consultant and CAD Software Engineer

Reverse Engineering

Javier Garay, Dr.

Professor in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

UC San Diego

Alfonso Limon, Dr.

Liaison of Research and Development

Oneirix

Milenko Masic, Dr.

Principal Algorithms Architect

Cymer/ASML

Tony Nguyen, Dr.

Senor Guidance, Navigation and Control (GNC) Engineer

Northrop Grumman Corporation

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This certificate requires an application before taking any courses. There will be a $0 fee to apply to this program. Students will also be required to pay a $95 certificate fee upon enrollment into the program after acceptance. View the complete Certificate Registration and Candidacy Guidelines.