Architectural & Mechanical Design

Program Description

The Architectural & Mechanical Design curriculum is designed to promote understanding and basic applications of the software and introduce the students to the fundamentals of the graphical language used in technical drawings.

The program introduces the student to basic drafting techniques using the latest version of AutoCAD, Chief Architect and SolidWorks. Students will expand their knowledge through assignments that include; pictorial drawing, orthographic projection, dimensioning, sketching, measurement, blueprint reading, assembly and working drawings.

After completing the Architectural/Mechanical Design Course offered during freshman and sophomore years, a student can then enter either Architectural Design program or Mechanical Design.

If you want to find out more information about these tracks click the following links: Architectural Design or Mechanical Design



Steven Johansen- Curriculum Leader
Thomas Richard

Academy Administrator

Jarrod Lussier 

Course of Study


Exploratory Program

Architectural & Mechanical Design Shop


Drafting Tech Math II
Drafting Tech Science II
Architectural and Mechanical Design Shop

Career Opportunities

Project Manager
CAD Operator
Apprentice Drafter

Interior Designer
Mechanical Engineer
Aerospace Engineer