Financial Aid May be AVAILABLE, to those that qualify

Mechanical Engineering Design and Technology – Toronto Campus

Program Description

The Mechanical Engineering Design and Technology program at Metro College of Technology will accelerate your prospect of a career in mechanical engineering. In this program you will learn knowledge and skills in mechanical design principles, North American design standards, and computer-aided design software systems such as AutoCAD, SolidWorks, Autodesk Inventor and CATIA. In this program students will also learn how to use 3D printing technology to  build part models and prototypes.  In addition, as a mechanical designer you will learn how use ANSYS to perform finite element analysis and computational fluid dynamics analysis. Students will also acquire valuable practical work experience, not only through many mini projects and a comprehensive mechanical design project. Finally co-op placement is available to for those students who intend to develop  their work experience in a mechanical company.

Mechanical Engineering Design Subjects

  • ANSI Standards Blueprint Reading
  • Applied Design and Manufacturing Processes (with 3D printing)
  • AutoCAD 2D and 3D
  • Parametric Design with SolidWorks
  • Mechanical Engineering Design Principles
  • Parametric Design with Autodesk Inventor
  • FEA and CFD using ANSYS
  • Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing
  • Parametric Design with Advanced CAD Application – CATIA
  • Mechanical Design Project
  • Career Development
  • Co-op placement (optional)

COLLEGE DIPLOMA: Yes

DURATION: 34 Weeks

LOCATION: Toronto, Ontario

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent, passing an entrance test and admissions interview. In addition, basic computer skills are also required.

After completion of this program, you will be able to take and pass the following industry-recognized certificate exams:

  •  AutoCAD as an Autodesk certified user or professional
  •  SolidWorks as a CSWE, CSWA, …
  • Autodesk Inventor as a Autodesk certified user or professional
  • CATIA   as an associate, specialist or expert

Career opportunities upon graduation

  • CAD Technician/Technologist
  • Drafts-person
  • Hydraulic Designer/Engineer
  • Industrial Designer
  • Mechanical Designer/Engineer
  • Machine Designer
  • Mechanical Technologist
  • Product Development Specialist

If you have interest in a career in Computer Numerical Control (CNC), please read our CNC and MasterCAM Technology program.

Financial assistance may be available if you qualify. Please visit OSAP website for more information.

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COVID-19 Updates

We are accepting applications for future programs. Interviews will be conducted via phone consultations at this time.