Solidworks (Alternate Course of Study)

When you think SolidWorks, what comes to mind? For most people, it’s 3D mechanical CAD (MCAD) software. And while that may be what it's known best for, that’s not all there is to SolidWorks. SolidWorks is dedicated to providing engineers, designers and other creative professionals with the tools they need to design the world’s greatest products. In addition, there is a range of new features in Solidworks to help you get your designs right before you send them out to production. High school diploma or equivalent for admission.

Designer's are making the switch to the 3D modeling software known as Solidworks. Companies everywhere–including their competitors–are moving into the 3 dimensional design software. If you want to take your knowledge to the next level, and be the leader in your market, SolidWorks can help you succeed.

Moving from 2D to 3D involves more than just learning a new software—it requires you to think differently about how you approach the design process. You think in three dimensions because your products are three-dimensional. So doesn’t it make sense to design in 3D? Training in a new design platform is a major step in the right direction, and it’s important to understand how it will affect your future. The good news is learning SolidWorks will likely enhance your ability to gain employment in a competitive field. Who’s using SolidWorks? Lots of people. In fact, over 1,000,000 of them. You’ll find SolidWorks in use at Fortune 500 companies, single proprietorships, and everywhere in between.