Manufacturing Design using Pro/Engineer® Certificate of Achievement


The Certificate of Achievement in Manufacturing Design prepares graduates for entry-level positions using Pro/Engineer software at an engineering or architectural firm. Students can also earn a nationally recognized certification.

Program Learning Outcomes

  • Demonstrate competency with the basic design skills used within ProEngineer software, and comfortably navigate through the graphical user interface.
  • Recognize the design techniques available within the ProEngineer software critical to creating a flexible parametric design necessary for a more streamlined manufacturing process.
  • Communicate with their peers a comprehensive knowledge of their ProEngineer software design process in order to prepare for real world situations.
  • Develop and complete all necessary electronic and hardcopy deliverables required for typical design process utilizing ProEngineer software.

Career Pathways:

Entry Level Pro-E: Mechanical Drafter, Design Drafter

First Semester

MFG-119Pro/Engineer Design I


MFG-219Pro/Engineer Design II


Offered sequentially, only in fall semesters.

Second Semester

MFG-220Pro/Engineer Design III


MFG-221Pro/Engineer Design IV


Offered sequentially, only in spring semesters.

Total Credit Hours: 12

Specific Program Notes

Students are encouraged to take their courses in semester sequence order.

Please note that required courses may have prerequisites. Click on each course to view details.

Students enrolled in this program ARE NOT REQUIRED to successfully complete a course in basic algebra if indicated by Placement Testing.