Engineering Technology

Dual Credit Program

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Dual Credit courses give you the opportunity to earn credit for High School and College at the same time.  By taking our dual credit courses you will.

Learn by doing hands on projects

See what engineering technology is about

Ease your way into college courses

Prepare yourself for possible internships

Learn from a nationally top rated Technical College

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You do not have to wait to graduate high school to start classes at Morrison Tech!  Juniors and Seniors are eligible to Sign up for the dual credit program with your High School counselor and jump start your college career today!  Once course per semester is offered , courses take place on the Morrison Tech Campus, and occur between 8:00 am to 9:00 am.  Currently this program is offered to the following School Districts; Morrison, Prophetstown, Erie, Fulton, and Rock Falls.   If your school district is interested in participating please contact the Admissions dept.

Course Offerings

DT-108 Principles of Engineering (Fall Term)

A project driven course that will introduce students to aspects of the different engineering technology fields, including mechanical, construction and civil engineering.  Students will work in individual and group settings to complete a variety of projects including hands on activities that reinforce topics they are studying.  Skills that will be used include: problem solving, 3D printing, robotics, teamwork, construction and design.

DT-114 AutoCAD I (Spring Term)

This course will provide an introduction to the use of Autodesk's AutoCAD software package,  It will present all basic 2d and 3D commands used for drawings, editing, display controls; layering, dimensioning, and plotting.  It will also provide coverage of entity properties and handling and utilities.

DT-222 3D Modeling (Fall Term)

This course covers 3D elements of the Autodesk software including the use of parametric solid modeling and surfacing, assembly modeling, creating 3D digital prototypes, and 2D orthographic development from 3D drawings.

DT-112 Mechanical Drafting & Design I ( Spring Term)

This course will provide an in-depth study of precision dimensioning techniques, unilateral tolerance, bilateral tolerance, limits, fits and allowances using ANSIY 14.5 M-1994 standard.  It also includes detailed study of standard fasteners, springs, keys, keyways and pins.  It will also cover a study of advanced sectional views, assembly drawings and detail drawings.