Fabrication & Design
The Fabrication & Design microcredential builds competency in skills and tools used during the design, production, and quality control phases of device fabrication. Students develop competency in the engineering design process, and gain skills in microcontroller programming, 3D modeling and printing, and MATLAB scripting for data analysis and visualization. A variety of fabrication offerings provide students with higher-level competency with additional tools, including but not limited to laser cutting and causal analysis.
Curriculum Requirements - Total Credits Required: 9
Note: No credits can be double-dipped with major/minor required courses.
- EGR 100 - Introduction to Engineering (Cr: 3)
- EGR 150 - Designing, Making, and Building in the Digital World (Cr: 3)
- EGR 200 - Engineering Computer Applications (Cr: 3)
- EGR 220 - Fabrication Laboratory (Cr: 1)
- (Repeated three times with different topics for a toal of 3 credits.)
Micro-credentials are high quality educational opportunities that advance your career with less time and financial commitment. Once you complete the requirements you will receive a badge and a transcript that demonstrates your knowledge to employers. All micro-credentials at Endicott College are for college credit, which means you can stack them towards a degree.
Dr. Gene K. Wong
Dean, School of Science & Technology