Siemens Engineering Design

This course challenges students to work in teams to solve complex design problems. Students research, design, develop, and communicate design solutions. Teams use engineering software to prepare and evaluate designs and make extensive use of 3D printing to prepare models for presentation to authentic audiences. The goal of the course is the application of the tools to address unique problems allowing the students to rapidly create and analyze proposed solutions. Siemens’ software and hardware are tools frequently used by industry and understanding how these tools are used in problem solving is critical.

Upcoming trainings

Virtual trainings

  • July 15-19, 2024 | 9:00 - 16:00 CT

In-person trainings

  • June 10-14,2024 | 9:00 - 16:00 CT, University of South Carolina College of Engineering and Computing
  • June 24-28, 2024 | 9:00 -16:00 CT, Shakopee High School, Shakopee, MN. Read more about this course here.

How to register

Please complete the form below to request to enroll in an upcoming course, indicating your preferred course date(s) in the comment box.

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Course requirements

This instructor-led course will be hosted in the University of South Carolina. Prior engineering experience is not required.

Please plan to attend each day of your selected course dates, as each day builds on the previous day. A certificate for continuing education credits (CEUs) will be provided upon completion of the course.

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After successful completion of the Solid Edge Fundamentals and Siemens Engineering Design courses, consider progressing to the next level with our Manufacturing and Automation and Mechatronics and the Internet of Things (IoT) courses.

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