MicroStation is a computer-assisted design (CAD) software program used for two-dimensional (2D) and three-dimensional (3D) design, drafting and simulation. In three courses, you will gain experience in MicroStation, beginning with an overview of basic elements and commands and progressing to more complex options such as crosshatching, graphic manipulation, elements, reference files, working sets, advanced text, special elements and plotting.
This program is eligible for Canada-Alberta Job Grant funding.
There are no entrance requirements for this program. You can begin registering for courses anytime by clicking a course name or calling 403.284.7248. Once you have registered for at least one course and have a SAIT student ID number, consider filling out and submitting the Program Declaration Form to the Office of the Registrar. Contact information for the Office of the Registrar is located in the upper corner of the form.
You can take up to five years to complete all certificate courses and must meet the graduation requirements as they exist at the time that you register for the program's first course (see AC.3.1.1 Grading and Progression.)
|COURSE NAME||COURSE CODE||OFFERED|
|MicroStation I||CADD-121||Classroom or Online|
|MicroStation II||CADD-122||Classroom or Online|
|MicroStation III||CADD-123||Classroom or Online|
MicroStation course codes have changed effective Fall 2017. The previous courses are considered equivalent, including MicroStation I (CADD-221), MicroStation II (CADD 222) and MicroStation III (CADD 323).