Automotive Clay Modeling
Clay modeling is an essential skill that allows OEMs to previsualize automotive designs in 3D before going into production. In the first semester, students will learn clay modeling skills creating a speed form. Students will continue polishing their skills creating a 1/4th scale clay model of a production vehicle orthographic drawings. During the second semester students will focus on the artistry of clay sculpting, interpreting automotive design sketches from the CCS Transportation Design department. Two courses required: ADTR 256 - Clay Modeling I (only available in the Fall semester) and ADTR 257 - Clay Modeling 2 (only available Winter Semester).
Automotive Clay Modeling Tuition & Fees
Non-Credit Tuition: $2,150 per course*
Material Fees: $950 per course**
Total Fall Semester: $3,100
Estimated Total Cost: $6,200 (Fall and Winter Semester with materials)
Students must apply and be accepted into the program. Accepted students will receive approval from Precollege and Continuing Studies Director. Registration on this site does not mean the students have been accepted into the program. Application available through this link:
*Students taking Professional Automotive Modeling courses for college credit will follow CCS tuition and fee guides.
All participants will register for each course separately within designated registration dates.
Full payment is due at the time of non-credit registrations. Payment Plans are available through ACI.
** The college reserves the right to withdraw or change the program format, instructors and schedules; to revise tuition and fee structures; and to amend college policies for the efficient operation of the college. Tuition and fee rates are subject to change at any time.