Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering - Texas A&M University - College Station Juris Doctor - St. Mary's University School of Law

David Bowles

Hello!  I am David Bowles and I teach Engineering and Architecture classes in the Career and Technical Education Department.  

This is my 6th year teaching.  I have a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Texas A&M University - College Station.  I also have a Juris Doctor from St. Mary's University School of Law.  I am an attorney licensed to practice law in the State of Texas.  I have worked 9 years as a graduate engineer and 15 years as a licensed, practicing attorney.  As a graduate engineer, I worked in several different industries: oil field equipment, sub sea pipe technology, factory automation, welding, and material handling.  

Classwork is posted on Google Classroom.  There are some tools and software that we utilize that are only available on campus.  If you have to be out due to quarantine or for an extended period of time, I will work with you to do the work when you return.  A textbook is available for the classes in the CTE folder in Launchpad (GW Online Textbooks).

Please see the Google Classroom codes and make sure you have signed up for the class Google Classroom.


  • Class Schedule 2022-2023

    1st - Principles of Architecture 
    Google Classroom: knr5tr7 

    2nd - Principles of Applied Engineering
    Google Classroom: itohu3p 

    3rd - Architectural Design I
    Google Classroom: 5aiasez

    4th - Principles of Applied Engineering
    Google Classroom: itohu3p 

    5th - Lunch

    6th - Engineering Design and Presentation I

    Google Classroom: li3jgfo 

    7th - Principles of Architecture
    Google Classroom: knr5tr7 
    8th - Conference



    I have tutoring in the mornings from 8:00 am to 8:40 am Tuesday and Thursday.  If you know you are going to come by for tutoring, check with me the day before to make sure I do not have a last-minute conflict.



    Link to class syllabus, including expectations.