Computer Aided Design and Drafting
Associate in Science
Career/Technical (Major Code: A2571)
Designed to provide students with the skills and technical knowledge requested by employers using CADD in a variety of disciplines. The program focuses on the development of CADD skills and problem-solving strategies in the development of two- and three-dimensional models. Additional engineering options allow students to acquire advanced CADD skills in areas of special interest.
Program Student Learning Outcome Statement
- Construct, modify and print existing drawings to meet industry standards.
- Use provided software to construct and analyze solid models.
- Use appropriate technical material to determine and correctly communicate drawing information.
|CAD 220||INTRO TO CAD/CAM SYSTEMS||3|
|CAD 222||CAD MECHANICAL DESIGN I||3|
|CAD 223||CAD DETAILING AND DIMENSIONING||3|
|CAD 224||CAD MECHANICAL DESIGN II||3.0|
|CAD 230||INTRODUCTION TO SOLIDWORKS||3.0|
|ENGR 110||ENGINEERING DESIGN AND GRAPHICS||3|
|CAD 228||CAD ADVANCED SURFACE DESIGN||3|
|CAD 272||SOLID MODELING II||3|
|CAD 276||TECHNICAL COMPUTER IMAGING AND ANIMATION I||3|
To earn an associate degree, additional general education and graduation requirements must be completed.