Associate in Science
Career/Technical (Major Code: A2572)
Designed to provide the student with a sound background in CADD and design elements related to the field of mechanical engineering. The program trains the student in use of CADD software and stresses the fundamentals of design and related topics. Design and presentation software are available to enrolled students. Additional engineering options allow students to acquire, develop, and enhance skills in areas of special interest.
Program Student Learning Outcome Statement
- Modify drawings through evaluation of written instructions.
- Use technical documentation analyze drawings and modify to meet industry required standards.
|ENGR 101||INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING CAREERS||1|
|ENGR 110||ENGINEERING DESIGN AND GRAPHICS||3|
|ARCH 200||INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN||3|
|or CAD 220||INTRO TO CAD/CAM SYSTEMS|
|ARCH 205||ADVANCED ARCHITECTURAL CAD||3|
|or CAD 222||CAD MECHANICAL DESIGN I|
|ELEC 111||DC CIRCUIT PRINCIPLES||2|
|ELEC 116||AC CIRCUIT PRINCIPLES||2|
|ELEC 118||AC CIRCUIT ANALYSIS AND COMPUTER SIMULATION||2|
|Select 6 units of the following:||6|
|CAD DETAILING AND DIMENSIONING|
|CAD MECHANICAL DESIGN II|
|SOLID MODELING II|
|TECHNICAL COMPUTER IMAGING AND ANIMATION I|
To earn an associate degree, additional general education and graduation requirements must be completed.