Course Descriptions

AutoCAD - Comprehensive

CAD120

Comprehensive application of 2D and 3D techniques using AutoCAD® software. Topics include the generation, editing, and analysis of geometry in alignment with industry standards with an emphasis on productivity. 3 Credits (2 Lecture - 3 Lab) Spring Only.

3D Parametric Modeling Using Autodesk Inventor®

CAD122

Study and application of solid and surface modeling using Autodesk Inventor® parametric modeling software. Topics include the generation and editing of mechanical parts and assemblies, analysis of mass properties, rendering and animation, and the development of physical models using rapid prototyping (additive manufacturing) equipment. Also included are basic 3D-to-2D documentation techniques. 3 Credits (2 Lecture - 3 Lab)

3D Parametric Modeling Using Creo Parametric®

CAD123

Study and application of solid and surface modeling using Creo Parametric® modeling software (formerly Pro/Engineer®). Topics include the generation and editing of mechanical parts and assemblies, analysis of mass properties, rendering and animation, and the development of physical models using rapid prototyping (additive manufacturing) equipment. Also included are basic 3D-to-2D documentation techniques. 3 Credits (2 Lecture - 3 Lab)

3D Parametric Modeling Using SolidWorks®

CAD124

Study and application of solid and surface modeling using SolidWorks® parametric modeling software. Skills covered include generating and editing mechanical parts and assemblies, analyzing mass properties, rendering and animation, and developing physical models using rapid prototyping (additive manufacturing) equipment. Also included are basic 3D-to-2D documentation techniques. 3 Credits (2 Lecture - 3 Lab)

CAD Management and Customization

CAD247

Introduction to the customization and management of computer- aided drafting software for the purpose of increasing user productivity. Topics include customization of user interface and objects, as well as the creation of internal and external applications. CAD management responsibilities are explored. 3 Credits (2 Lecture - 3 Lab) Prerequisite(s): CAD120. Spring Only.

CAD Internship

CAD291

Specialized off-campus, industry-based work experience that applies the knowledge and skills developed during Engineering Drafting and Design Technology. The experience also provides a functional understanding of the work environment, hones interpersonal and technical communication skills, and enhances social and civic competencies. Conducted in accordance with explicitly defined guidelines and procedures. 3 Credits (0 Lecture - 15 Internship)