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Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CADD)

Ronald C. Cerkueira
Department Chair/Instructor

Claudia Habib
Instructor 

Computer Aided Drafting & Design Major #3051

The field of drafting is one, which serves a wide and varied number of vocations, professions, and industries. The Computer Aided Drafting and Design program directs its courses and training along practical lines as demanded by industry so that students, upon completion of their training, are better qualified to obtain employment in CADD or related occupations.

Courses in Computer Aided Drafting and Design

FIRST YEAR

First Semester   Units
AT 10 Technical Computer Applications 2
CADD 14 Introduction to Computer Aided Drafting 3
DRAFT 12 Board Drafting Practices 3
DRAFT 160 Mathematics of Drafting 3
 

 Total

11

Second Semester   Units
ARCH 20 Basic Graphics 2
CADD 22  Mechanical Drawing I 3
CADD 24 Advanced Computer Aided Drafting 3
CADD 26 Introduction to 3D Solid Modeling 3
 

Total

11


SECOND YEAR
First Semester   Units
AT 31 Technical Reports 3
AT 120 Industrial Science 3
CADD 32 Mechanical Drawing II 3
CADD 36 Advanced 3D Solid Modeling 3

Total

12

Second Semester   Units
AT 40 Preparing for Employment Opportunities 3
CADD 40 Civil Drafting Applications 3
CADD 42 Mechanical Drawing III 3
CAM 10 CNC Mill Programming & Operation 3
 

Total

12

Recommended Elective: Drafting 19.

NOTE: Students planning to receive the AS degree must meet the Associate of Science degree requirements.

Last updated: 6/24/2008 1:37:28 PM