Number sequencing next to course name means the following: first digit designates the number of lecture hours for the course; the second digit designates the number of lab, clinic or practicum hours; and the third digit designates the credit hours for the course.
These are individual courses and are not part of any program.
CAD 101C CAD I 1-3-2
Basic Training in the use of Computer Aided Drawing (CAD) including entity creation, editing, dimensioning, file management, and plotting. A "hands on" approach will be taken while using PC based AutoCAD software. Applications will be taken from a variety of disciplines. This course does not meet requirements for the MET/MFT programs.
CAD 102C CAD II 1-3-2
A continuation of CD 101 into more advanced concepts in Computer Aided Drawing. Topics include wire frame, surface and solid modeling as well as techniques to improve productivity. This course does not meet requirements for MET/MFT programs. (Prerequisite: CAD 101C)
CAD 103C CAD III 1-3-2
This course is a continuation CAD 101C and CAD 102C. Emphasis is placed on 3-D parametric solid modeling using Autodesk Mechanical Desktop. Student will develop skills and utilize techniques to produce geometric profiles that serve as a database for the production of 3-D models, working drawings, bill of materials and exploded views of assembled models. This course does not meet requirements for MET/MFT programs. (Prerequisites: CAD 101C and CAD 102C)