Students completing the Computer Aided Drafting & Design Certificate will be prepared for entry- level mechanical design and layout for the manufacturing industry. In addition, basic construction design work will be introduced. The student will be able to use current CADD software for both 2-D and 3-D presentations. The certificate is designed to articulate credit for Career Technical Education students from regional K-12 programs. This certificate may be applied toward the Associate of Applied Science in Technology.

 

Required Coursework (30 hours)

CIS 101 Introduction to Computers & Software* 4 credits
INDS 151 Manufacturing Processes 3 credits
CADD 215 Basic AutoCad 3 credits
CADD 216 Advanced AutoCad* 3 credits
CADD 217 Computer Aided 3D Modeling – Inventor* 3 credits
CADD 218 Computer Aided 3D Modeling- Solidworks* 3 credits
     OR
CADD 219 Advanced Computer Aided Drafting 3D Modeling 3 credits
CADD 220 Architectural Drawing 3 credits
CADD 221 3D Architecture Modeling* 3 credits
CADD 222 Descriptive Geometry* 3 credits
CADD 230 Capstone Project* 2 credits
Total: 30 credits
*Course has a prerequisite

 

 

Computer Aided Drafting & Design Certificate
Scope & Sequence

Fall 1 Winter 1 Fall 2 Winter 2
CIS 101 CADD 216 CADD 217 CADD 218
CADD 215 CADD 222 INDS 151       OR
CADD 220 CADD 219
CADD 221
CADD 230

 

Applied Science and Technology Degree – CADD Certificate
Scope & Sequence

Fall 1 Winter 1 Fall 2 Winter 2
CADD 215 BUS 111 CADD 217 CADD 218
CIS 101 CADD 216 CADD 220 CADD 221
ENG 121 CADD 222 INDS 151 CADD 230
MATH 100 COM 150 PSY 101 PHYS 155
SOC 120

 

Effective: Fall 2015
Updated: 3/17/16