61-62 credit hours.
By enrolling in the Computer Aided Design program, you learn to use CAD systems to create drawings and models reflecting standard professional practices. You also learn about technical and architectural modeling and imaging, visualization techniques, projection principles, and typical engineering and architectural drawing concepts. As you are guided through problem-solving activities and design projects, you gain skills in team work and developing creative solutions. When you complete this program, you can seek employment as a CAD technician, CAD operator, engineering assistant, or architectural assistant.
|Course||Course Name||Credit Hours|
|CAD 234||Commercial Architecture||3|
|CAD 235||Residential Architecture||3|
|CNST 101||Construction Material and Methods||3|
|CNST 113||Construction Documents & Quantity Takeoff||3|
|DMED 120||Computer Imaging and Design||3|
|DMED 260||Computer Animation||3|
|ENGR 110||Engineering Graphics||3|
|MFTG 115||Manufacturing & Production Processes||3|
|REEC 110||Green Building Technology||3|
Students are encouraged to pursue a certificate program in conjunction with the AAS degree.
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