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Course Information and Descriptions
CAD 176 Introduction to Pro-Engineer (2-2)
3 Hours
Designed as an introduction to the PRO-Engineer Computer Aided
Design software. Topics will range from 3-dimensional solid
modeling to detail drawing creation and assembly.
Note: Completion of CAD 117, equivalent industrial experience, or
strong working knowledge of another CAD software is
recommended prior to taking this course.
Course fee
CAD 271 Inventor II (2-2)
3 Hours
This course is a continuation of CAD 171. It further explores the
Inventor Computer Aided Design software. Topics include but are
not limited to advanced part modeling, sheet metal parts, iParts,
advanced assemblies, “Design Center”, border and titleblock
creation, toolbar and command customization.
Prerequisite: CAD 171 (C or better)
Course fee
CAD 177 Civil Drafting (2-2)
3 Hours
This course will introduce students to software used in the
preparation of civil and surveying drawings. Software studied
includes AutoCAD and advanced applications such as Land
Development Desktop and Civil 3D.
Prerequisites: CAD 117 or EGR 121 or ARC 121 or consent of
instructor
Course fee
CAD 273 Advanced CAD Specialization (Variable) 1-3 Hours
The course is of a project nature where the student will select and
complete one or more projects throughout the semester. There will
be periodic reports to the instructor in the form of a formal written
progress report. Specific prerequisite will be determined by the
instructor.
Course fee
Typically offered fall only
Typically offered spring only
CAD 178 Introduction to Revit (2-2)
3 Hours
(Formerly CAD 214) This course is designed as an introduction to
the Revit Computer Aided Design software. Topics will include
building 3D architectural project models with walls, window, doors,
floors, roofs, stairs; creating schedules; adding views and annotation
to the sheets to create construction documents.
Note: Completion of ARC 121 or equivalent industrial experience
recommended.
Course fee
CAD 179 Introduction to Autodesk 3ds Max (2-2)
3 Hours
Animation and rendering of 3 dimensional objects for architects,
graphic illustrators and product designers. Software emphasized is
Autodesk 3ds Max.
Course fee
CAD 211 Mechanical Detailing with GDandT (2-2)
3 Hours
This course will help students interested in CAD to advance their
knowledge and skills of mechanical drafting operations utilizing an
industrial CAD system. Emphasis is on the principles and
applications of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing techniques,
using the ASME 14.5-2009 Standard.
Prerequisite: CAD 170 (previously CAD 173) or CAD 171 or CAD
176
Course fee
Typically offered spring only
CAD 217 AutoCAD II (2-2)
3 Hours
Discussion and lab work are presented dealing with advanced
drawing and dimensioning techniques, attributes, and individualized
customization of AutoCAD menus and files.
Prerequisite: CAD 117 or EGR 121 or ARC 121
Course fee
Typically offered spring only
CAD 270 SolidWorks II (2-2)
3 Hours
(Formerly CAD 174) This course is designed as a continuation of
CAD 170 Introduction to SolidWorks. It expands the topics started in
CAD 170. It also covers sheet metal part creation, basic mold design,
and importing files from other CAD programs.
Prerequisite: CAD 170 (previously CAD 173)
Course fee
Typically offered fall only
232
Typically offered fall only
Typically offered even years only.
CAD 276 Pro-Engineer II (2-2)
3 Hours
The course is designed as a continuation of CAD 176. It expands the
topics started in Introduction to Pro-Engineer. It covers advanced
assemblies and part creation and an introduction to Mechanica.
Prerequisite: CAD 176
Course fee
Typically offered spring only
Typically offered odd years only.
CAD 278 Revit II (2-2)
3 Hours
This course is designed as a continuation of CAD178, Introduction
to Revit. It expands the topics started in CAD178. It also covers
more advanced concepts such as Conceptual Massing, Family
Creation, Site and Structural Tools, Design Options, Phasing and
Rendering.
Prerequisite: CAD 178 (previously CAD 214) with a grade of C or
better
CAD 279
Design Visualization Using
3ds Max Design (2-2)
3 Hours
This course is designed for students who are interested in using
Autodesk 3ds Max Design software to enhance their 3D designs.
Students will use the software to create 3D illustrations and
rendering of products, interiors/exterior of buildings to produce
professional presentation quality drawings. The topics include
advanced modeling and modifiers, advanced materials, animation,
and the use of mental ray rendering software.
Note: Completion of CAD179, or familiarity with Autodesk 3ds Max
Design, is recommended prior to taking this course.
Note: This course is cross listed with ARC 216.
Course fee
Typically offered spring only