Associate of Science Degree in Computer-Aided Drafting and Design

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The following four-semester schedule of courses provides a recommended framework for completing this program of study in two years.


Course Credits
First Semester 16
ENG 101  English Composition I 3
GET 130  Intro to Engineering Tech 3
ITE 115  Interpreting and Sketching of Technical Drawings
3
MAT 181  College Algebra* 3
UNI 100  First-Year Seminar 1
General Education Elective 3
   
Second Semester 16
ENG 217  Scientific and Technical Writing 3
ITE 151  3D Printing 3
ITE 215  Computer Aided Drafting/Design I 3
MAT 191  College Trigonometry 3
PHY 121  General Physics I 4
   
Third Semester 15
ITE 181  Materials Technology I 3
ITE 251  Product Design/Development 3
ITE 315  CAD in 3 Dimensions 3
Technical Elective 3
Any CIS/CSC Course on Menu 3
   
Fourth Semester 13
Technical Electives 6
General Education Course 4
Free Elective 3
Total 60

* Placement by testing. Students who are not required to take College Algebra may use these credits as free electives.

Approved Technical Electives (6 credits)

  • ITE 341  Quality Control (3 credits)
  • Select one from the approved courses below:
    • ITE 165  Machine Processing I (3 credits)
    • ITE 250  Intro to Automation (3 credits)
    • ITE 320  Architectural Drafting & Design (3 credits)
    • ITE 415  Geometric Dim & Tolerancing (3 credits)
    • ITE 416  Intro to Finite Element Analysis (3 credits)
    • RET 110  Agile Robotics I (3 credits) 

Program Notes

  • Students considering completion of a bachelor's degree in Technology should select General Education credits that apply.