This Associate of Science in Computer-Aided Design and Drafting (CADD) degree provides practical skills, knowledge and experience in technical drafting, design and computer-aided drawing techniques using the latest software. Students also gain associated knowledge in production through studies in manufacturing processes, materials and the use of precision measuring tools. The primary focus is on total design and development for manufacturing and includes hands-on practice in the design and integration of related parts and components.
Traditional (on campus)
The following four-semester schedule of courses provides a recommended framework for completing this program of study in two years.
|ENG 101 English Composition I||3|
|GET 130 Intro to Engineering Tech||3|
|ITE 115 Interpreting and Sketching of Technical Drawings
|MAT 181 College Algebra*||3|
|UNI 100 First-Year Seminar||1|
|General Education Elective||3|
|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|
|ITE 181 Materials Technology I||3|
|ITE 251 Product Design/Development||3|
|ITE 315 CAD in 3 Dimensions||3|
|Any CIS/CSC Course on Menu||3|
|General Education Course||4|
* 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)
- Students considering completion of a bachelor's degree in Technology should select General Education credits that apply.