Associate of Applied Science
Faculty Advisor: Robert Brown· Phone: 410-386-8224 · Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This program is designed to prepare the student for an entry-level position in the Computer-Aided Design (CAD) industry. The field of CAD will continue to be one of the most promising growth areas for meaningful employment well into the twenty-first century. Students graduating with this degree may find employment working under the guidance of engineers and architects as CAD Operators, Engineering Technicians, CAD Detailers and Design Assistants.
Students who select this curriculum and wish to transfer later to a four-year institution should check with that institution. While many courses will transfer, certain specialized courses may not.
|CAD-101||Introduction to Computer-Aided Design/Drafting||3 credits|
|CAD-110||Customizing CAD Software||3 credits|
|CAD-206||Solid Modeling||3 credits|
|CAD-210||Advanced Auto CAD and Auto CAD 3-D||3 credits|
|CAD-220|| Introduction to Architectural Computer-
|CAD-240||CAD Engineering Drawing||3 credit|
|CAD-245||CAD Engineering Drawing II||3 credit|
|CAD-260||Computer-Aided Civil Applications||3 credits|
|CAD-299||Internship in CAD||2 credits|
|CGR-254||3-D Computer Animation and Modeling||3 credits|
|CIS-139||Principles of Computer Technology||4 credits|
|Arts and Humanities||6 credits|
|Biological and Physical Sciences||7 - 8 credits|
|Emerging Issues||3 credits|
|English Composition and Literature||3 credits|
|Mathematics||3 - 5 credits|
|Social and Behavioral Sciences||6 credits|
Diversity/ World View requirement is not met by program requirements. Be sure to select an appropriate course from General Education choices to meet this requirement.