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Engineering Graphics & Technologies

CAD 101 Technical Drawing I (4)

This course teaches the basic concepts of drafting communication. Subjects include line types, orthographic projections, sectioning, language, auxiliary views, pictorial drawings, and scale.

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CAD 111 Operating Systems (4)

This course provides the student with a basic understanding of computer terminology, operations, hardware, and software.  An overview of word processing, spreadsheet, and database software related to the student’s primary area will be explored.

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CAD 122 Measurements (3)

This course covers the basic principles of operations and scale, with emphasis on the order of operations. The course reviews the use of decimal and fractional operations and also covers the use of scales and how they are read and applied.

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CAD 131 Computer Graphics I (5)

This course provides the student with a basic understanding of computer drafting hardware and software, and basic use and application of each. In depth exploration of drawing, editing, and coordinate input are developed.

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CAD 151 Technical Drawing II (4)

Prerequisite: CAD 101

This course is a continuation of Technical Drawing I and teaches the basic concepts of drafting communication. Subjects include line types, orthographic projections, sectioning, language, auxiliary views, pictorial drawings, and scale.

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CAD 162 Word Processing (2)

This course is designed to give the student a working knowledge and skill in the use of Microsoft Word software and how it can be applied to computer assisted drafting.

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CAD 172 Algebra (2)

This course covers the basic principles of algebra, including symbols, signs, equations, basic operations, proportions, and formulas.  The course will focus on how these principles apply to graphic communications.

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CAD 182 Computer Graphics II (5)

Prerequisite: CAD 131

This course is designed to provide students with an advanced understanding of the uses and applications of computer drafting hardware and software.  The course will also explore and develop drawing, editing, and coordinate input skills.

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CAD 201 Technical Drawing III (4)

Prerequisite: CAD 151

This course covers advanced concepts of drafting communication pertaining to mechanical engineering.  Subjects include line types, orthographic projections, sectioning, language, auxiliary views, pictorial drawings, and scale.

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CAD 211 Spreadsheets (3)

This spreadsheet application course is designed to show students how to organize data, complete calculations, make decisions, graph data, and develop professional-looking worksheets.  The course will also cover Microsoft Windows concepts and terminology.

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CAD 221 Geometry (2)

This course covers the principles of basic geometric construction: lines, arcs, circles, angles, and the relationships between geometric forms. The course will focus how these principles apply to graphic construction.

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CAD 232 Computer Graphics III (5)

Prerequisite: CAD 182

This advanced course will cover hardware, networking, and Internet concepts.  The course will cover how to install hardware devices, interrupts, jumpers, and switches, as well as troubleshooting.  Network protocol, operations, and concepts will also be covered.  The course will also focus on accessing information on the Internet and using e-mail and news groups.

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CAD 251 Technical Drawing IV (4)

Prerequisite: CAD 201

This course covers advanced concepts of drafting communication pertaining to mechanical engineering.  Subjects include line types, orthographic projections, sectioning, language, auxiliary views, pictorial drawings, and scale.

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CAD 261 Database (4)

This database application course is designed to show students how to create, store, sort, and retrieve data.  The course will also cover Microsoft Windows concepts and terminology.

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CAD 271 Trigonometry (2)

This course covers trigonometric functions, solution of triangles, vectors, and complex numbers. Application of trigonometric functions in the solution of triangles will be stressed.

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CAD 282 Computer Graphics IV (5)

Prerequisite: CAD 232

This advanced course will cover hardware, networking, and Internet concepts.  The course will cover how to install hardware devices, interrupts, jumpers, and switches, as well as troubleshooting.  Network protocol, operations, and concepts will also be covered.  The course will also focus on accessing information on the Internet and using e-mail and news groups.

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