The need for qualified engineers is a growing national concern.
The 3D computer-aided drafting will help you:
Computer-Aided Mfg I
3D CAD Modeling
Total Credit Hours
CAD Animation 3D Studio Max
Computer Integrated Manufacturing I
Advanced Modeling Techniques
Trigonometric Functions (or higher level Mathematics course)
Computer-Aided Manufacturing II
Upon successful completion of all program requirements, graduates will be able to:
Demonstrate a thorough understanding of engineering graphics and conventional drafting practices such as geometric constructions, orthographic, projection, isometric, section, detail, auxiliary views, and geometric dimensioning and tolerancing.
Starting with an engineering design concept, create 3D geometric models, develop tolerance requirements, perform basic analysis functions under the supervision of a degreed engineer, and produce professionally finished engineering drawings, suitable for use in manufacturing.
Demonstrate a thorough understanding of 3-dimentional wire frame, surface, and solid modeling concepts, procedures, and applications.
Perform basic CNC programming.
Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center
Automated Manufacturing Engineering Technology
Electronic Engineering Technology
Mechanical Engineering Technology