Computer-Aided Design (CAD) Engineering Technology

Certificate in CADD Modeling (Advanced)

The Advanced CADD Modeling Certificate is the third of the CADD certificates and continues to prepare students for employment and career advancement opportunities.

The Advanced CADD Modeling Certificate can be attained while you are enrolled and working toward a degree, or it can be achieved in and of itself. This certificate prepares you to do basic and advanced manual CNC programming. Students will develop an engineering concept through the detail design process and produce professionally finished engineering drawings.


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Course No. Title Credits
MFG*H201 Computer-Aided Mfg II 3
CAD*H220 Parametric Design 3
CAD*H275 CAD Animation 3D Studio Max 4
CAD*H294 Senior Project 4
Elective Directed Elective† 3
  Total Credit Hours 17

†Directed Electives:

CAD*H285 Computer Integrated Manufacturing I  
CAD*H286 Advanced Modeling Techniques  
MAT*H232 Applied Calculus  
MAT*H254 Calculus I  
MEC*H251 Materials Strength  
MFG*H210 Materials of Engineering  
MFG*H275 Mechanics of Materials  

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.
  • Develop an engineering concept through the detail design process and produce professionally finished engineering drawings.
  • Demonstrate a high level of proficiency in the use of state-of-the-art CAD software and be able to adapt to new CAD systems as they are developed.
  • Do basic and advanced manual CNC programming.
  • Write computer generated CNC programming.
  • Be aware of new developments in CAD and related areas.
  • Organize activities and perform work in an efficient, accurate manner.
  • Utilize advanced design methods, such as parametric feature based modeling, animation, simulation, and web-based design.

Program Coordinator
Peter S Angelastro
203-596-8690 (p)
Room: T618