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Certificates & Degrees

DEGREES AVAILABLE
Associate in Science Degree (AS)
Career/Technical (Major Code A2571)


This degree is designed to provide students with the skills and technical knowledge requested by employers using Computer Assisted Design and Drafting (CADD) software. The program focuses on the development of fundamental drafting and CAD skills and problem solving strategies in the development of two and three dimensional models using a variety of CAD software. See Class Descriptions for further information on class content.

RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE OF CLASSES
First Semester
ENGR 110 Engineering Design and Graphics 3
CAD 220 Introduction to CAD/CAM Systems 3
CAD 222 CAD Mechanical Design I 3
Second Semester
CAD 223 CAD Detailing and Dimensioning 3
CAD 224 CAD Mechanical Design II 3
ELEC 111 DC Circuit Principles         2
Third Semester
ELEC 116 AC Circuit Principles 2
Math 104  Trigonometry 3
Fourth Semester
ELEC 118 AC Circuit Analysis and Computer Simulation 2
  Total Units 24

Recommended Electives: CAD 228, 240, 276
To earn an associate degree, additional general education and graduation requirements must be completed. See your instructor, counselor or page 34 for additional information.

Design Technology
Career/Technical (Major Code A2572)

This degree is for students planning to transfer to a four year institution. Focus of the program is to provide the student with a sound background in CADD and design elements as they relate to the field of mechanical engineering. Design and presentation software are available to enrolled students. See Class Descriptions for further information on class content.

RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE OF CLASSES
First Semester
ENGR 101 Introduction of Engineering Careers 1
ENGR 110 Engineering Design and Graphics 3
CAD 220

ARCH 200
Introduction to CAD/CAM Systems
OR
Introduction to Computer Aided Design
3
Math 104 Trigonometry 3
Second Semester
CAD 222

ARCH 205
CAD Mechanical Design I
 OR 
 Advanced Architectural CAD
3
ELEC 111 DC Circuit Principles 2
Third Semester
ELEC 116 AC Circuit Principles 2
Fourth Semester
ELEC 118 AC Circuit Analysis and Computer Simulation 2
  Select 6 units from electives listed below   6
  Total Units 25

Electives: CAD 223, 224, 240, 272, 276
To earn an associate degree, additional general education and graduation requirements must be completed. See your instructor, counselor or page 34 for additional information.

CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE

CERTIFICATES OF ACHIEVEMENT-COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN AND DRAFTING-BASIC
Career/Technical (Major Code 02569)

Certificates are designed to provide the student with a sound background in CADD and elements of mechanical design. The program provides the students an opportunity to learn and use a variety of CADD software and stresses the fundamentals of design and related topics. Design and presentation software are available to enrolled students. Additional engineering software allow student to acquire, develop and enhance skills in areas of interest

COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN & DRAFTING--BASIC CERTIFICATE
ENG 110 Engineering Design and Graphics 3
CAD 220 Introduction to CAD/CAM Systems 3
CAD 222 CAD Mechanical Design I 3
CAD 223 CAD Detailing and Dimensioning 3
CAD 224 CAD Mechanical Design II 3
  Total Units 15

COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN & DRAFTING-- ADVANCED CERTIFICATE
ENGR 110 Engineering Design and Graphics 3
CAD 220 Introduction to CAD/CAM Systems 3
CAD 222 CAD Mechanical Design I 3
CAD 223 CAD Detailing and Dimensioning 3
CAD 224 CAD Mechanical Design II 3
ELEC 111 DC Circuit Principles 2
ELEC 116 AC Circuit Principles 2
ELEC 118 Circuit Analysis and Computer Simulation 2
Math 104 Trigonometry 3
  Total Units 24