CAD - Computer-Aided Design and Drafting
Major Code: 200A

Associate in Applied Science

The CAD Program provides essential skills in print reading, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, 2D design, 3D modeling and 3D printing.

General Education Requirements15

Core Program Requirements16

  • AMT100 Intro to Mfg Automation Systems3
  • CIS110 Business Information Systems3
  • EGR101 Engineering Graphics3
  • MTT100 Safety Principles1
  • MTT102 Manual Machine Shop Operations3
  • MTT106 Computer Integrated Manufacturing3

CAD Major Program Requirements23

  • CAD102 AutoCAD I3
  • CAD120 AutoCAD II3
  • CAD122 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing2
  • CAD240 Introduction to Parametric Modeling Using SolidWorks3
  • CAD241 Introduction to Parametric Modeling Using Inventor3
  • CAD242 Advanced Parametric Modeling Using SolidWorks3
  • CAD243 Advanced Parametric Modeling Using Inventor3
  • CAD270 Product Design and Development3

Electives 6

Select electives from: Art (ART110/111/120/121), Automation Technology (AMT), Business Administration (BUS), Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CAD), Computer Information Systems (CIS), Construction Management (CMT), Electronics Technology (ELT), Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Industrial Technology (IDT), Internship (ITS), Machine Tool Technology (MTT), Management (MGT), Marketing (MKT), Mathematics (MTH), Welding (WLD).

Total Semester Hours for Degree60

* MTH103 or MTH130 suggested; see Counseling for additional elective recommendations.