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2018-2019 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Engineering Graphics - General Technology, AAS


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NOTICE - Program not accepting new students beginning Fall 2019. 

Program Start Date: Any Term
Minimum Program Length: 74 academic weeks; 5 terms; 62 credits
Curriculum Code: 35318

Program Description

Students will major in computer aided design with a secondary specialty in manufacturing and industrial technology.

Practical Experience

Students gain experience in manufacturing processes, mechanical applications, electronic circuits, and architectural and mechanical computer aided drafting.

Professional Opportunities

Architectural drafter, mechanical drafter, CAD operator, print reader, engineering technician.

Unique Aspects

This program allows students to receive an associate degree with a primary specialty in computer aided design and secondary specialty in manufacturing and industrial technology. This degree is non-transferable.

EEDA Career Cluster:

Transportation, Distribution & Logistics; Architecture & Construction; Manufacturing; Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics

Technical Electives: 9 Credits


  • Any AET, AMT, EEM, EET, or EGT course

Total Credits: 62


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Third Semester


  • CPT 101 - Introduction to Computers Credits: 3
  • ENG 101 - English Composition I Credits: 3
  • Humanities/Fine Arts General Education Course Credits: 3
    (Choose 1 course from the Humanities/Fine Arts Section above).
  • Social/Behavioral Sciences General Education Course Credits: 3
    (Choose 1 course from the Social/Behavioral Sciences Section above).

Fourth Semester


Fifth Semester


Total Credits: 62


Program Learning Outcomes

Students will be able to:

  1. Solve CAD industry problems using the fundamentals of descriptive geometry, orthographic projection, sectioning, tolerance and dimensioning, and basic computer-aided drafting and design.
  2. Produce accurate 2D and 3D architectural or industrial CAD drawings.
  3. Construct geometric models using CAD software.
  4. Solve engineering technology problems using appropriate math and technology skills.

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