Dec 05, 2019  
2019-20 Catalog 
    
2019-20 Catalog

Engineering Technology - Engineering Graphics/CAD, AAS


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Program Code: AASEG
ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED ARTS AND SCIENCE DEGREE

Students of the Engineering Graphics Technology program take a series of courses covering the principles of Engineering Graphics that provide extensive laboratory experience, stressing the application of those principles. This program provides hands-on experience to prepare students for employment in association with engineers and designers. The diversity of the curriculum provides opportunities for students to develop proficiency in specialized areas such as Bodyline Design, Tool and Die, and Injection Mold Design.

While most graduates enter the job market as engineering graphics technicians and work with engineers in the preparation of technical drawings, some graduates enter fields where they are responsible for the interpretation and implementation of drawings. Other technologists become designers and assist engineers in preparing design details and specifications for engineering projects.

 

PROGRAM OUTCOMES/OBJECTIVES:

When students complete this program, they will be able to:

  1. develop two-dimensional engineering designs in accordance with ASME standards utilizing CAD
  2. create constructive solid geometry using three-dimensional CAD solid modeling software
  3. design manufacturing tooling using three-dimensional engineering design software.

Suggested Course Sequence


62 Total Credit/92.5 - 96.5 Total Contact Hours


*Students have the option of taking MTH 110  or MTH 112  or higher as a replacement for ETM 107 .  Students who plan to transfer should contact an advisor and schedule an appointment.  The advisor can help determine which mathematics credits will transfer to other colleges and universities, thus maximizing the transfer credits.

**Recommended Electives: CIS 120 ETE 100 ETM 110 , the combined ETW 101 ETW 110 , and ETW 120 .

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