CADD - Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CADD) - Associate in Science
Drafters and designers prepare technical drawings, designs, diagrams and specifications for a wide variety of commercial, industrial, and government projects. Computer hardware design, aerospace drafting and design, architectural design and drafting, electronics design, technical illustration and the design and drafting of such items as: disk drive mechanisms, cellular telephones, and medical equipment; are just a few of the areas of employment available for drafters and designers in our local area. Specializing in state-of-the-art CADD instruction, featuring AutoCAD, Revit, Civil 3-D, ACAD Mechanical, SolidWorks and Creo CAD tools, the CADD department at Evergreen Valley College offers a wide variety of course work designed for individuals wanting to upgrade and expand their existing technical skills and for new students wanting to prepare for employment in numerous CADD related fields. The CADD Technology department also offers certificate options and an Associate in Science Degree option. A ‘C’ grade or better is required in each CADD course and all major prerequisite courses for graduation and/or certificate options.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Demonstrate knowledge in AutoDesk products (Inventor, AutoCAD/ Mechanical / Civil 3D, and Revit), Creo, and SolidWorks CAD systems.
- Prepare for employment as an engineering technician/CAD drafter, in architectural engineering or in civil engineering and design at an entry level.
|BIS 109||Microsoft Office||3|
|or CIT 040||Web Design I: Internet Publishing|
|CADD 130||Fundamentals of AutoCAD||3|
|CADD 131||3-D Modeling and Design - Using AutoCAD||2|
|CADD 133||Fundamentals of Autodesk Inventor||2|
|or CADD 139||Using Solidworks|
|CADD 140A||Technical Graphics - Using CAD Tools||2|
|CADD 140B||Advanced Technical Graphics - Using CAD Tools||2|
|CADD 141||Design and Analysis Using Creo Or Solidworks||2|
|Select 12 units from the following:||12|
|Advanced Autodesk Inventor|
|Geometrical Dimensioning and Tolerancing|
|Electives (A.S. applicable courses)||6|
|General Education Requirements||24|