This course covers the interpretation of intermediate blueprints. Topics include tolerancing, auxiliary views, sectional views, and assembly drawings. Upon completion, students should be able to read and interpret a mechanical working drawing.
This course will provide an opportunity for students to further their study of principles and concepts in the field and to apply their knowledge in a variety of application both in the traditional classroom setting and in work/job related experiences. The class will be an individualized, arranged course, with learning outcomes determined by the instructor in consultation with the student and permission of the School Dean.
This course will be an advanced guided experience for community college students to explore topics of interest in their field through research, field experience, presentation, computer applications, lab experience, or other project agreed upon between the student and the supervising faculty and is submitted to the dean in a written contract.
This course is designed as the capstone for the Drafting/Design/CAD Engineering Technology program. Students will complete assignments and projects based on the culmination of skills and knowledge gained in the completed DDET courses. Students will develop a portfolio, resume and job search skills. Internships and practicum hours are encouraged. Students will be required to take the ATMAE Engineering Graphics program assessment exam.
This course is an introduction to computer-aided/drafting software for civil, surveying and land development disciplines. Topics include mapping scales and symbols, civil and surveying fundamentals, location and direction of line plan, profile, and cross section drawings, topographic mapping, boundary and legal description plats.
As approach to the development of residential design problems. Sketching, interior perspective and rendered perspective will be covered to prepare interior design majors. Content covers: architectural, pictorial and presentation drawings.