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2012-2013 Catalog 
    
2012-2013 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CADD) AAS


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The advent of computer aided design is one of the most significant developments in the drafting area. Not only has CADD revolutionized the way in which drawings are produced, but when coupled with computer aided machining (CAM), the entire manufacturing process is bound together and integrated.

Shawnee State’s CADD department uses industry standard hardware and software in all classes.

Unless otherwise stated, all classes utilize the latest release of AutoCAD® and Autodesk products.

Positions for CADD operators exist in:
  Aerospace Medical equip. mfg.
  Architecture Packaging
  Automotive industries Petroleum
  Building/construction Piping
  Civil engineering Plastics
  Defense Quality product design
  Electronics Tool design
  Foundry Transportation
  General manufacturing Utilities
  Machining Welding
  Mechanical engineering  

Students graduating from the program expect occupations as, for example, CADD operators, draftspersons, engineering designers, detailers, and technical illustrators.

Technical Electives


Examples of technical electives are BUAC, ETCA, ETCO, ETEC, ETEV, ETGG, ETRO, ETEM, and ETPL prefixed courses. Technical electives should be coordinated with the student’s academic advisor.

Sample Schedule


Total Credit Hours 63


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