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Technical Competency Area in Computer Drafting and Design

In the Technical Competency Area in Computer Drafting and Design, students study drafting and use computer-based systems to produce or revise technical drawings needed in the design and development of machines, products, buildings, manufacturing processes, and other work. The student will have a broad understanding of engineering graphics, print reading and sketching, computer drafting fundamentals, and advanced computer drafting applications.

Required courses for the Technical Competency Area in Computer Drafting and Design:


First Semester Hours
TEED 143: Introductory Computer Drafting 3
TEED 144: Intermediate Computer Drafting 3
TEED: Advanced Computer Drafting Elective * 3
TEED: Advanced Computer Drafting Elective * 3
Total credit hours 12
* The TEED Advanced Computer Drafting Elective must be selected from the following: Hours
TEED 156: Customized AutoCAD 3
TEED 158: Computer Drafting Applications 3
TEED 160: 3D Computer Drafting 3
TEED 171: Building Information Modeling I 3
TEED 172: Building Information Modeling II (prerequisite: TEED 171) 3

Specific associate degree information:

Students wishing to earn an associate degree in the field of Computer Drafting and Design can major in the Associate of General Studies with the following computer drafting and design electives:

TEED 140: Engineering Graphics 3
TEED 142: Industrial Blueprint Reading 3
TEED 143: Introductory Computer Drafting 3
TEED 144: Intermediate Computer Drafting 3
Three of the following five courses:  
TEED 156: Customized AutoCAD 3
TEED 158: Computer Drafting Applications 3
TEED 160: 3D Computer Drafting 3
TEED 171: Building Information Modeling I 3
TEED 172: Building Information Modeling II (prerequisite: TEED 171) 3

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