College Catalog Fall 2004 - Spring 2006
CADD

CADD 111 FUNDAMENTALS OF DRAFTING

This lecture-lab course develops students' skills in CAD/Board drafting with emphasis on conventions and techniques as required by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), and International Standards Organization (ISO). Subject matter covered relates to drafting standards, graphic language, use of instruments and equipment, alphabet and style of lines, lettering, geometry and geometric constructions, sketching, orthographic projection, and sectional views. (Fee)

Corequisite: CADD 130

(3: 1, 6) Fall

CADD 112 DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING

This lecture-lab course develops students' skills in CAD/Board drafting with emphasis on conventions and techniques of dimensioning and tolerancing as required by ANSI, ASME, and ISO.

Corequisite: CADD 130

(3: 1, 6) Fall

CADD 113 DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY

This lecture-lab course develops students' skills in CAD/Board drafting with emphasis on conventions and techniques of descriptive geometry, auxiliaries, and intersections and developments as required by ANSI, ASME, and ISO.

Corequisite: CADD 130

(3: 2, 3) Fall

CADD 130 INTRODUCTION TO CAD

This course introduces students to the concepts and operation of visual engineering drawing systems and preparations using a computer (computer-aided drafting, CAD). Common hardware, software, and initial data entry methods are studied as well as ways to generate, store, and retrieve drawings. Various output devices and methods will be examined and a pen plotter will be used.

Prerequisite: None

(3: 1, 4) Fall

CADD 151 PRODUCTION DRAWINGS

The theory and knowledge related to developing skills in CAD/Board drafting with emphasis on conventions and techniques of production drawings will be covered. Detail, assembly, and pictorial drawings are emphasized as required by ANSI, ASME, and ISO.

Prerequisites: CADD 111, CADD 112, CADD 113, and CADD 130 or permission of the instructor.

(3: 1, 6) Spring

CADD 152 GEOMETRIC FORM TOLERANCES

This lecture-lab course develops students' skills in CAD/Board drafting with emphasis on conventions and techniques of geometric form tolerances as required by ANSI, ASME, and ISO.

Prerequisites: CADD 111, CADD 112, CADD 113, and CADD 130 or permission of the instructor.

(4: 3, 3) Spring

CADD 153 INDUSTRIAL DRAWINGS

This lecture-lab course develops students' skills in CAD/Board drafting with emphasis on conventions and techniques of industrial drawings as required by ANSI, ASME, and ISO. Subject matter covered includes welding/fabricated parts, hydraulics/pneumatics/piping systems, and other related areas such as structural, HVAC, etc.

Prerequisites: CADD 111, CADD 112, CADD 113, and CADD 130 or permission of the instructor.

(3: 1, 6) Spring

CADD 170 MANUFACTURING PROCESSES

This lecture course introduces students to the methods and materials used in manufacturing. Mechanical testing, metallurgy, and heat treatment are also covered.

Prerequisite: None

(3: 3, 0) Spring

CADD 215 ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC DIAGRAMS

This course is devoted to the understanding and preparation of industrial drawings and diagrams that describe the operation of electrical and electronic devices. Students prepare schematics, logic diagrams, wiring diagrams, wiring harness drawings, and other drawings related to electricity and electronics.

Prerequisite: Completion of first year of the CADD program (or its equivalent)

Corequisite: CADD 225

(3: 1, 6) Fall

CADD 225 ELECTRO-MECHANICAL DESIGN

This course deals with the principles and practices of designing electro-mechanical products. Students learn and perform the process of starting with a schematic or logic diagram, identifying components and their sizes, preparing initial designs, designing the package or enclosure, and preparing finished drawings. (Fee)

Prerequisite: Completion of first year of the CADD program (or its equivalent)

Corequisite: CADD 215

(3: 1, 6) Fall

CADD 230 ELECTRICITY

This course introduces students to the principles and components of direct and alternating electricity. Topics include: energy, structure of matter, electrical units, wire calculations, series and parallel circuit calculations, compound circuit calculations, magnetism, transformers, capacitance, inductance, diodes, and transistors.

Prerequisite: None

(3: 3, 0) Fall

CADD 240 CAD II (AUTOCAD)

This course introduces students to Autodesk's software: Autocad, Mechanical Desktop, and Inventor. The course is divided between lecture and hands-on application at a workstation. The course covers both the "2-D" and "3-D" capabilities of the aforementioned software.

Prerequisite: Completion of first year of the CADD program (or its equivalent)

(3: 1, 6) Fall

CADD 255 PRINTED CIRCUIT DESIGN

This course deals with the principles and practices of printed circuit design for both analog and digital circuits. Students design circuit boards using computer software to perform schematic capture, layout, routing, and creation of finished drawings.

Prerequisites: CADD 215 and CADD 225

Corequisite: CADD 270

(4: 1, 9) Spring

CADD 270 ELECTRONICS

This survey course in electronics provides students with an introduction to electronic devices and circuits and includes: computer number systems, binary arithmetic, logic gates, flip-flops, shift registers, counters, coders and decoders, memory devices, Boolean expressions and logic circuits, and Boolean algebra.

Prerequisite: None

(3: 3, 0) Spring

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