CAD Mechanical Requirements
Certificate 

Curriculum

First Semester

Course No.

Course

Cr. Hrs.

 CADD 111

Fundamentals of Drafting

3

 CADD 112

Dimensioning and Tolerancing 

3

 CADD 113

Descriptive Geometry

3

 CADD 130

Introduction to CAD (3D Parametric) 

3

 MATH ___

Mathematics* (by placement) 

 3-4 

 

Total

15-16

Second Semester

Course No.

Course

Cr. Hrs.

 CADD 151

Production Drawings

3

 CADD 152

Geometric Form Tolerances

4

 CADD 153

Industrial Drawings

3

 CADD 170

Manufacturing Processes

3

 MATH ___ 

Mathematics* (by placement) 

3-4 

 

Total  

16-17

Certificate Requirement: 31 credit hours

Notes

*MATH 102 Mathematics for Applied Technology is the minimum exit-level requirement for this program.

Admissions Requirements

High school graduate with a minimum of a 73% overall average or a minimum 2500 GED test score.  A 70% or higher on the Math A/Algebra regents exam.

 

In addition to academic requirements, all applicants must also be able to meet the minimum Technical Standards for the program with or without reasonable accomodation.

 

Program Objectives

A graduate of the CAD Mechanical certificate program should be able to:

  1. Delineate various mechanical types of parts by following the industry standard, ASME Y14.5M, as it relates to line quality, lettering, geometric constructions, multiview drawings (orthographic projection), and sectioning.
  2. Detail various mechanical types of parts by following the ASME Y14.5M standard as it relates to dimensioning and tolerancing.
  3. Detail various mechanical types of parts by following the ASME Y14.5M standard as it relates to descriptive geometry, theory of projection, and auxiliary views.
  4. Learn and master the use of at least two different types of computer-based 3-D graphic software, one in the first year (Solid Edge) and a different one in the second year (AUTOCAD), to generate and create electronic files as well as printed/plotted sets of working drawings that conform to the ASME Y14.5M standard.
  5. Detail complete sets of working drawings by following the ASME Y14.5M standard for the development, production, and/or servicing of various types of mechanical systems.
  6. Detail drawings that relate to the areas of welded fabricated parts, piping, hydraulics, pneumatics, structural, and developments by conforming to various industry standards.

 

Program Information
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Curriculum
SUNY Curriculum Code: 1044

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Last Updated: 11/17/10