CAD TECHNICIAN - ARCHITECTURE/ENGINEERING/CONSTRUCTION (9 Units) ( Archived )
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Program Type: Occupational Skills Certificate

Division: Engineering & Technology

Program Description:
The curriculum prepares students to be functional within two-dimensional CAD systems used in the architecture/engineering/construction industry. A CAD technician is an entry level position working in a team of architects or engineers. Job functions would include generating drawings from existing designs, plotting drawings, and electronic file handling and file management.
An Occupational Skills Certificate is awarded upon completion of all required courses with a grade of C or better.

Effective: Summer 2008

Required Units in the Major:    9

Required Courses
  Semester I (6 units)
EDT 008A - ENGINEERING GRAPHICS (3.0 units)
  TECH 107A - TECHNICAL CALCULATIONS (3.0 units)
  &
  Semester II (3 units)
EDT 017 - CONSTRUCTION DRAWING PRACTICES (3.0 units)

Required Electives (0 Units)

None

Recommended Electives

None