Minor in Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CADD)

Minor in Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CADD)
(18-20 Hours)

Students enrolled in any of Shawnee State's baccalaureate programs may elect to pursue a minor in computer aided design. A CAD minor provides the computer, technical, and design skills necessary to stay competitive in today's job market. Students use the latest version of AutoCAD and Autodesk products. The popularity of this software ensures a growing demand for proficient AutoCAD operators.

Sample Schedule

Course No. Course Class Hrs. Lab Hrs. Credit Hrs.
ETCA 1101 Engineering Drawing 1 2 3 3
ETCA 1201 Introduction to CADD 2 3 3
ETCA 1301 3D Parametric Modeling 2 3 3
ETCA XXXX CADD Elective     3
  Totals     12
CADD Sequential Courses (6-8 Hours)
The number of credits is dependent on sequence selected. Choose from one of the following:
Sequence A
ETPL 1100 Plastics Manufacturing & Processing 4   4
ETPL 1120 Software Tools for Technology 4   4
Sequence B
ETCA 2401 Computer Aided Mach. & Mach. Tools 3   3
ETCA 2402 Adv. Computer Aided Machining 3   3
Sequence C
ETCO 1150 HTML Prog./Web Page Design 4   4
ETCO 2225 Industrial Mgt. & Occ. Safety 3   3

For more information on degrees in Computer Aided Drafting and Design:
Website: http://www.ssucadd.org/
Assistant Professor: Eli Vestich (740) 351-3570 evestich@shawnee.edu
Department Chair: Dr. Larry Miller (740) 351-3176 lmiller@shawnee.edu
Department Secretary: Cindy Hopkins (740) 351-3224 chopkins@shawnee.edu

Page maintained by Marketing and Communications.