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Chris Hoffman
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Fall 2014 Semester Spring 2015 Semester

1st Block

CAD 120 Intro to Architecture
Provides a practical approach to architectural drafting. An introduction to board and computer aided drafting as it relates to residential and commercial architecture, specifications, and structural systems including wood, masonry, concrete, and steel.

Prerequisite: Introduction to Computer Aided Drafting

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2nd Block

CAD 102 Drafting Fundamentals
Explores drafting and its processes: use and maintain equipment and supplies; determine line weights; measure and read line lengths with drafting scales; measure angles; and draw lines, circles, arcs, and irregular curves. Freehand and mechanical lettering, geometric construction, freehand sketching, and beginning orthographic projection. Characteristics of lines and planes in orthographic projection and the principles applied to show the size and shapes of projects. Dimensioning techniques for orthographic drawings.

Prerequisites: None

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3rd Block

CAD 100 Intro to Computer Aided Drafting
Uses computer graphic workstation in the application of fundamental principles and capabilities of CAD, basic drafting conventions, and operations. An in-depth study of computer aided drafting commands, terminology, command utilization, and skill development.

Prerequisite: None

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4th Block

CAD 200 Intermediate Computer Aided Drafting
Uses CAD software to produce advanced two-and three-dimensional object drawings. Advanced techniques of drafting, layering, and symbols associated with one or more design applications. Calculations of perimeters, areas, and mass associated with the drawings. (PROJECT LEAD THE WAY COMPONENT).

Prerequisite: Introduction to Computer Aided Drafting

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CAD 102 Drafting Fundamentals
Explores drafting and its processes: use and maintain equipment and supplies; determine line weights; measure and read line lengths with drafting scales; measure angles; and draw lines, circles, arcs, and irregular curves. Freehand and mechanical lettering, geometric construction, freehand sketching, and beginning orthographic projection. Characteristics of lines and planes in orthographic projection and the principles applied to show the size and shapes of projects. Dimensioning techniques for orthographic drawings.

Prerequisites: None

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1st Block

CAD 230 Construction Drafting
This lecture and lab course covers the elements for constructing standard residential and commercial buildings. Wood frame, solid masonry veneer, concrete, and steel construction details are explored. Students will learn essentials of standard construction details, which illustrate the various construction methods and will develop a portfolio for those techniques.

Prerequisites: Introduction to Computer Aided Drafting and Drafting Fundamentals

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CAD 220 Architectural Design
Combines the elements and fundamentals of architectural design with the theory and application of presentation techniques. Deals with site selection, use of materials in design, spatial relationships, and aesthetics. Traditional and contemporary design, designers, processes, and historical milestones are explored. Board and computer techniques are used in illustrating interiors of student designs.

Prerequisites: : Introduction to Architecture

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2nd Block

CAD 112 Engineering Graphics
Includes exploration of lines and planes as they relate to orthographic projection to show the size and shape of objects. Includes application of principles and graphic elements of sectioning to show interior detail; the techniques involved in creating oblique projections, axonometric projections, and perspective drawings; and the dimensioning techniques and symbol usage common to all drafting disciplines.

Prerequisites: Drafting Fundamentals

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3rd Block

CAD 102 Drafting Fundamentals
Explores drafting and its processes: use and maintain equipment and supplies; determine line weights; measure and read line lengths with drafting scales; measure angles; and draw lines, circles, arcs, and irregular curves. Freehand and mechanical lettering, geometric construction, freehand sketching, and beginning orthographic projection. Characteristics of lines and planes in orthographic projection and the principles applied to show the size and shapes of projects. Dimensioning techniques for orthographic drawings.

Prerequisites: None

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4th Block

CAD 201 Parametric Modeling
Introduces Parametric Modeling and Design of a CAD workstation in exploring the techniques associated with drafting and design using Parametric modeling software. Introduces creation of parametric models and explores associative function and flexibility of concurrent part design.

Prerequisite: Introduction to Computer Aided Drafting or Intermediate Computer Aided Drafting

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CAD 102 Drafting Fundamentals
Explores drafting and its processes: use and maintain equipment and supplies; determine line weights; measure and read line lengths with drafting scales; measure angles; and draw lines, circles, arcs, and irregular curves. Freehand and mechanical lettering, geometric construction, freehand sketching, and beginning orthographic projection. Characteristics of lines and planes in orthographic projection and the principles applied to show the size and shapes of projects. Dimensioning techniques for orthographic drawings.

Prerequisites: None

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Fall 2015 Semester Spring 2016 Semester

1st Block

CAD 120 Intro to Architecture
Provides a practical approach to architectural drafting. An introduction to board and computer aided drafting as it relates to residential and commercial architecture, specifications, and structural systems including wood, masonry, concrete, and steel.

Prerequisite: Introduction to Computer Aided Drafting

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2nd Block

CAD 102 Drafting Fundamentals
Explores drafting and its processes: use and maintain equipment and supplies; determine line weights; measure and read line lengths with drafting scales; measure angles; and draw lines, circles, arcs, and irregular curves. Freehand and mechanical lettering, geometric construction, freehand sketching, and beginning orthographic projection. Characteristics of lines and planes in orthographic projection and the principles applied to show the size and shapes of projects. Dimensioning techniques for orthographic drawings.

Prerequisites: None

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3rd Block

CAD 100 Intro to Computer Aided Drafting
Uses computer graphic workstation in the application of fundamental principles and capabilities of CAD, basic drafting conventions, and operations. An in-depth study of computer aided drafting commands, terminology, command utilization, and skill development.

Prerequisite: None

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4th Block

Advanced Computer Aided Drafting
Uses CAD software to produce advanced two-and three-dimensional object drawings. Advanced techniques of drafting, layering, and symbols associated with one or more design applications. Calculations of perimeters, areas, and mass associated with the drawings. (PROJECT LEAD THE WAY COMPONENT).

Prerequisite: Introduction to Computer Aided Drafting


CAD 102 Drafting Fundamentals
Explores drafting and its processes: use and maintain equipment and supplies; determine line weights; measure and read line lengths with drafting scales; measure angles; and draw lines, circles, arcs, and irregular curves. Freehand and mechanical lettering, geometric construction, freehand sketching, and beginning orthographic projection. Characteristics of lines and planes in orthographic projection and the principles applied to show the size and shapes of projects. Dimensioning techniques for orthographic drawings.

Prerequisites: None

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1st Block

CAD 230 Construction Drafting
This lecture and lab course covers the elements for constructing standard residential and commercial buildings. Wood frame, solid masonry veneer, concrete, and steel construction details are explored. Students will learn essentials of standard construction details, which illustrate the various construction methods and will develop a portfolio for those techniques.

Prerequisite: Introduction to Computer Aided Drafting and Drafting Fundamentals

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CAD 220 Architectural Design
Combines the elements and fundamentals of architectural design with the theory and application of presentation techniques. Deals with site selection, use of materials in design, spatial relationships, and aesthetics. Traditional and contemporary design, designers, processes, and historical milestones are explored. Board and computer techniques are used in illustrating interiors of student designs.

Prerequisites: Introduction to Architecture

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2nd Block

CAD 120 Intro to Architecture
Provides a practical approach to architectural drafting. An introduction to board and computer aided drafting as it relates to residential and commercial architecture, specifications, and structural systems including wood, masonry, concrete, and steel.

Prerequisites: Introduction to Computer Aided Drafting

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3rd Block

CAD 102 Drafting Fundamentals
Explores drafting and its processes: use and maintain equipment and supplies; determine line weights; measure and read line lengths with drafting scales; measure angles; and draw lines, circles, arcs, and irregular curves. Freehand and mechanical lettering, geometric construction, freehand sketching, and beginning orthographic projection. Characteristics of lines and planes in orthographic projection and the principles applied to show the size and shapes of projects. Dimensioning techniques for orthographic drawings.

Prerequisite: None

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4th Block

CAD 200 Intermediate Computer Aided Drafting
Uses CAD software to produce advanced two-and three-dimensional object drawings. Advanced techniques of drafting, layering, and symbols associated with one or more design applications. Calculations of perimeters, areas, and mass associated with the drawings. (PROJECT LEAD THE WAY COMPONENT).

Prerequisite: Introduction to Computer Aided Drafting

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CAD 102 Drafting Fundamentals
Explores drafting and its processes: use and maintain equipment and supplies; determine line weights; measure and read line lengths with drafting scales; measure angles; and draw lines, circles, arcs, and irregular curves. Freehand and mechanical lettering, geometric construction, freehand sketching, and beginning orthographic projection. Characteristics of lines and planes in orthographic projection and the principles applied to show the size and shapes of projects. Dimensioning techniques for orthographic drawings.

Prerequisites: None

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