TRAINING CENTER PROGRAMS
The CAD Engineering Technology program of study is designed to provide instruction in several phases of design technology in order to prepare student for positions as designers / computer aided drafting technicians. Instruction includes computer aided design, architectural design, civil planning, 3D-modeling and manufacturing. A combination of class work and laboratory experience is stressed. Students who successfully complete a minimum of 47 semester hours in the CAD Engineering Technology courses may earn a technical certificate. Successful completion of a minimum of 62 semester credit hours of course work in a 2-year program leads to an Associate in Applied Science degree in CAD Engineering Technology.
|Example of Class Types
Hands on Lab and Lecture; Engineering Graphics; Construction Standards and Materials; Computer Aided Design I and II; Elementary Surveying; Architectural Design I and II; 3D Modeling; Cost Estimating; Pre-Engineered Metal Steel Buildings; Mechanical Design I; Structural Detailing; Civil Planning and Design
Day and Night Classes:
Day Classes Only
Summary of Program Requirements
Students seeking admission to this program must meet one of the following minimum assessment scores: ACT®- Reading, 16; Math, 17; and English, 17; OR ACCUPLACER- Reading Comprehension, 70; Arithmetic, 63; and Sentence Structure, 88; OR by approval of the program chairperson.
Computer Proficiency l Trouble shooting l Math Skills l Multi-Tasking l Motor Skills
Jones County Junior College