ENST 1311 - Computer Aided Design I
1 Class Hour, 4 Lab Hours
This course is designed to develop the fundamental visualization and graphic communication skills used within a technical environment through manual and computer means. Topics include familiarization with computers and the basic elements of computer-aided drafting used in professional practice. Drafting exercises in various disciplines provide hands-on computer experience. Students complete this class with entry-level computer-aided drafting skills. Topics include practice in the use of the majority of the drawing and editing commands, drawing setup, templates, blocks, layouts, scaling, printing, and techniques used to create fast and accurate drawings in a work environment. This course is equivalent to CADD 1200 .
Semester Availability: Fall
Not a part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway
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