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CADD-211 AutoCad I and II
(64hrs) 4 credits

Prerequisite: COMP-220 Computer Fundamentals
ENGD-210 Drafting Fundamentals or
DFTG-200 Drafting Fundamentals
ENGD-236 Structural Drafting

This course covers all of the basic AutoCAD features and commands. It will teach the student to produce drawings on a Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD) microcomputer using AutoCAD software. Descriptive of hardware, software, introduction to MS-DOS, Auto-CAD theory, syntax, special features, inserting 2D geometry. Editing, measuring and verifying, manipulating screen graphics, text, layers, color, line types, crosshatching, dimensioning, library parts/blocks, utility commands and an introduction to architectural applications. Lectures combined with hands-on lab exercises give the student the opportunity to use and experiment with the commands.

Dates are still being finalized for the above mentioned seminar. Call the Centre for Leadership and Technology for further information.


Course offerings beginning September 7, 1998 at the Centre for Leadership and Technology:

Comm-238 Technical Communications

Electrical Principles-244

Math-235 Mathematics for Technology I

CADD-211 AutoCad I and II

DIGI-240 Digital


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