Engineering Graphics/CAD

Professor of Engineering Graphics Chris Hiebert

Apply principles of engineering graphics to assist engineers in the preparation of technical drawings. Hands-on labs will provide experience with such software as AutoCAD, Autodesk Inventor, Solidworks and CATIA, while translating your drawings to life using 3D printers. These experiences will provide the foundational skills to adapt to multiple platforms of computer-aided design (CAD) being used in manufacturing, automotive, medical and other fields. Specialized courses will also help you develop proficiency in areas such as bodyline design, tool and die, and injection mold design.

Suggested course sequence for this degree from the SC4 catalog.

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"The engineering graphics program provides you with great hands-on training and experience for the workforce."

Erika Schwanitz

Erika Schwanitz