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  • TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT

     

     The following CAD courses are offered on yearly rotation:

     

     8510 Computer-Aided Drawing (CAD) for Engineering (Will be offered again in SY 2017- 2018)

    Grade: 10-12

    5 Credits

    Semester Prerequisite(s): Grade 10 students must have taken either CAD for Architecture or Design Technology

     

    This course is designed for the students who may be interested in pursuing engineering in college or technical school. It allows the interested student to become familiar with the types of drawing done by engineers. Artistic talent is not required because all drawing is done on the computer using AutoCad. The course includes drawings in three views: sectioning, auxiliary views and rotating views.


     8520 Computer-Aided Drawing (CAD) for Architecture

    Grade: 9-12

    5 Credits

    Semester Prerequisite(s): None

     

    This is a course designed for the student interested in pursuing architecture in college. The interested student will study architectural styles of US homes from the past and present, the basic elements of home construction and the mechanical systems of the home. Students will design a residential home on computers using the AutoCad program.


     8500 Design Technology

    Grade: 9-12

    5 Credits

    Semester Prerequisite(s): None

     

    This course is an introductory class for students who are interested in design. Cars, clothes, jewelry, furniture, gym equipment, televisions, bikes, and all the thousands of other things we use every day all started with the design process. An idea sparks the imagination and the design team brings it to life. This is a hands-on class in which students will work individually and in teams to produce designs that could result in a product. Examples of possible project designs are furniture, point-of-purchase displays, children’s playground, clothing, car or truck interior, and backyard deck. Artistic talent is not required because technical drawings are done using AutoCAD. The course includes drawings in orthographic and pictorial views. This is an introductory class designed for freshmen and sophomores, but open to all students.

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