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Engineering Graphics Technology Curriculum

 

Courses

(Dept. ,Course No. , Course)

Communications Mathematics Physical & Natural Sciences Social Sciences & Humanities Technical Content

Freshman - Fall
 

Drafting, EN101, Graphics I

       

3

 

English, EG101, English Comp. I

3

       
 

Art, AR121,Drawing and Comp. I

     

3

 
 

Mathematics, MA135, College Algebra

 

3

     
 

Physics, PH109, Applied. Physics

   

3

   
 

Freshman - Spring

        15 Hours
 

Drafting, EN102, Graphics II

       

3

 

Mathematics, MA140, Trigonometry

 

3

     
 

Speech Communication, SP100, Public Speaking

3

       
 

Behavioral or Social Science course

     

3

 
 

Computer Information Technology, Computer Science course (e.g. , IN101, Intro. to I.T. , IN105, Intro. to Programming, IN108, PC Visual Basic Programming,

       

3

 

Sophomore - Fall

       

15 Hours

  Drafting, EN103, Residential Design and CAD         3
 

Drafting, EN104, Into. To Surveying OR Manufacturing Technology, IT204, Manufacturing Processes

       

3

 

Pre-Engineering, EN204, Engineering Concepts

       

2

 

Drafting, EN214, 3D Modeling and CAD

       

3

 

Drafting, EN207, AutoCAD Advanced

       

3

  Sophomore - Spring         14 Hours
 

Drafting, EN211, Commercial Building Design and CAD

       

3

 

Drafting, EN206, Special Problems in CAD and Drafting

       

3

 

Drafting, EN217, Struct. , Civil, and Pipe Design and CAD

       

3

 

Related Elective – Internship highly recommended through Cooperative Education, EN197, EN198, EN297, & EN298                                   

       

3

 

Related Elective – Internship highly recommended through Cooperative Education, EN197, EN198, EN297, & EN298

       

3

 

Related Elective – Internship highly recommended through Cooperative Education, EN197, EN198, EN297, & EN298

       

2

         

17 Hours

TOTAL HOURS = 62