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Course Catalog: Drafting And Design

DF 1123 3.0
Computer Aided Drafting I
An entry level course in the fundamentals of computer aided drafting; student work includes the construction of basic drawings, saving drawings, using a file system, modification of existing drawings, and plotting drawings using the plotter as well as problem solving and basic project design.
Prerequisite: None

DF 1223 3.0
Intro Indus & Mach Engin Drwg
An entry level course in industrial and machine drawing; areas of study include machine parts, fasteners, materials, forming processes, detailed assembly drawings, and geometric dimensioning and tolerancing. A brief history of industrial and machine engineering will be discussed. This studio course is the first in three course sequence.
Prerequisite: DF 1113 and DF 1123

DF 1233 3.0
Intro Architectural&Engin Drw
An entry level course in architectural, civil, structural, electrical, mechanical, and plumbing drafting; students will study all disciplines and do various drawings and detailed exercises investigating each discipline as well as basic materials used within each discipline. A brief history of architectural and engineering concepts will be discussted. The student exit exercise will be a project that will include elements from all fields discussed. This studio course is the first in a three course sequence.
Prerequisite: DF 1113 and DF 1123

DF 1243 3.0
Computer Aided Drafting II
A second course in computer aided drafting techniques; students will use advanced applications of computer aided drafting. Projects and solutions include the production of working drawings abd three dimensional drawings.
Prerequisite: DF 1123 or instructor approval

DF 2114 4.0
Indust & Mach Eng Dwg&Des I
A sequential course providing the student a more in-depth understanding of industrial and machine drafting and design; areas of study include belts, chains, gears, couplings, cams, linkages, jigs, and tool and die. The history of industrial and machine engineering will be discussed. The student will investigate fundamental design concepts; students will conclude the course with a design and build project. This studio course is the second in a three course sequence.
Prerequisite: DF 1223 and DF 1243

DF 2124 4.0
Arch & Eng Dwg & Des I
A sequential course providing the student a more in-depth understanding of architectural, civil, structural, electrical, mechanical, and plumbing design and drafting; the student will study all disciplines and will do various drawing and design exercises investigating each discipline and advanced materials used with each discipline. The history of architectural and engineering building will be discussed; students will conclude the course with a design and build project. This studio course is the second in a three course sequence.
Prerequisite: DF 1233 and DF 1243

DF 2163 3.0
Computer Sys & Prog/Drftg
An introductory course in computer systems and the various advanced programs used in the drafting field; students will learn the basics of the many advanced computer programs used in industry. Programs may include 3D AutoCAD, Inventor, Revit, Solidworks, Photoshop, llustrator, and Sketchup. Students will explore basic computer systems, servers, moving and file storage and office computer procedures and protocol.
Prerequisite: DF 1243 or instuctor approval

DF 2175 5.0
Civil Engineering Drwg&Design
This course encompasses the methods and conventions of the civil engineering field and its allied industries. Primary focus is on drawing and detailing civil projects such as land division and subdivision, municipal utility facilities, contours, land cut and fill, sewer design, road stationing, and topography.
Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in DF 2124.

DF 2183 3.0
Revit I
This is an introductory course teaching the Revit3 modeling software. Students will learn basic 3D modeling of walls, windows, doors, floors, roofs, furniture and all related material finishes and schedules. Students will complete the course modeling and creating working drawings for a small commercial building. It is expected the student has a basic understanding of architectural terminology.
Prerequisite: Instructor approval required.

DF 2193 3.0
Inventor I
This introductory course teaches the Inventor 3D modeling software. Students will learn basic 3D modeling of small parts, materials, constraints, dimensions, and creating working drawings. Students will complete the course modeling and creating working drawings of a small part. It is expected the student has a basic understanding of machine drawing terminology.
Prerequisite: Instructor approval required.

DF 2225 5.0
Indus&Mach Engin Drw&Dsgn II
The final course in the sequence in industrial and machine engineering drawing and design; the student will apply and acquire advanced skills related to industrial and machine engineering. Emphasis will be placed on problem and critical thinking as students study in depth machine design, jig and fiture design, specifications and materials. The student is encouraged to explore further any one of the disciplines as part of their final project, design, build and draw complete specifications of a small product with many parts and a machine to make that product. This studio course is the final course in a three course sequence.
Prerequisite: DF 2114

DF 2235 5.0
Archit&Engin Drw&Dsgn II
The final course in the sequence in architectural and engineering drawing and design; the student will apply and acquire advanced skills related to these disciplines. Emphasis will be placed on problem solving and critical thinking as students are exposed to commercial architecture and engineering drawing and design. Commercial applications will be discussed along with an introduction to specifications and building codes. The student is encouraged to explore in depth any one of the building disciplines as part of their final project, a medium size commercial building. This studio course is the final course in a three course sequence.
Prerequisite: DF 2124

DF 2283 3.0
Revit II
This course is a continuation of Revit I or for the individual who has similar eperience with Revit. Students will learn how to model multi-story buildings of various types and materials, save to a central file and the programming information needed to render and create drawings with multiple users. The final project will involve modeling a complex commercial building.
Prerequisite: DF 2183 or instructor approval.

DF 2293 3.0
Inventor II
This course is a continuation of Inventor I or for the individual who has similar experience with Inventor. Students will learn advanced part modeling, iParts, iAssemblies, and working with presentation files. Students will complete the course modeling a complex part assembly.
Prerequisite: DF 2193 or instructor approval.

DF 2701-2705 1.0-5.0
I.S.-Drafting & Design
A specialized program of study directly related to the department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
Prerequisite: Consent of instructor

DF 2711-2715 1.0-5.0
Special Topics-Drafting
Courses are offered to accommodate special interests of students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently contained in the curriculum at ECC.
Prerequisite: None

DF 2881 1.0
Program Capstone-Drafting & Design
The culminating course for the program; students will learn and apply career acquisition skills and participate in program assessment. The course will review resume writing, contacting potential employers, and how to put a professional portfolio of work together for review. Co-requisite: DF 2225 or DF 2235

 
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