Computer-Aided Engineering Technology Undergraduate Certificate
Computer-Aided Engineering Technology (CAET) is the term for an evolving set of computer based tools used for the development, communication and evaluation of product and building designs. The Undergraduate Certificate in CAET will provide students with a critical skill set identified by industry and government at both the state and national levels. Core classes provide students with a solid foundation in computerized automation techniques, three dimensional form and location geometry. Elective courses facilitate a focus into specific sub-disciplines.
Minimum of fifteen credits required.
|Required core courses:|
|ENGR 1020||Graphical Communication||2|
|ENGR 2120||Building Information Modeling||3|
|ENGR 2140||Advanced 3D Drafting||3|
|Choose 7 credits of elective coursework from the following:|
|Drafting & Design: SketchUp II|
|Structural Design - Wood|
|Infrastructure & Terrain Model|
|Virtual Instrument Engineering|
|Computational Mech Engr Lab|
|Intro to Geog Info Systems|
Other electives may be approved by CAET program coordinator.