Engineering Design - CAD


Flow Charts for Degrees and Certificates from the Engineering Graphics Department at Red Rock Community College


Supplies needed:
  • 1.5" or 2" 3-ring binder
  • Folder
  • Composition Notebook (or Spiral) preferably with graph paper
  • Mechanical Pencil (0.5 or 0.7 mm)
  • Red and/or Blue pens
  • USB Flash Drive
  • Headphones or Ear buds
Wanted:
AutoCAD Tutorials
AutoCAD 3D Tutorials
SolidWorks Tutorials
At School Resources:  
            R:\Students\AutoCAD\
Welcome to my CAD Web Site.  

All courses are available to student grades 9-12. Students should have a good Geometry background before taking the CAD courses.

Using the latest and greatest CAD software, like AutoCAD and SolidWorks, students can select from a variety of courses: Basic CAD through 3-Dimensional CAD including Architectural and Mechanical Concepts.

  • CAD 101 COMPUTER-AIDED DRAFTING I
  • CAD 102 COMPUTER-AIDED DRAFTING II 
    • Earn an AutoCAD Certificate from RRCC
  • CAD 202 Computer Aided Drafting - 3D
  • CAD 262 3D Printing 
    • Earn an Engineering Graphics Mechanical Certificate from RRCC
  • CAD 224 Revit Architecture
  • AEC 101 Basic Architectural Drafting
  • AEC 102 Residential Construction Drawing 
  • CAD 256 SolidWorks Basic (2 Semesters Long)
    • Test for a SolidWorks Certification - CSWA
  • CAD 257 SolidWorks Intermediate (2 Semesters Long)
    • Test for a SolidWorks Certification - CSWP
  • Hopefully coming soon
    • ?? CAD 257 SolidWorks Intermediate (2 Semesters Long)
      • Test for a SolidWorks Certification - CSWP
    • ?? EGT 275 Special Topics: DRAFTING AND DESIGN: MECHANICAL 

Dual enrollment credit is available to Jefferson County High School student who earn a grade of "C" or better for courses taught on the high school campus.  

                 Apply for COF (In State Tuition)                   
 Apply for Admissions for RRCC


Students enrolled in the CAD Courses can download FREE Educational versions of the software for each course taken. See me for more information. 

CAD courses count towards your Fine Arts/Practical Arts graduation requirement 

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