Program Outcomes - Computer Aided Design AAS
Upon successful completion of the Computer Aided Design AAS Degree program, the learner will be able to:
- Recall drawing and modification functions of CAD software.
- Identify and interpret information provided in technical drawings, schematics, or mask sets.
- Demonstrate digital proficiency (use of a computer; basic operating system functions; network, drive, and directory navigation; etc.)
- Produce two-dimensional drawings using traditional visualization techniques.
- Integrate principles of related fields into the use of CAD software.
- Recognize principles of related fields that inform the use of CAD software.
- Analyze relationships between design elements for parametric modeling.
- Differentiate successful work place skills in individual and collaborative contexts.
- Create production documents employing standard conventions and requirements.
- Propose and evaluate design solutions based on defined criteria.
Upon successful completion of the Mechanical/Electro-Mechanical Concentration (DFTA), the learner will also be able to:
Upon successful completion of the Construction Concentration (DFTC), the learner will also be able to:
Upon successful completion of the Integrated Circuit Layout Design Concentration (DFTI), the learner will also be able to: