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CADD - Mechanical


The technical curriculum of this program will take place at Triangle Tech in Pittsburgh, Erie, Greensburg, DuBois, Sunbury, or Bethlehem, Pa. The technical curriculum will account for 28 to a maximum of 30 credits. In addition to the technical curriculum, students will complete 35 credits of core curriculum courses to complete the requirements of the Associate of Applied Science degree from Clarion University.

Mechanical Computer-Aided Drafting & Design

Every product you see was just an idea until a skilled designer created a set of precise drawings that could be used to manufacture it.

You will learn to be one of those designers—using the industry's most advanced computerized drafting systems to help create tomorrow's manufactured products.

Upon completion of this program, you will be ready to take your place in this exciting and important field, with the skills you need to land a great job with a bright future.

Curriculum Highlights

  • Manufacturing Processes

  • Drafting Fundamentals

  • Machine Design

  • AutoCAD

  • Advanced CADD Applications

  • Microstation

  • Computer Applications

  • Assembly Drawing

  • Structural Steel Design

  • Gears, Cams and Kinematics

  • Drill Jig Design

  • Electronic Drafting

  • Fabrication, Welding and Structural Drawings

  • Piping Drawings

  • Production Cost Estimating

  • Technical Wiring

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