Technology Studies, A.S., ComputerAided Design Option
Connecticut College of Technology Pathways Program
The Computer-Aided Design Option, Technology Studies associate degree program prepares students to pursue a career as a computer-aided design specialist or to transfer to complete a B.S. degree in technology. Consultation with a faculty advisor is strongly recommended.
Students may enroll in this program either full or part-time. Courses are offered both during the day or evenings. For students not yet prepared for the required mathematical courses, MCC offers a wide range of developmental course offerings.
ComputerAided Design Option Requirements
|Gen Ed||ENG* 101: English Composition||3|
|EGR* 111||Introduction to Engineering||3|
|Mode 6||any GEO* or POL*||3|
| MAT* 185 or
| Trigonometric Functions or
|Gen Ed|| HIS* 101 Western Civilization I or
any Mode 6 HIS* course
|CAD* 110||Introduction to CAD||3|
|ECN* 102||Principles of Microeconomics or
any ECN* course
|PHL* 111||Ethics or
any Mode 3 PHL* course
|MAT* 165||Elementary Statistics with Computer Applications||4|
|Gen Ed|| CHE* 111: Concepts of Chemistry or
CHE* 121 General Chemistry I
|CAD* 218||CAD 3D Mechanical AutoCAD||3|
|EGR* 230||C++ for Engineers||3|
|PHY* 110 or
|Introductory Physics or
General Physics I
|CAD* 220||Parametric Design (Solidworks)||3|
|COM* 173||Public Speaking||3|
|EGR* 112||Engineering Drawing Interpretation||3|
|ENG* 202||Technical Writing||3|
|Gen Ed||Mode 1||3|
|MFG* 239||Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing||3|
|MFG* 205||CNC with Mastercam||3|
|Gen Ed||PSY* 247 or
SOC* 101 or
any Mode 6 PSY* or SOC* course
|Total Credits Required: 66-67|
Upon successful completion of all Technology Studies options program requirements, graduates will
- Apply appropriate mathematical and scientific principles to engineering and technology applications.
- Demonstrate proficiency in technical fundamentals to analyze and resolve technology problems.
- Apply knowledge and skills to develop, interpret, and select appropriate technological processes.
In addition, the graduate will complete the comprehensive learning outcomes identified with the General Education Core.
Source: 2011-2012 Course Catalog
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