Computer Aided Design (CAD), Certificate of Specialization

Florissant Valley

A CAD operator is able to interpret data from multiple sources, apply traditional drafting skills, utilize operating system software, follow industrial practices and company procedures related to CAD work, and efficiently perform all related tasks to produce final drawings and CAD models.

Interested in this program? Start the enrollment process by visiting stlcc.edu/enroll.

EGR 100Engineering Drawing3
Select one of the following:3
Technical Computer Applications
Principles of Engineering
Engineering Computer Applications and Design
CAD Sequence
Select at least one course in each of the following areas for a total of at least 9 credit hours:9
2-D CAD
3-D CAD
CAD Applications
Technical Elective
Select course(s) from Engineering and Technology department (prefixes: BE, CE, EE, EGR, ESC, GE, ME, QC).3
Total Credit Hours18

CAD Sequence

2-D CAD

EGR 104Electronic Drafting2
EGR 133Introduction to AutoCAD I2
EGR 141Introduction to AutoCAD II2
EGR 145Computer Solids Modeling2

3-D CAD

EGR 147Introduction to Engineering Design3
EGR 145Computer Solids Modeling2
EGR 1392
ME 230Introduction to 3-D Solid Modeling for Design4
EGR 148Solid Modeling with Unigraphics2
EGR 256Solid Modeling with CATIA2

CAD Applications

ME 230Introduction to 3-D Solid Modeling for Design4
EGR 2553
GE 122Engineering Design and Development3