3D Modeling and Drafting

Professional Development

Offered through Continuing Education

@ Florissant Valley | Meramec

Computer-aided design (CAD) is used by engineers, architects and drafters to create technical 2D drawings as well as complex 3D models. Drafting jobs are projected to grow 13% by 2022. Specifically, electrical and electronics drafting positions are anticipated to increase 10% by 2022. Entry-level CAD design professionals earn salaries ranging from $26k to $60k annually.

Program Contact

Continuing Education

Phone

314-984-7777

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Introduction to AutoCAD® I

Introduction to AutoCAD I covers the fundamentals of the AutoCAD drafting system. Students will learn how to create drawings, setup units, limits, layers, linetypes and colors. Drawing procedures for typical geometric operations are covered. Special features operations including polylines, blocks, dimensioning, cross-hatching and plotting are also covered. Dates listed correspond with credit term. Available for credit as EGR 133 650.
COMP:770 | Credit term | $113.50 AGE 60+ | $227 REG
P01 W 7-9:35 p.m. | Walter Staas
Jan. 22-May 17 | MC-SW, 202
• NOTE: No class 3/18.

Introduction to AutoCAD® II

Continuation of Introduction to AutoCAD I. Course includes DOS for AutoCAD, Blocks, attributes, symbol libraries, bill of material extraction, screen and tablet menus, digitizing drawings, slides and slide shows and introduction to LISP language. Dates listed correspond with credit term. Available for credit as EGR 141 550.
COMP:770 | Credit term | $113.50 AGE 60+ | $227 REG
P02 Tu 7-9:35 p.m. | Walter Staas
Jan. 21-May 17 | FV-E, 278
• NOTE: No class 3/17.

Introduction to 3D Solid Modeling for Design

Introduction to 3D Solid Modeling for Design teaches the use of 3D solid modeling CAD packages. Instruction includes how to use a 3D CAD package to develop solid models in order to generate assemblies and 2D drawings. This course focuses on Solidworks® software or Inventor® for lab projects. Prerequisites: EGR 100 or Department approval. Dates listed correspond with credit term. Available for credit as ME 230 551.
COMP:770 | Credit term | $227 AGE 60+ | $454 REG
P03 MW 7-9:30 p.m.
Jan. 21-May 17 | FV-E, 278
• NOTE: No class 2/17, 3/16, 3/18.

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