Engineering & CAD Programs

Engineering has changed tremendously in the past few decades. Some of the most notable changes can be found in how computers are used by engineers to quickly develop and communicate ideas. Recent advances in the technology of computers and software have made using Computer Aided Design (CAD) central to the art of Engineering. These systems allow design concepts to be mathematically modeled in three dimensions of digital space. To facilitate visualization, computers utilize powerful graphical interfaces to show a digital representation of the model. By following simple instructions, basic two dimensional sketches can be extruded into a third dimension, and then further shaped by simulating the addition or removal of material. Forms can be created with mathematical precision, and these forms can be assembled together to develop more complex representations of mechanical systems.

Course Contents

  • AutoCAD
  • BIM Revit
  • Revit Architecture
  • Revit MEP
  • Revit Structure
  • 3dsMax
  • Microstation
  • AutoCAD Electrical



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