Sep 27, 2021  
2021-2022 College Catalog 
    
2021-2022 College Catalog

Computer-Aided Design, Construction Concentration, AAS


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Choose from two Computer-Aided Design concentrations.

What can I do with this degree?

Career Options: Work as a drafter modeler and entry-level designer in industries such as manufacturing, electronics, building construction and site development.
Academic Options: This program may apply toward a Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS). See an advisor.

Department/Contact Information:

Dean: 520-206-7134
Lead faculty: 520-206-7230

Program/Major/Concentration Codes: AASELECMECHN/CAD1/DFTC

General Education Requirements


A grade of C or better is required for graduation. Course lists for each General Education category listed below can be found starting in the General Education Requirements for AAS Degrees .

Communication Requirement: 3 Credits


Arts and Humanities Requirement: 3 Credits


Social and Behavioral Science Requirement: 3 Credits


Mathematics or Science Requirement: †


Other Requirement: 4 Credits


Special Requirement


NOTE: If a student completes ART 110  (or another course which does not have a C or G designation) and completes ECN 201  (or another course which does not have a C or G designation) for the Social and Behavioral Science requirement, then BIO 108IN  must be completed in the Other Requirement in order to meet the C or G requirement.

Subtotal: 13 Credits ¥


Required Core Courses


A grade of C or better is required for graduation.

Subtotal: 5 Credits


Construction (Concentration Code: DFTC)


A grade of C or better is required for graduation. Department faculty approval is recommended when selecting concentration and technical elective courses.

Required Support Courses


A grade of C or better is required for graduation.

Subtotal: 4 Credits


Total Credits as Displayed: 61 Credits


† Core or support course(s) fulfill this requirement.
¥ General Education requires a minimum of 15 credits. This subtotal shows the Gen Ed credits not fulfilled by core or support courses.
Δ Students planning on transferring to a University should consult with Department faculty, advisor, or university’s websites for assistance in selecting the appropriate courses for transfer. The department recommends MAT 189 , PHY 121IN  , and WRT 101 .

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