Minor in Engineering Design Graphics

In today’s engineering environment, it is essential that engineers be able to fully utilize the tools available to them. Modern CAD packages are more than just drawing. They provide the engineer with powerful tools for designing, analyzing, and manufacturing, as well as presentations and animation.

The Engineering Design Graphics minor prepares students to properly use CAD as a true design tool.  Students taking the minor will be prepared to take the Certified SolidWorks Professional (CSWP) Exam.

Note: Not available to MET students with a concentration in Engineering Design Graphics.

Curriculum

Requirements

  • EDG 1212 - Engineering Graphics II

Select four additional courses from the following:

  • EDG 3112 - Advanced Engineering Graphics
  • MET 3332 - Rapid Design and Manufacture
  • EDG 4111 - Surface Modeling
  • EDG 4222 - CAD Customization and Standards
  • EDG 4224 - Engineering Design Graphics for Custom Manufacturing
  • MET 4112 - Computer Aided Engineering & Analysis
    or
  • ME 4250 - Computer Aided Engineering
    Mechanical Engineering Majors must take ME 4250 in order to obtain their degree in Mechanical Engineering. This course will count toward both the minor and degree.

Program Total (16 Credit Hours)

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