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Altoona College, Berks College, Penn State Hazelton
The AutoCAD : Computer-Aided Drafting Certificate is an introduction to AutoCAD , the industry standard for high quality engineering graphics. Knowing AutoCAD will open many doors for you in the workplace. In fact, more and more jobs require a working knowledge of AutoCAD , an industry standard for high-quality engineering graphics. Classes will be "hands on" in the computer lab during convenient evening hours. Students who take the classes in this certificate will: Learn drawing vocabulary used on blueprints-apply that vocabulary to produce drawings; Understand sectional views; Create 2D drawings; Develop computer skills for drafting-learn commands, views, etc.; Create 3 D models.
To earn an undergraduate certificate in AUTOCAD, a minimum of 8 credits is required.
EDSGN 100 (3)
No Prerequisites Required.
Effective Date: Fall Semester 2001
Last Revised by the Department: 12/06/2011