Introduction to Autocad Jterm 2017
Wed Jan 5 – Mon, Jan 9 9 AM – 4 PM each day Location: Seelye 212
Tues Jan 10 – Fri, Jan 13 9 AM – 4 PM each day Location: Seelye 212
|Instructor||Keith Saltzberg||Keith Saltzberg|
|Credits||1 credit, S/U only||1 credit, S/U only|
OVERVIEW: Computer Aided Design (CAD ) programs offer engineers, architects, landscape architects and other professionals powerful tools to model complex objects and generate clear plansets. This workshop is designed to help students build the necessary skills in AutoCAD, the most popular CAD program, to be competitive applicants for internships and entry-level jobs in architecture, landscape architecture, and engineering. Students in this course will have the opportunity to achieve basic technical proficiency in 2D AutoCAD over the course of four very full days. This is a fast-paced workshop and is appropriate for students with a strong general computer background who wish to build skills and working knowledge of the latest 2D AutoCAD application.
(Note, dates on schedule are last years, please refer to the dates listed above)