Drafting

Drafting Courses

Architectural Drafting I and II

Architects design office and apartment buildings, schools, museums, churches, factories, hospitals, houses, and airport terminals. They also design multi-building complexes, such as urban centers, college campuses, industrial parks, communities, and amusement parks. During this course structures will be visualized, designed and animated.  This course relies on the power of Autodesk Architectural Desktop software to create and organize design creations.Drafting

Recommendations: Geometry and Computer Applications.

Prerequisites: Arch. II can not be taken until Arch. I is completed with a grade of C or higher.

Credit – 1 Unit

Mechanical Design I and II

For the mechanically minded, there’s nothing more exciting than watching ideas be transformed from initial thoughts and sketches into 3D models and working prototypes. This course uses Autodesk’s mechanical design products—Autodesk Mechanical Desktop, AutoCAD Mechanical, and Autodesk Inventor software to create mechanical drawings. Students will study a broad spectrum of parts, tools, assemblies, and machines. Mechanical engineers typically focus on power-producing machines (such as motors, turbines, and engines) and power-using machines (such as refrigeration and air-conditioning equipment, robots, and machine tools).

Recommendations: Geometry and Computer Applications.

Prerequisites: Mech. Des. II can not be taken until Mech.Des. I is completed with a grade of C or higher.

Credit – 1 Unit Drafting

Civil Engineering I and II

Today’s civil engineers rely on computer technology to help complete massive jobs like bridges, airports, highways, shopping mall complexes, and hydroelectric dams. Legal land descriptions are measured and drawn with the use of the computer. Completion of drawings is accomplished by combining many disciplines and professions.  Land plots, contours, site plans, and structures will be drawn in this course using AutoCAD and Autodesk Civil packages.

Recommendations: Geometry and Computer Applications.

Prerequisites: Civil Eng. II can not be taken until Civil Eng. I is completed with a grade of C or higher.

Credit – 1 Unit

A.M. Instructor

Rick White
Rick.White@eldonmustangs.org
573-392-8060 Extension 526

P.M. Instructor

Chuck Berendzen

Chuck.Berendzen@eldonmustangs.org

 573-392-8060 Extension 526