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MEM 201 Foundations of Computer Aided Design 0.0-3.0 Credits

Covers application of modern, computer-aided graphics techniques and the use of state-of-the-art, computer-aided design/drafting package(s). Includes topics such as principles of computer-aided design/drafting and interactions with computer-aided manufacturing, rapid prototyping, and other modern manufacturing processes; engineering graphics and graphics languages in computer-aided design and/or drafting; creation of a drawing environment; database and file management, editing, modification, displaying, dimensioning, plotting and printing; special editing techniques; 3-D modeling, solid modeling, shading, and rendering; and file transfer. Students must have Sophomore class standing.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman

Mechanical Engineering & Mechanics BSME / MSME

...MATH 201 ), Differential Equations ( MATH 210 ), Foundations of Computer Aided Design ( MEM 201 ), Statics ( MEM...

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