Machines may make the world go round, but who makes the machines? With the help of Sullivan Tech’s Mechanical Computer Aided Design Drafting degree program, you can design the mechanical systems and components that keep industries up and running. You’ll learn to master up-to-the-minute design drafting software to develop effective solutions for mechanical problems and to create parts for appliances, electronics, heavy machinery and more.
Make a Career Out of Mechanical CADD as a:
Sullivan Tech’s Mechanical CADD degree program will build up your understanding of the principles of mechanical design, drafting and 3-D modeling, while teaching you everything you need to know to use industry-standard CADD software.
With this professional design drafting software, you will create electronic drawings that can be programmed into automated manufacturing systems; draw mechanical blueprints for products and processes; design machine tools and mechanical systems; and prepare detail and assembly drawings of mechanical devices and machinery.
SCTD’s Mechanical CADD degree program will provide you with the comprehensive real-world knowledge to enter the workforce and make an impact on your chosen industry. Regardless of your specific engineering interest, SCTD will help you reach the next step in your career.
Sullivan College of Technology & Design’s Architectural CADD degree program offers you:
Associate of Applied Science in Mechanical Computer Aided Design Drafting
Sullivan College of Technology & Design’s Mechanical CADD degree program offers you:
The Mechanical CADD degree program at SCTD combines coursework from a variety of subject areas to ensure that you have a working knowledge base necessary to take your skills to the real world. Beyond drafting and design curriculum, you will take mathematics, physics, and professional development courses. View the course list below for more information about each course including a short description, delivery information, and more.
|Course||Class Title||Credit Hours|
|CCS100||College Success Strategies||4|
|DRF100||Basic Board Drafting||6|
|MEC140||Intro to Mechanical Drafting||3|
|DRF145||Advanced Drafting Techniques||3|
|DRF135||Computer Aided Drafting Design I||3|
|DRF165||Computer Aided Design Drafting II||3|
|MEC160||Mechanical Design I||3|
|MEC165||Mechanical Design II||3|
|CCS153||Trigonometry and Geometry||4|
|DRF255||Computer Aided Drafting Design III||3|
|MEC170||Adv. Mechanical Drafting||3|
|DRF265||Computer Aided Design Drafting IV||3|
|DRF251||Electrical Power Distribution||4|
|Total Program Credit Hours||106|
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Founded in 1880 as the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, today’s ASME promotes the art, science and practice of mechanical and multidisciplinary engineering and allied sciences around the globe.
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Meet the Chair
George is the chairperson of the CADD department, and he teaches a full load of courses each quarter. He has an associate degree in Architectural Drafting from Louisville Technical Institute (now SCTD) and a bachelor’s degree in Religion from Liberty University. He has also earned his American Design Drafting Association (ADDA) certifications as a Certified Architectural Drafter and as a Certified Mechanical Drafter.
SCTD has a really hands-on approach in all facets of the CNA program. I honestly don’t think I would be in the job I am in if I did not have my degree.
– John Smith