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CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY - ENGINEERING GRAPHICS

CERTIFICATE: Certificate in Applied Science with a major in Engineering Graphics

To provide developmental students with basic and intermediate CAD skills and prepare them to continue in the Engineering Graphics Technology curriculum or for entry level positions in this field.

This certificate provides students with training in basic and intermediate CAD skills and prepares them to continue in the Civil Engineering Technology - Graphics Program of Study curriculum or for entry-level positions in the industry.

PREREQUISITES FOR ENTRANCE

Required Courses

High School: None
College: None

NOTE:  A grade of "C" or better is required for each prerequisite course.

Other Requirements

COURSE REQUIREMENTS

Course Requirements


Course Class Lab Credit
COL 103 College Skills 3 0 3
EGT 101 Basic Technical Drawing 0 6 2
EGT 105 Basic Civil Drafting 1 3 2
EGT 151 Introduction to CAD 2 3 3
MAT 170 Algebra, Geometry, And Trigonometry I 3 0 3
MTT 120 Machine Tool Print Reading 2 3 3
PHS 101 Physical Science I 3 3 4
14 18 20
Minimum Total Credit Hours:  20

SEMESTER CURRICULUM

SEMESTER 1 (Fall)


Course Class Lab Credit
COL 103 College Skills 3 0 3
MTT 120 Machine Tool Print Reading 2 3 3
5 3 6

SEMESTER 2 (Spring)


Course Class Lab Credit
EGT 101 Basic Technical Drawing 0 6 2
EGT 151 Introduction to CAD 2 3 3
MAT 170 Algebra, Geometry, And Trigonometry I 3 0 3
5 9 8

SEMESTER 3 (Summer)


Course Class Lab Credit
EGT 105 Basic Civil Drafting 1 3 2
PHS 101 Physical Science I 3 3 4
4 6 6
Minimum Total Credit Hours:  20

PROGRAM AND EMPLOYMENT TIDBITS

Contact Person: Mike DeRienzo

Waiting List: No

Local Starting Salary: $20,000.00

Local Average Salary: $38,000.00

National Starting Salary: $20,000.00

National Average Salary: $40,000.00