ENGINEERING GRAPHICS (DR)
Carol L. Hoffman, Coordinator
Office: 290 Hardaway Hall
DR 100 Technical Sketching for Engineers. (1-1) One hour.
The sketching component of DR 125. Topics include lettering, geometric construction, multiviews, auxiliaries, sections, pictorials, and dimensioning.
DR 125 Engineering Graphics. (2-4) Three hours.
Introduction to the graphic language of the engineer. Covers geometric constructions, orthographic views, auxiliaries, sections, pictorials, and dimensioning; executed with freehand sketches and computer-aided drawings.
DR 131 Construction Procedures. (2-0) Two hours.
Construction design, materials, and methods. Covers assembly procedures for light construction and interpreting construction documents.
DR 133 2D AutoCAD for Engineers. (2-2) Two hours.
Prerequisite: DR 100, GES 131, or college-level technical graphics course without CAD.
Use of AutoCAD software to produce two-dimensional engineering drawings such as multiviews, sections, and auxiliaries, as well as isometric and oblique pictorials and dimensioned drawings.
DR 135 Construction Drawing. (2-4) Three hours.
Introduction to the graphic language used by the construction industry. Covers architectural plans, elevations, sections, and pictorials, executed by freehand sketches, instrument drawings, and computer-aided drawings.
DR 233 3D AutoCAD for Engineers (also ME 233). (3-3). Three hours.
Prerequisite: DR 125 or DR 133.
Communicating graphically with solid models. Use of AutoCAD software to create 3D wireframe, surface, and solid models. Models may be then dimensioned, sectioned, or rendered.
DR 350 Construction Materials and Systems. (2-0) Two hours.
Prerequisite: DR 131.
Study of materials and systems used in residential and commercial construction. Covers the properties of these materials and their assembly.
DR 355 AutoCAD for Interior Design. (2-4) Three hours.
Prerequisite: DR 135.
Use of AutoCAD software to produce two-dimensional architectural drawings such as floor plans, elevations, sections, and details. Explores three-dimensional views and presentation techniques.
DR 491 Special Problems (Area). One to three hours.
Prerequisite: DR 125 or DR 135.
Assigned graphics problem(s) supervised on an individual basis.