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Computer Aided Drafting & Design - CADD II

Course Number: 872
Subject: Construction & Development
Major/Program of Study: Computer Aided Drafting & Design
Course Length: 5 periods/week/semester
Credit: 1 credit (CTE credit)
Dual Enrollment: No
AP Designation: No

This course introduces students to the intermediate concepts and applications of residential and light commercial planning techniques as they are used in the building and construction industries. The student will study topics such as designing and drawing elevations, sectionals, details and site plans. The students will develop a basic understanding of building materials, construction practices and architectural drawing standards. Complete working drawings of a home or small commercial building will be prepared. The student will continue to develop effective workplace readiness and customer relation skills as they relate to computer aided drafting and design careers. The portfolio of completed assignments will be refined.
Prerequisites and other notes: Foundations of Building & Construction (80840), Computer Aided Drafting and Design – CADD I, Residential and Light Commercial Construction Technology I (873). Recommended for grades 11-12.