Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing
A minor in Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacturing is designed to satisfy students’ personal interests and to meet their professional needs. Students explore, in some depth, the field of computer-aided engineering design and manufacturing.
Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing is a valuable minor for any engineer, as these capabilities are highly sought after in many engineering positions. As early as the summer after the freshman year, Embry-Riddle engineers are given internships requiring an understanding of Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing, and a stated minor in the field provides a recent graduate with a hiring edge.
Students may earn a minor in Computer Aided Design/Computer Aided Manufacturing by successfully completing the following:
|EGR 120||Graphical Communications||3|
|EGR 305||Advanced CATIA||3|
|CS 335||Introduction to Computer Graphics||3|
|ME 304||Introduction to Machine Design||3|
|ME 424||Automation and Rapid Prototyping||3|
|ME 428||Design for Manufacturing and Assembly||3|
Career opportunities for engineers with a minor in Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing include:
- Aerodynamics Specialist
- Design Engineer
- Systems Analysis