TECHNOLOGY AutoCad (TN)

The Technology program will provide students with the opportunity to learn skills related to AutoDesk AutoCad programs. These skills are easily transferable to many other drafting and design programs and are widely used in industry. Concepts such as design, 3D modeling and realistic renderings will be used.

Employment Opportunities

 

Work Experience

Careers related to this program include:

 

Placements for work experience include:

Engineering

 

Ministry of Forests

Interior Design

 

Cabinetmakers

Surveyor

 

Forestry Consultants

Draftsperson

 

Metal Fabricators

Forest Technician

 

Surveyors

Town Planner

 

Engineering Firms

Metal Fabrication

 

Ministry of Environment

Mechanical Design

 

Drafting Firms

Cabinetmakers

   

Robotics and Automation

   

Fashion Designers

   

Prosthetics Design

   

Aircraft Design

   

Required Courses:

Students must take 12 credits from Group A, 8 credits from Group B, and 4 credits from Group C. (All courses are 4 credits unless otherwise indicated.)

Group A

Group B

Group C

Drafting 11

Physics 11

Physics 12

Drafting 12

Math 11

Math 12

CP Work Experience 12

Information Technology 11

Information Technology 12

 

Visual Arts 2D 11

Construction 12

 

CP Computer Graphics 11

Metalwork 12

 

Construction 11

Chemistry 12

 

Metalwork 11

 
 

Forests 11

 
 

Earth Science 11

 
 

Technology 11

 
 

Chemistry 11

 

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