AutoCAD- Course Description
First released in 1982, AutoCAD is now the leading program for computer-aided design throughout the world. It is an essential tool in many industries, including mechanical and civil engineering, architecture, facilities planning and management. More employers use it, and need workers skilled in it, than any other CAD system.
The AutoCAD program takes a step-by-step approach to learning AutoCAD, starting with a few basic tools to let students create and edit a simple drawing, and then gradually introducing more advanced tools. Examples and
practice exercises are taken from a variety of the fields where AutoCAD is used.
This program begins by focusing on basic 2D and advance 3D drawings starting with editing tools, objects on layers, text, and basic dimensions. Once the student masters the basic skills, they will move on to explore efficiency tools, complex objects, using external reference/image files, advanced plotting, enhancing productivity with simple customization.
Graphic Design – Course Description
Students will become familiar with the CorelDraw environment by opening and navigating in a document; using drawing tools to create shapes, lines, and text objects; modifying objects; formatting objects; and creating and modifying text objects.
After completing this course, you’ll become familiar with the CorelDraw environment by opening and navigating in a document; using drawing tools to create shapes, lines, and text objects; modifying objects; formatting objects; and creating and modifying text objects.
Web Designing – Course Description
Looking to launch your career in the exciting field of Web design? This nationally recognized Website Design program focuses on the fundamental technical and aesthetic skills required for this challenging field.
As a student, you’ll gain proficiency in the software programs that every Web designer needs to know: Adobe Photoshop, Fireworks, Dreamweaver, and Flash. You’ll learn how to create digital images and animations, and build
standards-compliant Web sites using either HTML/CSS hand-coding or Web editing programs.
Hands-on projects focus on essential skills and provide experience in professional Web design project scenarios. Class assignments include digital retouching and compositing, XHTML page markup, CSS-based layout and typography, home page and navigation design, Flash graphics and animations, mouse-over effects, competitive analysis, site maps, wireframes, mood boards, color palettes, blog layout, and portfolio site design.