CECE1100 - Engineering Graphics
CECE 1100 Engineering Graphics 3 Credit Hours
Prerequisites MATH1100 & ITSE1100
Goal To provide the students with the basic knowledge of engineering drawing, which enables him/her to produce high quality engineering drawings?
ObjectivesOutcomes
Part 1: Manual Drawing
This course should enable the students to:

  1. Understand the concept of engineering drawing
  2. Produce Drawing using Drawing Equipment
  3. Identify different types of engineering drawing
  4. Understand sections, scales and dimensions.
Part II: Computer Aided Design
This course should enable the students to:

  1. Understand the basic commands and tools used in producing technical engineering drawing.
  2. Effectively and completely use computer aided design to produce accurate engineering drawing.
  3. Understand how CAD is applied in industry.
Part 1: Manual Drawing
A student who satisfactorily complete the course should be able to:

  1. Produce an engineering drawing as a means of communication
  2. Draw with dimensions to recognized scales
  3. Differentiate between isometric, axonometric and prospective drawings
  4. Read and analyze engineering, technical drawings
  5. Produce work within time constraints
Part II: Computer Aided Design
A student who satisfactory complete the course should be able to:

  1. Set a drawing environment
  2. Make use of drawing helping software facilities
  3. Draw simple objects
  4. Modify existing drawing and draw to dimension and scale
  5. Produce a complete hard copy of a technical engineering drawing with full details.