ID 2710 - Introduction to Computer Aided Design (CAD)
This sophomore-level course introduces students to the use of CAD systems as a drafting/design tool for interior design. Areas of study include CAD systems (hardware, software, procedures, and standards) and terminology as applied to architectural drawing types. Emphasis is on proper use of software commands; layer organization and strategies; efficient drawing practices; and the production of scaled two-dimensional drawings. Upon successful completion of this course, students will understand the terminology and use of CAD systems and commands following acceptable standards and procedures and utilize appropriate file management methods for the creation of two-dimensional CAD drawings.
Prerequisites: FD 1020 - 2D Design: Elements + Principles , ID 1510 - Survey of Interior Design and ID 1710 - Drafting
Notes: (Formerly ID 2010)
Course Learning Outcomes:
- Effectively express project solutions using a variety of visual communication techniques and technologies appropriate to a range of purposes and audiences.
- Effectively apply the elements and principles of design and related theories throughout the interior design curriculum to two- dimensional design solutions.
- Effectively apply the elements and principles of design and related theories throughout the interior design curriculum to three- dimensional design solutions.
ID 2710 Course Learning Outcome Rubric
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