Engr 103 - DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY - 3 Units
Engineering 103 presents a study of a valuable engineering tool which facilitates the solution of engineering problems graphically. A study of lines and planes in space. The representation of surfaces, solids, interferences, and intersections. Excellent training in visualization and interpretation of engineering drawings. Lecture 2 hours, laboratory 4 hours.
- Prerequisite: Architecture 101 or Engineering 101 or equivalent.
- This course may not be taken for credit by students who have completed
- Transfer credit: CSU, UC, USC
- This class is offered in the afternoons during the Fall and Spring Semesters.
- Class is scheduled at the same time/place as Arch 103.
- Class content consists of drawing assignments, performance tests, and
one final performance test.
- The student may choose to complete the assignments using traditional drafting methods or the AutoCAD design program. AutoCAD is a drafting program that is used to create two and three-dimensional drawings.