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  • Computer Aided Drafting Advisory Committee

    Program Update

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    I. Program Update

    A. Program data

    1. Enrollment

    2. Graduates

    3. Demographics

    4. Program Costs

    B. Student success

    1. Course retention

    2. Certifications/Licensure

    C. Program/Course/Class Outcomes

    1. Program Outcomes

    a) Do the Program Outcomes identify what the program needs to

    teach?

    2. Course Outcomes

    a) Do the Course Outcomes identify what the course needs to teach?

    3. Class Outcomes

    a) Do the Class Outcomes identify what each class needs to teach?

    4. Results from last assessment activity

    a) Heres how we did, share the last semester/year assessment report

    D. Other:

    1. Current class offerings

    2. Upcoming faculty needs

    3. Faculty development

  • 4. Articulation activities

    5. Emerging technology/trends in the industry

    6. Employment trends

    7. Student Recruitment activities

    8. Equipment/Software needs

    II. New Business

    A. Curriculum revision

    1. Should we change the program name?

    a) Examples:

    a. Computer Aided Design

    b. Engineering Design Technology

    2. Should we merge with the Computer Graphic Design (CGD) program?

    a) Example:

    a. Program Name = Computer Graphics

    b. Three tracks:

    i. Computer Aided Design or Engineering Design

    Technology

    ii. Computer Graphic Design

    iii. Graphic Design Technology (half CAD and half CGD)

    3. Should we add classes that both CAD & CGD can require?

    a) Examples:

    a. 3ds Max Design

    b. Mudbox

    c. Sketchbook Pro

  • Program Data

    Enrollment

    Enrollment is down for CAD across all classes.

    Computer Aided Drafting II has five students.

    Program Data

    Graduates

    Graduates

    Program Degree FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11

    Computer-Aided Drafting (DRFT.AAS.C42)

    Associate in Applied Science (AAS)

    3 2 3 6 4 3 6

    Technical Drafting (DRFT.MCRT.C96A)

    Mini-Certificate (MCRT)

    3 5 1 5 4 0 0

    Mechanical Drafting (DRFT.MCRT.C96B)

    Mini-Certificate (MCRT)

    4 3 1 5 4 0 0

    Architectural Drafting (DRFT.MCRT.C96C)

    Mini-Certificate (MCRT)

    5 3 1 5 4 0 0

    Civil Drafting (DRFT.MCRT.C96D)

    Mini-Certificate (MCRT)

    4 3 0 4 0 0 0

    Computer-Aided Drafting (DRFT.CERT.C96E)

    Occupational Cert-31cr Or More (CRT20)

    0 0 0 0 1 0 0

  • Program Data

    Demographics

    The vast majority of the CAD students are non-traditional students. Most the students are of 30-56

    years of age.

    The current Computer Aided Drafting II (Year One Students) includes:

    Student #1 20 Yrs old, Male, Computer Graphics Design student

    Student #2 20 Yrs old, Male, CAD student

    Student #3, 30 Yrs old, Male, CAD student

    Student #4, 40 Yrs old, Female, CAD student

    Student #5, 50 Yrs old, Male, Undeclared (Oral Surgeon)

    The current Technical Illustration (Year Two Students) includes:

    Student #1 21 Yrs old, Male, CAD student

    Student #2 21 Yrs old, Male, CAD student

    Student #3 27 Yrs old, Male, CAD student

    Student #4 30 Yrs old, Male, CAD student

    Student #5 40 Yrs old, Male, CAD student

    Student #6 54 Yrs old, Male, CAD student

  • Program Data

    Program Costs

    COMPUTER-AIDED DRAFTING Associate in Applied Science Degree: DRFT.AAS.C42 Minimum credit hours required for completion: 66 Tuition and fees - $113.00 per credit hour 113.00 $7,458.00 Lab fees:

    BSNS 1603 Business Communications 10.00 COSC 1513 Intro to Information Processing 25.00 DRFT 2114 AutoCAD I 30.00 DRFT 2124 AutoCAD II 30.00 DRFT 2134 AutoCAD III 30.00 DRFT 2164 Mechanical Drafting with Inventor 30.00 DRFT 2414 Architectural Drafting with Revit 30.00 DSGN 1113 Digital Photography 10.00 DSGN 1123 Introduction to Web Design 10.00 ENGL 1413 Fundamentals of Writing 5.00 MCHN 1214 Machine Tool I 50.00 PSCI 1514 Introduction to Physical Science 25.00

    285.00 $285.00 Books:

    BSNS 1603 Business Communications 222.65 CNST 1413 Intro. to Building Construction 119.20 CNST 1444 Surveying with Civil Applications 74.60 COSC 1341 PowerPoint 62.00 COSC 1513 Intro to Information Processing 169.35 DRFT 2114 AutoCAD I 74.65 DRFT 2164 Mechanical Drafting with Inventor 45.35 DRFT 2414 Architectural Drafting with Revit 135.35 DSGN 1113 Digital Photography 92.75 DSGN 1123 Introduction to Web Design 91.65 DSGN 1213 Photoshop Digital Imaging 49.00 ELTR 1402 Industrial Safety 87.00 ENGL 1413 Fundamentals of Writing 78.15 MATH 1123 Technical Mathematics II 182.00 MCHN 1214 Machine Tool I 158.20 MCHN 1311 Precision Measurement 42.65 PSCI 1514 Introduction to Physical Science 293.00 SOCY 2513 Sociology 127.35

    2104.90 $2,104.90 TOTAL $9,847.90 This program requires six hours of electives. The total price does not include all costs associated with the electives. All prices are subject to change. Please visit Hammes Bookstore on KCCs website for the most up-to-date textbook prices. www.kcc.edu

    http://www.kcc.edu/

  • Program Update

    Student Success

    Course Retention

    The State of Illinois is changing the method of how community colleges will be paid. In the past the

    measure of payment was determined by the student enrollment on the tenth day enrollment and the

    number of credit hours generated on the tenth day of enrollment.

    The State of Illinois will now move to a measure of payment based on the number students who

    successfully complete a class and the number of students who complete a degree or certificate.

    Student Success

    Certifications/Licensure

    The Industrial Safety class will now start issuing certifications in the following areas upon completion of

    the class:

    10 hour OSHA training

    CPR by the Red Cross

    First Aid by the Red Cross.

    In DRFT2124 CAD II, students are given extra credit (12.5%) if they pass the AutoCAD 2012 Associate

    and/or Professional Certification Exam. However, no students have ever taken the exams, mainly due

    to costs.

    Autodesk Certified User Program for Entry Level Job Skills

    Career and technical education programs across the United States equip students with marketable 2D

    and 3D design skills by teaching them to use state-of-the-art Autodesk design software. Autodesk

    Certified User certification confirms students have the skills necessary to continue their design

    careerswhether they attend college, enter the workforce or work toward additional levels of industry

    certification after graduation.

    AutoCAD Certified User, Revit Certified User and Autodesk Inventor Certified User certifications

    include both academic and industry requirements in attainable certifications designed for job entry level

    skills in both students and professionals. The exams combine multiple-choice and performance-based

    simulation questions to ensure students understand and can effectively use Autodesk software.

  • Summary of Certification Exam Information 2012 Certification Exams Exam

    # of items Time allowed Passing score

    AutoCAD 2012 Associate

    30 60 min 72%

    AutoCAD 2012 Professional

    20 90 min 76%

    AutoCAD Civil 3D 2012 Associate

    30 60 min 80%

    AutoCAD Civil 3D 2012 Professional

    20 90 min 80%

    Autodesk Inventor 2012 Associate

    30 60 min 72%

    Autodesk Inventor 2012 Professional

    20 90 min 75%

    Revit Architecture 2012 Associate

    30 60 min 80%

    Revit Architecture 2012 Professional

    20 90 min 80%

    3ds Max 2012 Associate

    30 60 min 70%

    3ds Max 2012 Professional Models to Motion

    20 90 min 70%

    3ds Max 2012 Professional Surface and Look Development

    20 90 min 70%

    Maya 2012 Associate 30 60 min 70% Maya 2012 Professional Models to Motion

    20 90 min 70%

    Maya 2012 Professional Visual Effects and Simulation

    20 90 min 70%

  • Program/Course/Class Outcomes

    Program Outcomes

    Do the Program Outcomes identify what the program needs to teach?

    KANKAKEE COMMUNITY COLLEGE ASSESSMENT PLAN FY 2009-2013

    COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING PROGRAM

    Program Outcomes

    YEAR 1 2009

    YEAR 2 2010

    YEAR 3 2011

    YEAR 4 2012

    YEAR 5 2013

    1. Produce design documentation (multiview drawings and section views) to industry standards using Computer-Aided Drafting (CAD software).

    Assess DRFT2114 DRFT2124

    2. Accurately dimension a drawing using feature and location dimensions according to drafting industry standards.

    Assess DRFT1154 DRFT2114 DRFT2124

    3. Demonstrate knowledge of drafting conventions including: symbols, linetypes, lineweights, and dimension styles as applicable to mechanical and architectural drafting.

    Assess DRFT1154 DRFT2114 DRFT2124

    4. Model architectural and mechanical design concepts in 3D using the latest solid modeling software.

    Assess DRFT2134

    5. Develop realistic static and animated visualizations of designs using backgrounds, material assignments, lighting and shading.

    Assess DRFT2134

    6. Create exploded pictorial drawings, assembly drawings, and material component lists.

    Assess DRFT2164

    7. Develop complete architectural plans using common architectural standard graphic p