Middlesex Community College is offering Computer Aided Design and Integrated Manufacturing CAD/CAM/CIM (ETM 260) course for engineering students.
Middlesex Community College (MxCC) is arranging a Central Connecticut State University (CCSU) engineering course that will be conducted at the Middletown campus in the Fall 2019 semester commencing from August 27.
The course is titled as Computer Aided Design and Integrated Manufacturing CAD/CAM/CIM (ETM 260) and it is an introduction to solid modeling for design, drawing, assembly, mass property analysis and manufacturing operations on a CAD/CAM/CIM system. The focus is given on computer hardware utilization for designing products. No prerequisites are necessary since everybody can register for the course. It is best suited for the students in view of transfer to CCSU’s four-year engineering programs.
“This class hilights Siemens NX CAD software and is open to anyone having in interest in engineering. Even general students or people working in the industry can join the class.
The lecture and laboratory course is open to new and continuing MxCC students and CCSU students at part-time CCSU tuition rates. Full-time MxCC students will be able to enroll in this course without any extra fees.
Interested MxCC students and potential students should first register as a non-degree CCSU student prior to enlist in the course. These students will be able to submit CCSU course registration forms directly to CCSU until online registration at CCSU commences on July 15. Starting on July 15, non-degree students can sign up for the course online via CCSU’s website (https://ssb-prod.ec.ccsu.edu/PROD/byskcsob.P_TermSel).