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BA Computer-Aided Design

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  • Objectives
    This exciting course covers the use of computer-aided design (CAD) for products and spaces, encouraging you to develop and present innovative ideas. It introduces you to design thinking and computer-aided visualisation to create virtual designs using solids, surface properties and lighting models. The course is based largely upon the PC platform, and you are introduced to industry-standard CAD software.
  • Entry requirements
    You will normally have at least 100 points from two A-levels (preferably including design or technology), or a BTEC National Diploma with at least three merit passes in the final year. GCSE English and Mathematics at grade C or above (or equivalent) are also required. These requirements may be varied in individual cases.
  • Academic Title
    BA Computer-Aided Design
  • Course description
    Course structure

    Joint Honours involves four modules at each level in Computer-Aided Design, plus four from your other subject.

    Level 1

        * Introduction to CAD with 3D Studio
        * Introduction to CAD with AutoCAD
        * Visual Communication Images

    Level 2

        * CAD for the Built Environment
        * CAD Solid Modelling
        * New Technology for Manufacture

    Level 3

        * Practice of Management
        * Advanced Computer Modelling Techniques
        * CAD Project
        * Digital Moving Image

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