Engineering Graphics and Descriptive Geometry - 2
Orthographic projection, auxiliary views, sectioning, threads and fasteners, dimensioning, tolerance, and working drawing. Descriptive geometry used to obtain points, lines, planes, intersections, developments and spatial relationships. Instrument and computer aided drafting systems used as aid to visualization and design. Prerequisites: INDR B10,INDR B11 and MATH B1b or higher with a grade of C or better. Recommended: Reading - 1 level prior to transfer. Hours: 18 lect, 54 lab. Offered: S. CCS: Liberal Arts & Sciences. Transferable: UC, CSU and private colleges.