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Student Learning Outcomes

Discipline: Industrial Design Engineering
Course Name Course Number Objectives
Advanced CAD IDE 220
  • Student will be able to apply CAD surface modeling techniques to develop mold designs and prototypes .
  • Create a useful CAD model from one or more scanned sketches.
Advanced Media IDE 210
  • Students will be able to explain and justify design concepts and rationale.
  • Students will be able to evaluate design proposals in the context of design history.
  • Students will be able to graphically represent a product concept
  • Students will be able to create a unified, visually compelling portfolio of their work
Design Foundation - Visual Literacy IDE 110
  • Students will be able to use rapid visualization techniques to sketch multiple variations of proscribed designs within defined parameters.
  • Students will be able to sketch an existing product with material textures included.
  • Students will be able to analyze existing products through rendering.
  • Students will be able to use rapid visualization techniques to sketch multiple variations of proscribed designs within defined parameters.
  • Students will be able to sketch simple three dimensional forms in correct one and two-point perspective
  • Students will be able to construct a simple sketch model in foam core or similar appropriate material, using form development principles.
  • Students will be able to organize disparate elements in a useful or visually compelling way
Design Foundation II IDE 150
  • Students will be able to develop concept sketches and presentations.
  • Students will be able to explain design criteria for existing products.
  • Students will be able to use appropriate typography and color theory principles and tools effectively
  • Student will be able to develop and construct a sketch model to meet specific criteria at a specific dimensional scale
  • Students will be able to organize various elements in a useful and visually appealing way using the Gestalt principles of design
Engineering Design Technology Work Experience EDT 89
  • Employers of EDT Work Experience Students will rate the technical skills of their students as above average.
  • Employers of EDT Work Experience Students will rate the work habits of their students as above average.
  • Students will demonstrate competency using skills developed in the IDE, EDT or MFG programs by developing and completing a project according to industry partner and/ or faculty advisor
Intermediate CAD IDE 160
  • Students will be able to graphically represent technical designs, using accepted standard practices.
  • Students will be able to create 3D models and the necessary views for production.
  • Students will be able to develop drawings using parametric solid modeling technology.
Introduction to CAD IDE 120
  • Students will develop a portfolio of industry standard drawings in CAD.
  • Students will be able to evaluate software for effectiveness in drawing appropriate scales on drawings.
  • Students will be able to create CAD drawings and 3D models using given specifications.
  • Create an efficient sketch using correct origin placement, geometric relations, and symmetry.
  • Select correct primary view and create a fully dimensioned print according to drafting standards and best practices.
Introduction to Mechanical Principles IDE 230
  • Students will be able to evaluate off-the-shelf components and devices in terms of their mechanical purpose and match component and device specifications with design requirements.
  • Students will be able to integrate existing components and devices into mechanical design solutions.
  • Students will be able to design CAD based mechanical devices that demonstrate a common mechanical principle
Introduction to Prototyping IDE 170
  • Students will be able to construct proof of concept, presentation and prototype models from concept sketches and CAD models.
  • Students will be able to use rapid prototyping technologies to create models and molds from digital CAD files.
  • Students will be able to evaluate structural and aesthetic merits of design proposals and compare with other approaches to the same problem.
  • Students will be able to construct prototype models using common prototyping methods and technologies.
  • Students will be able to generate a tool path sufficient to cut out a part profile using a CNC router
Manufacturing Processes and Materials IDE 270
  • Students will be able to design parts or assemblies appropriate to a particular manufacturing process and associated material
  • students will be able to analyze and propose manufacturing approaches based on project aesthetic, structural, and manufacturing requirements.
  • Students will be able to propose prototyping scenarios to create visual study and/ or functional prototype models that closely represent the actual production and design intent.
  • Compare advantages and limitations of various manufacturing processes and materials.
  • Create a comprehensive portfolio of professional quality
Product Design and Viability IDE 250
  • Create cost benefit analyses of common vs. sustainable materials processes for product manufacturing.
  • Design or re-design a prototype for a product according to manufacturing constraints
  • Generate engineering prints and bill of materials (BOM) for the proposed product
  • Fabricate prototypes using most appropriate processes and materials effectively
  • Source the most appropriate and cost-effective purchased part to address a particular design goal.
Shop Processes IDE 130
  • Students will demonstrate fabrication skills.
  • Students will accurately produce specified 3D physical prototype objects using hand and power tools.
  • Students will translate CAD plans into hand-built physical parts.
  • 70% of students will pass all safety tests with 90% or greater