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ENTA11010 - CourseProfile '06 - DOCTR INA P ERP ET...

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© Copyright Central Queensland University (CQU) Copyright material contained herein is either copied and/or communicated with the express permission of the Copyright Owner or under the provision of the Copyright Act 1968 . CQU authorises the copying and/or communication to public access of this document provided that copyright material, other than that created by the author/s, or for which permission has been obtained, is restricted to CQU staff and students through a password protected Appendix. CQU CRICOS Codes: 00219C - Qld; 01315F - NSW; 01624D - Vic Course Profile P E R PE T U A D O C T R I N A *100399* ENTA11010 2006 TERM 2, 2006 Engineering Graphics
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PART A Course details Course code ENTA11010 Course name Engineering Graphics Faculty Faculty of Sciences, Engineering & Health Level First Level Units of credit Six (6) Prerequisite/Corequisite Condition: Program = CQ67 or CQ68 or CU28 or CK20 Suggested study commitment 12 hours per week or 144 hours per term Term of offering Term 2, 2006 Course website http://mycqu.cqu.edu.au/ Campuses Flexible Learning, Rockhampton You must contact your faculty for their latest Guide for Students This Course Profile contains important information. Please ensure that you read it carefully. It is also strongly recommended that you keep this copy of your Course Profile for future reference. Throughout this document the term off-campus student means: those students who are enrolled in the course by the Flexible, Distance or External mode. This definition also relates to those students enrolled through Hong Kong College of Technology, Hartford Institute (Singapore) or LaSalle-DHU (Shanghai). Students who are enrolled by the flexible mode and who attend lectures on any of the Queensland campuses are still referred to as off-campus students. Throughout this document the term on-campus student means: those students who are enrolled in the course by the internal mode at any of the Queensland campuses or any of the Australian International campuses. CQU Course Profile for ENTA11010 Term 2, 2006 2
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Course synopsis This course develops in students the ability to use manual drafting and CAD techniques to produce basic engineering drawings. - COMPUTER LITERACY IS A PREREQUISITE OF ENROLLING IN THIS COURSE. Learning outcomes On successful completion of this course, you should have: the visualisation skills required for the interpretation and production of engineering drawings freehand sketching skills an understanding of the drawing conventions used for engineering drawings a proficiency in the efficient production of simple CAD drawings. For each topic in this course, there are associated learning outcomes. As you work through each topic in the Study Guide, you are expected to achieve each learning outcome. No. Topic Learning outcomes 1 Visualisation 1. Understand the basic principles used to draw pictorial and multiview drawings.
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