Whether you’re just looking at our programs or are well under way to a certificate or degree, everyone could use some advising!
Given the restrictions many students are experiencing due to pandemic-related restrictions, we at the A&E CAD department decided to host online advising sessions to give students an opportunity to learn more about the programs and ask questions. We recorded these sessions and have posted them here for your benefit. If you haven’t had the time or opportunity to set up an appointment or never considered contacting an advisor, we highly recommend all students take advantage of the recorded advising sessions (most of which were held in preparation for the Spring 2021 semester) provided below or to reach out to your advisor to schedule a time to get all your questions answered.
Recorded Advising Sessions
Orientation to the A&E CAD Department
Doug Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org), program coordinator for Electronic CAD and the Department Chair, discusses the department’s offerings and students’ options.
What’s After DFTG 1405?
Ashleigh Congdon-Fuller (email@example.com), departmental coordinator for A&E CAD, discusses students’ options after taking the introductory CAD course.
Architectural Advising Session
Erlene Clark (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Theo Krause (email@example.com), program coordinators for Architecture and Architectural CAD (respectively), discuss the architecture programs with the A&E CAD department.
Civil CAD Advising Session
Jeffrey Muhammad (firstname.lastname@example.org), program coordinator for Civil CAD, covers the curriculum and courses that comprise the civil programs.
Electronic CAD Advising Session
Doug Smith (email@example.com), Department Chair and program coordinator for Electronic CAD, covers the curriculum and courses that comprise the electronics programs.
Mechanical CAD Advising Session
Kim Duren (firstname.lastname@example.org), program coordinator for Mechanical CAD, covers the curriculum and courses that comprise the mechanical programs.