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Computer-aided design (CAD) tools are used with in architecture and engineering, as well as applications in areas such as interior design, facilities management, and construction/industry trades.
In the Computer-Aided Design and Drafting Specialist diploma program you will have the opportunity to learn drafting fundamentals, technical mathematics and communications and gain CAD proficiency.
You will learn the most common computer-aided design application (AutoCAD) for architecture, engineering, construction, civil infrastructure, and product design. You will also learn how to create a variety of designs and drawings and create a portfolio of samples that are both original creations and derived from paper sketches and drawings.
You will also participate in a practicum that will allow you to practice what you have learned in the classroom.
Career Opportunities for those trained in CADD:
Learn more about the Computer Aided Design and Drafting program here!