Computer Aided Drafting and Design
The Computer Aided Drafting and Design program is a direct result of the College's commitment to the needs of the developing CADD technology in the region. The program is designed to create a skilled and knowledgeable workforce for the drafting and design industry, either by upgrading the skills of current employees or increasing the number of skilled potential workers. The needs of industries are diverse, so the program must teach the students to adapt their entry level skills to the workplace. Adhering to industry standards also ensures a versatile and well-trained technician.
The Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CADD) program will provide the student with full professional level CAD drawing and print management techniques. The program includes opportunities for experiential learning in a work setting as an intern for a local employer. Students will be required to complete two courses in math proficiency to include College Algebra and Trigonometry. Writing skills will also be a required program component. For the technical application pieces, the students will develop skills in the areas of AutoCAD, other appropriate software, and drafting proficiencies.
To see a list of the various software packages currently being used, click here.
To see samples of student work, click here.
For more information contact B. J. Kosulavage at (732) 224-2791 or firstname.lastname@example.org