DRF - Computer Aided Design and Drafting Outcomes

Less than One-Year Certificate: Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CAD)

At the conclusion of the Certification program, the student will be able to:

  • Use current Computer Aided Design technology to design, and subsequently print, two-dimensional industry standard drawings.
  • Use a variety of advanced parametric Computer Aided Design software applications to design, and subsequently print, three-dimensional parts, assemblies, and sub-assemblies.
  • Use American National Standards Institute guidelines when designing and producing drawings.
  • Work as an integrated member of a drafting technology design team, collaborating on concepts and ideas related to a working project.
  • Apply a generalized understanding of design principles involving trigonometry and geometry when solving drafting design problems.

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