Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD)

Program Overview

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Our program (see flowchart) is intended to help students acquire up-to-date knowledge and skills required of drafters and designers. To receive a one-year certificate, you must take 45 credit hours of computer aided design and drafting classes. Students typically begin the CADD certificate program during the fall term and follow classes in a sequential order as a cohort.

While in the program, students must:
  • Maintain a minimum "C" average letter grade in all required classes.
  • Achieve proficiency in modern CADD (computer aided drafting).
  • Achieve proficiency in computation, human relations, and communications related to the design drafting profession.