By enrolling in the Computer Aided Design certificate program, you learn to use CAD systems to create drawings and models reflecting standard professional practices. You will be introduced to technical and architectural modeling and imaging, visualization techniques, projection principles, and typical engineering and architectural drawing concepts. As you are guided through problem-solving activities and design projects, you gain skills in team work and developing creative solutions. When you complete this program, you can seek employment as a CAD technician, CAD operator, engineering assistant, or architectural assistant. You can apply all of these courses into the Computer Aided Design AAS degree.
By completing this certificate, you may apply for employment as:
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