Computer Aided-Design/Drafting: Curriculum

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Computer Aided-Design/Drafting: Curriculum

The principal objective of the Computer-Aided Design/Drafting (CADD) program is to provide you with sufficient skills and expertise to secure employment in computer-aided drafting, design and related fields. Upon completion of the program, you are expected to be able to communicate technical ideas through modeling and creation of technical drawings that fully describe a design idea; solve technical problems using computer-aided design techniques; prepare technical drawings; write technical reports that are clear, concise and accurate; and be highly skilled in the operation of the latest CADD software and hardware systems.

Get a description of each of Cal U's Computer-Aided Design/Drafting courses from our Course Catalog.   

Associate of Science in Computer Aided-Design/Drafting: 60 Credits