Computer-Aided Design for Architecture and Engineering

Computer-Aided Design (CAD) is the use of specialized computer hardware and software to generate drawings used in the architectural, civil, engineering, and mechanical and other disciplines.

Virtually everything that is constructed or built today is first designed on a CAD system. Students have found employment at many government agencies and private corporations and have experienced career advancement in the management, design or IT fields.


Programs

Associate of Applied Science
Certificate