Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing
Computer aided design is a significant technology in all areas of product development and manufacturing design. In today’s hi-tech environment, CADD is integrated with 3D parametric modeling, computer aided machining (CAM), and additive manufacturing to revolutionize the production process through rapid prototyping, rapid tooling, and rapid manufacturing. The CADD Manufacturing Track concentrates on critical computer aided drafting skills with an emphasis on modern manufacturing technologies.
Join a field with excellent job prospects.
Job placement (most people's reason for attending an institution of higher learning) is very high! Today's CADD graduates enjoy a certain feeling of confidence and security knowing that in the design field, the odds of obtaining employment are actually on their side for a change! Students graduating from the program can expect occupations as, for example, CADD operators, draftspersons, engineering designers, detailers, and technical illustrators.