Computer-Aided Design Technologies
The Computer-Aided Design Technologies Program at Seminole State College prepares students for employment as a graphic designer or draftsman and is designed to give students a broad base of drafting instruction and its application into various design.
As highly trained members of a production team, students plan and control the details of the building construction process. Student responsibilities will vary according to the industry and type of work performed.
The Computer-Aided Design Technologies Program gives students the tools they need to build a successful career in this exciting field. Seminole State offers a diverse educational foundation that includes both academic courses and the practical application of engineering design principles. This integrated learning approach prepares students with the skills necessary to achieve success in this field. Program graduates can begin a career immediately or continue their education at a four-year college or university.
By choosing to study in Seminole State's Computer-Aided Design Technologies Program, students can:
- Learn from qualified, professional instructors, including general contractors, builders and architects.
- Study in Seminole State's new state-of-the-art facility, utilizing the latest computer technology.
- Work while they study with our Cooperative Education Program.