Computer-Aided Design Technologies Degrees and Programs
The Computer-Aided Drafting and Design (CAD) Program is a two-year program leading to an Associate in Science Degree. This program provides the highest quality education, the training and the technical skills needed in the industry. The curriculum includes a balance of design and construction course-work with classes such as Architectural Design, Building Construction, Estimating, Surveying, and Project Management.
Seminole State offers the following CAD A.S. Degree:
Computer-Aided Design (CAD)
Additionally, Computer-Aided Design (CAD) using the latest technology is a major component of our program. The CAD training you receive, combined with the architectural design and building construction skills, provides a strong foundation leading to greater opportunities for employment. Using the current technologies available in the industry you will receive:
- Hands-on experience working in the field
- Training and information that meet the requirements of the industry
- Comprehensive preparation for your career
The future is bright for graduates with an Associate in Science Degree in the Computer-Aided Drafting and Design Program. Your degree will launch you into this exciting field with a variety of options available. Employment opportunities are found in architectural and engineering offices, construction companies, building supply companies, plant engineering and operations departments, and government agencies.
Seminole State's CAD certificate programs prepare students for employment as designers/drafters. Each program provides students a broad base of drafting/design instruction and its application in various design professions.
Seminole State offers the following CAD certificates: