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Computer Aided Design I, II, III
Certificates

Computer Aided Design I (CAD I) Certificate

19 SEMESTER HOURS
Students are introduced to basic entry-level computer aided design. Topics include 2D engineering drawings and parametric 3D modeling. Students must be a high school graduate or possess a GED, and take the college's placement test or meet the college's SAT or ACT requirements.

Computer Aided Design II (CAD II) Certificate

17 SEMESTER HOURS
This certificate is for students desiring advanced computer aided design skills to generate drawings. Topics include piping layouts, P&ID, process pipedrafting, parametric 3D modeling, surveying and 3D residential design.  Students must be a high school graduate or possess a GED, and take the college's placement test or meet the college's SAT or ACT requirements. Completion of the Computer Aided Design I Certificate - or a determination of your experience and capabilities by an advisor - is also required for admission into this program.

Computer Aided Design III (CAD III) Certificate

16 SEMESTER HOURS
This certificate is for students desiring advanced 2D and 3D modeling computer aided design skills to generate drawings. Topics include process pipe drafting, 2D commercial building design, 3D plant layout, electronic schematics and 3D commercial building design. Students must be a high school graduate or possess a GED, and take the college's placement test or meet the college's SAT or ACT requirements. Completion of the Computer Aided Design I certificate - or a determination of your experience and capabilities by an advisor - is also required for admission into this program.

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