PREPARES YOU FOR:
Careers in computer-aided design, including drawing in both two-dimensional and threedimensional realms, designing new products, creating models, and more.
Make designs and 3D models that help people visualize and manufacture products we use every day. Through DMACC’s computer-aided design (CAD) technology program, you’ll learn how to use a variety of software packages, create prototypes, practice reverse engineering, perform geometric dimensioning, and more. Choose from a one-year diploma or a two-year Associate of Applied Science degree and start your career in design and drafting — where you’ll learn to turn innovative ideas into real solutions.