Campus: Larimer Campus and Westminster Campus
Computer Aided Drafting and Design - Associate of Applied Science Degree
This program provides advanced CAD skills to the student seeking a career within computer-aided drafting and design. The student will complete 2D and 3D projects using the most current releases of the CAD software. Upon completion of this AAS degree, the student is prepared to enter the workforce as a CAD technician.
This program will meet unique computer-aided drafting and design, CAD illustration, and graphics needs. With the growth of employment needs in small- to mid-sized companies, employers are increasingly seeking employees with advanced and specialized computer-aided drafting skills.
Coursework is offered on an open-entry basis: students may complete some of the courses, enter the workforce, and then return to complete the program or upgrade a specific skill. Some certificates and courses may not be offered every semester or at every campus. Please work with a Program Advisor in selection of your courses. Please contact Claudia Romero, 970-204-8632 at the Larimer Campus or Lisa Compton, 303-404-5612, at the Westminster Campus.
All courses applied to the degree must be completed with a grade of “C” or better.
Choose one of the following drawing courses:
|AEC 101||Basic Architectural Drafting||
|EGT 101||Technical Drafting I||
|EGT 143||Civil/Survey Drafting I||
|HLT 130||Landscape Design I||
|Total Credit Hours:||36
Drafting and CAD Elective Courses:
Students are strongly advised to work with a CAD program advisor in order to select at least 9 credits from among the following courses: (Those appropriate in the student's occupational interests). Not all courses are offered at every campus.
Total Credit Hours: 60
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