People who are interested in careers using skills and knowledge taught in a CAD program may want to pursue an education that focuses on the technical, hands-on nature of design. A CAD program of study may help students develop skills and knowledge that they can use to help solve drafting and basic design-related problems.
Drafters, designers, architects and many other professions use a CAD program to help turn ideas and plans into graphic designs. These designs are then used to make and engineer products or create structures. Whether it is for consumer products, engineering products, or building structures, computer programs can help drafters and designers turn ideas, sketches and specifications into working plans.
Some ITT Technical Institutes, leading providers of technology education in the United States, offer the Computer Drafting and Design program in the School of Drafting and Design.
*Not every institute has every school of study or offers all of the programs within a particular school of study. Please refer to the specific ITT Technical Institute catalog for details on the schools of study and programs of study offered at that institute.
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Computer Drafting and Design
Associate of Applied Science