The CADD (Computer-Aided Design & Drafting) Technology Program provides students with the skills to plan, prepare and interpret drafting documents.
Why Study CADD at CSN?
Students will develop these skills through hands-on experience producing construction and fabrication drawings at CADD workstations. Instruction also includes office standards, ethics, and production techniques. While this training permits drafters to easily and quickly prepare variations in design and technical drawings.
Graduates can begin careers as entry-level CADD technicians in fields such as aeronautics, civil engineering, and architecture.
This program provides students with the skills to plan, prepare, interpret technical drafting documents, and create additive manufacturing prototype models. Students develop these skills through computer-aided design and drafting (CADD) workstations and 3D printers. Instruction also includes office standards, ethics, equipment maintenance, and production techniques.