Computer Aided Drafting

(CAD) Microcredential

9-12-Credit Credential

Admissions: 1-800-724-0833
ext. 5018 or 5022


Program Description

The AutoCAD Credential prepares successful completers for entry-level positions in a wide variety of industries that employ those with these skills. These industries include both advanced manufacturing as well as green technology. This credential consists of four courses which include Blueprint Reading, AutoCAD, Solid Modeling I and CAD Internship.


Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the CAD Microcredential, students will have achieved the following learning outcomes:

  • Understand how to read a blueprint and inspect a part to a blueprint
  • Create basic geometry using the 2D draw and modify commands
  • Demonstrate how to apply drafting fundamentals and dimensioning rules to blueprint layouts
  • Demonstrate professional and technical skills in an office environment

Employment Potential

This Microcredential prepares students to be ready to enter the workforce as an entry level CAD designer.






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