• Computer-Aided Drafting and Design

    Develop the blueprint for your future. As a Computer-Aided Drafting and Design professional you will use specialized software to create blueprints, plans, or schematics showing how a structure should be created. Use your skills in aeronautics, civil engineering, architecture, process pipelines, mechanics, or electronics fields.

    High-tech industries are continually creating new career opportunities in exciting, highly-specialized fi elds. A degree in Computer-Aided Drafting and Design (CADD) can provide you with both an educational foundation in CADD and insight into current industry practices. Get hands-on training and learn the skills a designer, CADD operator, architect, or engineer needs for a successful career.

    Drafters have an average salary of $57,400 with 15% growth.  (Data obtained from JobsEQ (Collin County), O*NET, and Workforce Solutions of North Central Texas Note: Job growth projected from 2019-2025 Note: The earning potential for employees with certifi cations and associate of applied science degrees may exceed the average salary.)