Computer-aided design (CAD) is the tool designers, engineers, architects and other skilled workers use to create 3D models and 2D construction and manufacturing drawings. CAD technicians are in high demand in a number of different industries. And, you could be, too, with an associate degree in computer-aided design from Oklahoma City Community College. Architectural firms, engineering firms, manufacturers, construction companies, municipalities and government agencies are all relying on skilled CAD technicians to keep up with the constant changes in technology. You could design planes, automobiles or buildings with a computer-aided design degree from OCCC.
Interested in learning more about this program?
To view program frequency, tuition range, class offerings, and more, select the button below.