2019-2020 Catalog

Computer-Aided Design (DCDSD)

Award: Career certificate

Pathway to associate degree: Mechanical Design Technology (DRAS1)

Program location: Fort Omaha Campus

This career certificate enables students to enhance their job-relevant skills in the workplace using CAD software. They are able to apply CAD software in the design of cams, gears, mechanisms, and other machine components.

For more information about educational cost, median loan debt, and other important information related to this program, please visit our website at mccneb.edu/Academics/Programs-of-Study/Industrial-Technology/Mechanical-Design-Technology.aspx.

Requirements for Computer-Aided Design career certificate (27 credit hrs.)

DRAF 1100AutoCAD Fundamentals


Select two courses from the following:

DRAF 1200Design for Precision (Measurement)


DRAF 1400Manufacturing Process Design


DRAF 2200Machine Design Principles


DRAF 2400Tool Design Processes