2015-2016 Catalog

Computer-Aided Drafting (DCASD)

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 use 2-D and a variety of 3-D CAD solids modeling software to complete the drafting details and assemblies.

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

DRAF 1100AutoCAD Fundamentals


Select two courses from the following:

DRAF 1300Inventor Fundamentals


DRAF 2100SolidWorks Fundamentals


DRAF 2300Creo (Pro/E) Fundamentals