A CADD minor can only enhance your employability for many career paths. Completing the courses required for a CADD minor will enable you to use the newest technologies to draw two-and-three-dimensional engineering design models. In addition, you will learn engineering design and drafting technology concepts and be able to apply them in different projects. You can also explore to find out whether you might consider pursuing a four-year degree in Design & Drafting Technology to enhance your employment options. To see the CADD Minor requirements, click here.
The student to faculty ratio at UCM is 20 to 1, which allows professors to get to know students and provide personalized attention. In addition, students learn from highly knowledgeable and experienced full-time faculty members, who also provide individualized program advisement and guide students to the right path.
There are two student organizations involved in the CADD program:
American Institute of Building Design (AIBD)
Design and Drafting Student Association (DDSA)
All CADD students are encouraged to join AIBD and/or DDSA to get involved in fun and rewarding activities. Student organizations offer leadership opportunities, learning experiences, and environments to network with fellow students, faculty, and industry professionals. In fact, our AIBD student organization has been recognized as the Student Chapter of The Year for the past two consecutive years.
For more information about the Design & Drafting Technology Minor, please contact our Design & Drafting Program Coordinator.
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