CADD (Computer-Aided Drafting & Design)
Start your new career in as little as 12 short months!
The CADD program provides the time you need to become skilled in AutoCAD, which is the software used almost universally within architectural and engineering firms.
In the CADD program you will:
- Become a real "pro" using AutoCAD and REVIT, the predominant software used in the industry, to design and draw real Architectural and Engineering projects.
- Focus on a specialized program. Choosing a particular CADD class allows you to specialize in a field that excites you personally, as opposed to a generalized education that doesn't leave you prepared to enter a specific drafting and design career field.
- We offer (2) different Programs of study:
- Architectural and Civil Engineering – Learn Building Information Modeling to design and draw buildings and site plans in 3D
- Mechanical and Electronic Engineering – Learn to use CAD Software to create 2D and 3D drawings used to manufacture real products
- Receive Ongoing Placement assistance. Each PCI campus has full-time Graduate Employment Specialists dedicated to helping all of our graduates find that job that is just right for them.
To learn more about the CADD program request more information from our Career Program Specialists.
Classes are offered mornings, afternoons, and evenings
- Morning classes meet Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. for 12 months, and
consist of 60 credit hours (1200 actual hours) of instruction.
- Afternoon and Evening classes meet Monday through Wednesday from 12:50 p.m. to 5:35 p.m. or
6:00 p.m. to 10:45 p.m. for 18 months and consist of 48 credit hours (960 actual hours) of instruction.
The Computer-Aided Drafting & Design Program is offered at the following campuses:
Available at these Campuses
Classes are forming soon!