The CAD program is dedicated to produce work ready, entry level design technicians in the areas of civil drafting and surveying.

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Jeffrey Edmondson

jeffrey.edmondson@templejc.edu
254-298-8442

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The Computer-Aided Design (CAD) program is designed to give students entry-level design skills in five areas. These are manufacturing, electronics, architecture, civil engineering, and geographic information systems.

Drawings are produced using sketching techniques and/or CAD software. Applications software used in this program includes AutoDesk® products, Arc GIS®, and Microsoft Office.

The Computer-Aided Design Certificate is designed to train experienced and aspiring professionals in various engineering fields to use CAD® software to produce designs, drawings, illustrations, and presentations.

Employment Facts & Trends

2015 Salary

Median entry level salaries for Drafters in Texas are $56,000

Trends

Overall industry employment is expected to increase by 10% through 2024

Degrees & Certificates

Computer-Aided Design

The Computer-Aided Design (CAD) program is designed to give students entry-level design skills in five areas. These are manufacturing, electronics, architecture, civil engineering, and geographic information systems.

Drawings are produced using sketching techniques and/or CAD software. Applications software used in this program includes ArcView GIS®, AutoDesk® and Microsoft Office.

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Computer-Aided Design

The Computer-Aided Design Certificate is designed to train experienced and aspiring professionals in various engineering fields to use CAD® software to produce designs, drawings, illustrations, and presentations.

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Spring 2016

Locating Original Corners