Earn an Associate Degree in Computer Aided Drafting
Are you interested in art, design and technology and how they intersect to make many of the things we use every day? Take your curiosity about architectural and structural drawing, construction planning or project design and start your career with a computer aided drafting associate degree from Aims. Computer aided drafting (CAD) uses technology to draft drawings used to create everything from buildings to products to roads.
The Aims CAD degree program offers a hands-on and high-tech learning experience. Start by studying blueprint reading and learning the basics of CAD drafting techniques. Next, you’ll choose a specific pathway, including architecture, construction or mechanical engineering. Gain practice in the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment at the Aims Applied Technology and Trades Center on the Greeley campus. Learn the aspects of drafting projects that extend beyond the computer and get hands-on experience using top-of-the-line surveying and CNC equipment, 3D printers and laser cutters.
If you’re interested in using technology to help solve problems related to designing things in the fields of engineering, architecture or manufacturing, earn your CAD associate degree at Aims and start your career.