What is Computer Aided Engineering and Design?
Computer-Aided Drafting and/or Design (CAD or CADD) technicians use special computer software programs to create drawings and sketches. They may draw objects ranging from simple parts to complex building designs, or even minute electronics components. The term "CAD drafter" or "CAD designer" may also be used to describe a CAD technician.
Why Choose IVCC's CAD Program?
At IVCC we use state of the art computers and the most current software. Both 2D CAD and Solid modeling software are taught,
We also have two 3D printers. Students wishing to earn the 2 year associate degree also participate in IVCC's
award winning program MIMIC (Making Industry Meaningful In College).
What Does IVCC Offer in Computer Aided Engineering and Design?
IVCC offers an Associate in Applied Science degree (2 years) and a Certificate (1 year). Please see the course catalog on the
IVCC website, www.ivcc.edu for more information.
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For CAD Program information, contact
Dorene Data at (815) 224-0221 or Dorene_Data@ivcc.edu