Computerized Drafting and Design

Computerized Drafting and Design

Drafting is a major communication medium among designers and engineers. Drafters prepare drawings to communicate ideas and instructions for others to follow in the fabrication of products and projects. As a drafting professional, you will add value to the design and fabrication process and enhance the quality of an end project, part, or system.

Why GCC?

GCC's Computerized Drafting and Design program prepares you to work in a variety of entry-level positions in engineering, architecture, manufacturing, and in construction settings. The program and facilities at GCC provide an optimum learning experience as well as GCC's Computer-Assisted Drafting (CAD) software, explored in the new computer graphics laboratory.

The Computerized Drafting and Design Certificate program requires more than two semesters to complete because of the sequential prerequisites of courses. You may apply your courses toward an A.A.S. Degree in Computerized Drafting and Design.

Career Opportunities

After getting your GCC degree, some occupations you may consider are:

Please contact our Career Center for more information.

Transfer Opportunities

GCC has many transfer agreements with 4-year institutions like:

  • Alfred University
  • Fashion Institute of Technology
  • RIT
  • SUNY College at Buffalo

Please contact our Transfer Center for more information.