Feb 20, 2024  

Computer-Aided Technology - Computer-Aided Design, Certificate

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Computer-aided design (CAD) is the tool designers, engineers, architects and other skilled workers use to create 3D models and 2D construction and manufacturing drawings.

CAD technicians are in high demand in a number of different industries. And, you could be, too, with a certificate of mastery in computer-aided design from Oklahoma City Community College. Architectural firms, engineering firms, manufacturers, construction companies, municipalities and government agencies are all relying on skilled CAD technicians to keep up with the constant changes in technology. You could design planes, automobiles or buildings with a computer-aided design certificate from OCCC. This is a fast-track program if you’re looking to take just the core courses in computer-aided design or if you’re a professional who would like to enhance your skills.

Program Notes

Notes: A Certificate of Mastery program is designed to meet the needs of an individual who wants to enter the job market following the completion of the certificate.

Minimum of 19 Credit Hours

*16-week course offered during two 8-week terms

^Take CAT 2540  (8-week course) in Term 3 and again in Term 4 with a different project emphasis OR take CAT 2540 0 in Term 3 AND CAT 2703  (16-week course) over Terms 3-4

Course Grouping

Major Courses

(19 credit hours)
Computer-Aided Technology

General Education Courses


Life Skills Courses


Support Courses



Faculty Approved Electives (3 hrs) must have an ART, CAT, CS, ENGR or DMD prefix

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

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