Cuyamaca College’s CADD Technology and Surveying programs are designed to equip students with a specialized skill set for immediate employment, upgrade skills for professional advancement or enable students to transfer to a four-year college or university to further pursue their studies.
Students who complete the CADD Technology program will develop foundational skills in blueprint reading and architectural drafting, along with specialized skills in computer-aided design, including three-dimensional drafting. They will be able to create 3D modeling of objects, use the latest version of 2D/3D CADD and Solid Modeling software, and be prepared for various careers in the fast-growing CADD profession.
Students who complete the surveying program will learn the communication and computational skills required for boundary, construction, route, control surveying and more. Emphasis is place upon applications of electronic data collection and related software, including CADD.