Plot out the career you've always wanted, with the CAD training you need.

Everything we use in our day-to-day lives starts out in the same way -- as a drawing or model. Computer aided design (CAD) is used in virtually every industry, so if you have the skills to create 2D drawings and 3D models, you’ll have an incredible amount of career opportunities available to you.

Our computer aided design associate’s degree program can help you prepare for a career in this exciting field. The curriculum for this program was created with input from employers and industry professionals who want to make sure you learn all of the most important skills you’ll need on the job.

You’ll also have the chance to learn from experienced CAD designers, who will help you learn about everything from descriptive geometry to using precision measuring tools. With small class sizes, you’ll be able to get one-on-one attention from your teachers as you gain practical, hands-on experience.

As a graduate of this program, you’ll have the training and education you need to be able to start working in a wide variety of entry-level CAD technician positions.

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Associate of Applied Science - Computer Aided Design

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Featured Alumni

Baker College gave me the tools that prepared me for a job like this, making sure that we were learning the correct stuff. Talking with LaserMech or other companies and finding out what they’re looking for and then applying that to the classroom.

- Marcus Hosmer, Field Service Technician AAS Photonics and Laser Technology
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